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11
Jun
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A 40-year-old woman with severe itch and crusted rashes resistant to steroid, cyclosporine

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Case 2 Presentation

A 40-year-old woman presented to Tangs Clinical Centre in August 2004 due to persistent itching and oozing erosions on her hands and legs.(Fig.1-A) The rash had occurred 1.5 years earlier, developing later into the weeping and crusting of lesions on her legs. She was administered prednisolone 5mg, hydroxyzine 10mg and betamethasone and fluocinolone cream from September 2003 to March 2004, but the lesions were resistant to response. She was then treated with cyclosporin 100mg, cephalexin 250mg and 0.1% betamethasone & 3% clioquinol cream in April, without success. The eczematous lesions then spread to her arms and fingers.

 

 

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11
Jun
0

Diabetic Proteinuria Testimony from Mr Tan, Singapore

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Testimony

proteinuriaI am 38 years old, and I started health screen annually since 4 years ago, keeping my blood test and urine test reports for my own reference. In February 2009, I went to my family doctor to collect the blood test report, and happened to a few items in the Quest report marked with star and highlighted in bold: Glucose 131 mg/dL (Normal Range:70-108), Urine Alb/Cre Ratio 12.9 mg/mmol (Normal Range <3.50), urine chemistry protein Trace (Normal Range: Negative).

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Jun
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A 14-year-old girl with multiple, firm, dome-shaped eroded nodules and itching on the limbs

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Case 1 Presentation

A 14-year-old girl presented at Tangs Clinical Centre in 2004 because multiple, firm, dome-shaped nodules -several millimeters to 1 centimeter- developed on her arms and legs. Persistent itching and scratching had occurred over 4 years. The affected areas were eroded, excoriated and some even ulcerated as the patient frequently dug into them with her fingernails (Fig.1).

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