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“…Indeed, expression of E-selectin had been observed on epithelial cells histologically in patients with documented acute GVHD. [23][24][25] Unlike other histological reports, sICAM-1 levels in severe acute GVHD patients were significantly higher on days 30 and 60. sICAM-1 is thought to be shed as a result of activation of endothelial cells and immunocytes. 6,26 A significant increase in sE-selectin was observed in patients with extensive chronic GVHD.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 55%
“…Indeed, expression of E-selectin had been observed on epithelial cells histologically in patients with documented acute GVHD. [23][24][25] Unlike other histological reports, sICAM-1 levels in severe acute GVHD patients were significantly higher on days 30 and 60. sICAM-1 is thought to be shed as a result of activation of endothelial cells and immunocytes. 6,26 A significant increase in sE-selectin was observed in patients with extensive chronic GVHD.…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 55%
“…Six patients were scored as a "good" or "moderate" response, one was scored as a "mild" response, and three were scored as a "no" response. 4 Complete response A complete resolution of the oral GVHD…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Keratinocytes are small, flattened and loaded with melanin. In the dermis there is a perivascular infiltrate [4]. Although some authors see the histological evaluation as an obligatory term for diagnosis of gastrointestinal GVHD [33], the diagnosis of cutaneous chronic GVHD can usually be based on the clinical examination of lichenoid or sclerodermatous lesions in a HSCT recipient [4].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…6 Lichenoid lesions usually affect the periorbital region, the ears, palms and soles. These lesions sometimes affect the external genitalia; female patients may present with vaginal stenosis.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%