2008
DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0536.2008.01346.x
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Hand eczema: causes, course, and prognosis II

Abstract: Objective-To determine the clinical course of diabetes mellitus in tropical Africa. Design-Continuing care and follow up until 31 March 1989 of all newly diagnosed diabetic patients registered at one hospital between 1 June 1981 and 31 May 1987. Setting-Muhimbili Medical Centre, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Subjects-1250 Newly diagnosed diabetic patients seen over a six year period. 272 (21-8%) Had diabetes requiring insulin, 825 (66.0%) diabetes not requiring insulin, and 153 (12-2%) diatetes of uncertain type. M… Show more

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“…Contact reactions to proteins are typically of an urticarial type, and last from 0.5 to 2 hr. Characteristic symptoms among persons who react to foodstuffs are burning, stinging, and itching, seconds to minutes after contact with the foodstuff in question (13). Eczema may develop on repeated exposure.…”
Section: Identifiable Causes Of Hand Eczemamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Contact reactions to proteins are typically of an urticarial type, and last from 0.5 to 2 hr. Characteristic symptoms among persons who react to foodstuffs are burning, stinging, and itching, seconds to minutes after contact with the foodstuff in question (13). Eczema may develop on repeated exposure.…”
Section: Identifiable Causes Of Hand Eczemamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The clinical diagnosis of CHE refers to an aetiologically heterogeneous disease group, but its terminology lacked a generally accepted taxonomy. Diagnosis was based on aetiology when possible and morphology when necessary 3–6 . Recently, Diepgen et al.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Variations in prevalence with geographical area (north, middle and south of Sweden) have been reported (1). The long-term prognosis for HE is poor (7,8) and it has been reported that, in 5% of cases, HE had farreaching consequences for the individual (7). The long-term prognosis for HE is poor (7,8) and it has been reported that, in 5% of cases, HE had farreaching consequences for the individual (7).…”
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