1984
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.120.6.799
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Kaposi's varicelliform eruption. Development in a patient with a healing second-degree burn

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“…Matthews et al [26] discussed a prophylactic therapy with idoxuridine for acute HSV infections, however, this therapy was not used in their study. In a study by Nishimura et al [49] in 1984, immunoglobulin therapy was given for manifested HSV infections. However, no established therapy for HSV infections in burns could be found in literature analyzed here.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Matthews et al [26] discussed a prophylactic therapy with idoxuridine for acute HSV infections, however, this therapy was not used in their study. In a study by Nishimura et al [49] in 1984, immunoglobulin therapy was given for manifested HSV infections. However, no established therapy for HSV infections in burns could be found in literature analyzed here.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It may also represent a form of Kaposi varicelliformeruption seen with the herpes simplex virus. Kaposi varicelliform eruption with herpes simplex virus has been reported as localized to areas of thermal injury ( 10).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Dies können unter anderem Dyskeratosis follicularis Darier [22], Pemphigus foliaceus [37], Mycosis fungoides [38], Sezary-Syndrom [8], Ichthyosis vulgaris [62], Pemphigus benignus familiaris Hailey-Hailey [55], Verbrennungen [1,42] und natürlich am häufigsten das atopische Ekzem sein. Zusätzlich werden mit "Kaposi's varizelliforme Eruption" auch Infektionen durch verschiedene andere Viren, wie beispielsweise Kuh-oder Katzenpockenviren, bezeichnet [3,66].…”
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