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Lymphangitis 76 articles

  1. Descriptive epidemiology of lymphatic filariasis in Ghana.

    Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical M... 90(1):26 (1996) PMID 8730304

    A national filariasis survey was conducted to determine the prevalence and distribution of Wuchereria bancrofti microfilaraemia and clinical disease associated with lymphatic filariasis in Ghana. Multi-stage systematic sampling was used to select households to be examined in all 10 administrative re...
  2. A 75-year-old woman with a swollen hand and supraclavicular lymphadenopathy.

    Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine 67(12):888 (2000) PMID 11127984


    Minerva chirurgica 20:289 (1965) PMID 14339449

  4. [A little known cause of laryngeal paralysis: metastatic cancerous lymphangitis of the lung].

    Journal de medecine de Lyon 42:1593 (1961) PMID 14476661

  5. [Clinical evaluation of biapenem in various infectious diseases].

    Japanese Journal of Antibiotics 52(11):629 (1999) PMID 10659441

    The clinical usefulness of injectable biapenem (BIPM) was examined for various infectious diseases in the fields of internal medicine, urology, surgery, orthopedics, obstetrics and gynecology, otorhinolaryngology, ophthalmology, dermatology, oral surgery, and plastic surgery. BIPM was administered b...
  6. A palmar chancre and multiple proximal erythematous nodules. Nodular lymphangitis due to Nocardia brasiliensis.

    Archives of Dermatology 132(8):964 (1996) PMID 8712850

  7. Cutaneous manifestations of the Hemiscorpius lepturus sting: a clinical study.

    International Journal of Dermatology 37(7):500 (1998) PMID 9679690

    HL venom is cytotoxic, and HL is the only scorpion whose venom induces a toxic reaction. Erythema, purpuric changes, bullae, necrosis, and ulcers, or a combination of these, may be seen at different stages. The site and the severity of the cutaneous reaction may aid in the prediction of the clinical...
  8. Subcutaneous deposition of elemental mercury.

    Journal of the Tennessee Medical Association 81(11):698 (1988) PMID 3230934

  9. Acute attacks in the extremities of persons living in an area endemic for bancroftian filariasis: differentiation of two syndromes.

    Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical M... 93(4):413 (1999) PMID 10674092

    We call acute filarial lymphangitis (AFL), is caused by the death of adult worms. It is relatively uncommon in untreated persons, usually is asymptomatic or has a mild clinical course, and rarely causes residual lymphoedema. The second syndrome, of acute dermatolymphangioadenitis (ADLA), is not caus...
  10. [Difficulties and complications of lactation].

    La Revue du praticien 36(27):1538 (1986) PMID 3715361