Zhong-Shuai Wang and Jun Li
Article Type: Review Article | First Published: July 08, 2017
Paraneoplastic Pemphigus (PNP) is an autoimmune-related acquired bullous disease associated with neoplasia. Both humoral and cellular immunity are involved in the pathogenesis of PNP. Characteristically, PNP has a diverse spectrum of clinical and immunopathological features....
Radiotherapy for Mycosis Fungoides: Review of the Literature
Omer Sager, Hakan Gamsiz, Ferrat Dincoglan, Selcuk Demiral, Bora Uysal and Murat Beyzadeoglu
Article Type: Review Article | First Published: June 12, 2017
Apart from systemic or nodal lymphomas, cutaneous lymphomas present a heterogeneous group of relatively infrequent non-Hodgkin lymphomas with distinct clinical characteristics. Among cutaneous lymphomas, primary cutaneous T cell lymphomas account for the majority of cases with Mycosis Fungoides (MF) being the most prevalent subtype....
Curcumin-Induced Apoptosis in the Repair of Photodamaged Skin
Madalene CY Heng
Article Type: Case Report | First Published: March 20, 2017
Ultraviolet light-induced damage to the DNA resulting in double-stranded triggers the DNA Damage Response (DDR). This results in Cell Cycle Arrest (CCA) and Nucleotide Excision and Repair (NER) of the photo-damaged DNA. These processes are regulated by a family of phosphatidylinositol-3-kinase family....
A Case of Generalized Lichenoid Reaction upon Red Permanent Lip-Liner Make-Up
Perruchoud DL, Kiermeir DM, Adatto MA, Lam MC, Borradori L and Simon D
Article Type: Case Report | First Published: February 18, 2017
Tattoo reactions are most commonly associated with red inkdue to the presence of mercury and its sulphides. However, nowadays most allergic reactions to red tattoo are triggered by organic pigments such as Pigment Red 181 (CI 73360) and Pigment Red 170 rather than the traditional mercury sulphides. The use of red pigments containing mercury may result in lichenoid reactions and other localized side reactions....