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- Tinea versicolor: A review of diagnosis and treatment. Huffman, Grace Brook // American Family Physician;1/1/1997, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p298
Summarizes a study by R. Savin, from the 1996 issue of the `Journal of Family Practice' volume 43, on the diagnosing and treatment of tinea versicolor. When persons are usually affected with tinea versicolor; What characterizes tinea versicolor; Background on the study; Recommended treatments...
- A Case of Hura Through and Through. Reichenberg-Ullman, Judyth // American Homeopath;2003, Vol. 9, p70
Discusses a case of tinea versicolor. Case history; Use of hura brasiliensis to treat the disease.
- Itchy rings. Snyderman, Nancy // Parenting;Mar97, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p38
Answers a query about ringworm. Causes of the skin infection; Ringworm in children; Treatment.
- Getting rid of ringworm. Shojai, Amy D. // Cats Magazine;March97, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p40
Makes various observations on ringworm infections in cats. Definition of ringworm infections; Causes of ringworm infections; Risks of ringworm infection; Effects of ringworm infection in cats; Types of ringworms; Difficulties in ringworm infection diagnosis; Topical treatments for ringworm...
- Cure ringworm with festive male holly. // Farmers Weekly;12/27/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 26, p22
Focuses on ways to cure ringworm in weaned suckled calves. Effectiveness of Fulcin powder; Benefits of using male holly.
- Should cancer survivors fear radiation-induced sarcomas? Feigen, Malcolm // Sarcoma;Mar1997, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p5
Purpose/Results . Ionizing radiation is carcinogenic and the induction of a second malignancy is a serious potential long-term complication of radiotherapy. The incidence of radiation-induced sarcomas was evaluated from many large epidemiological surveys of long-term cancer survivors reported in...
- Diagnostic and therapeutic radiation exposure in children: new evidence and perspectives from a biomarker approach. Ait-Ali, Lamia; Foffa, Ilenia; Andreassi, Maria Grazia // Pediatric Radiology;Jan2007, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p109
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Cancer risks following diagnostic and therapeutic radiation exposure in children," by Ruth Kleinerman in the October 17, 2006 issue.
- Chernobyl, childhood cancer, and chromosome 21. Boice, John; Linet, Martha // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);7/16/94, Vol. 309 Issue 6948, p139
Examines the correlation between the effects of radiation, childhood cancer, and Down syndrome. Evaluation of disease progression and variations on geographical regions; Evidence of higher cancer rates on areas with greater radiation contamination; Relationship between risk of cancer and...
- Risk of acute childhood leukaemia in Sweden after the Chernobyl reactor incident. Hjalmars, Ulf; Kulldorff, Martin; Gustafsson, Goran // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);7/16/94, Vol. 309 Issue 6948, p154
Determines the risk of acute childhood leukemia following Chernobyl reactor accident in Sweden. Analysis of exposure duration in contaminated areas; Examination of the contaminated areas; Knowledge of the effects of radiation. INSET: Clinical implications.