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a pathological condition of mind or body

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This external validation of P529 as a therapeutic agent to combat eye disease gives credence to not just our program for ocular disease but as P529 will be used formulated for other therapeutic areas, it also leads the way for acceptance of up-coming Phase I studies in cancer, epilepsy, dermatologic diseases and other indication areas in our pipeline," said Dr.
low expression of cathelicidin helps account for the strikingly different disease manifestations that define these two common inflammatory dermatologic diseases, Dr.
In addition, the well-written chapter on dermatologic diseases is distinguished by the baffling lack of any images of the manifestations it describes.
Other dermatologic diseases may be aggravated by obesity.
LTB4 can at times create an over activation of neutrophil immune response and has been strongly implicated in the pathogenesis of many diseases involving excessive inflammation, including Cystic Fibrosis, COPD, Multiple Sclerosis, Irritable Bowel Disorders and a variety of dermatologic diseases.
Sampogna and colleagues at the Dermatological Institute IDIIRCCS, Rome, 46 Italian dermatologists at the institute were asked their opinion about the quality of life and the prevalence of depressive and anxiety disorders for patients affected by a number of dermatologic diseases (Br.
A growing number of Americans choose exotic animals as pets without knowing that even handling these unusual creatures may result in serious dermatologic diseases, Ted Rosen, M.
Intravenous immunoglobulin, commonly used in the treatment of numerous dermatologic diseases, has the potential to impart a false-positive serologic test for syphilis that may persist for years, Dr.
When issues arise of interest to people with dermatologic diseases, these groups respond with a level of strength and professionalism that never could have been imagined when the groups were formed decades ago.
She studies skin as an immune organ, focusing on the innate immune responses in dermatologic diseases, including acne, superficial skin infections, skin cancers and aging.