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(1998) 100 MHz sonography of psoriasis vulgaris plaques

(1998) 100 MHz sonography of psoriasis vulgaris plaques 1

Both unwanted and wanted effects have been studied, including skin thinning due to repeated glucocorticoid application and reduction of skin thickening in hyperplastic disorders such as psoriasis vulgaris due to various treatment approaches. Plaques. Ultraschall Med 1998;19: 270274. Hoffmann K, Altmeyer P, Vogt M, Ermert H: 100-MHz-Sonographie von Psoriasis-vulgaris-Plaques. Ultraschall Med 1998;19:270274. Eur J Radiol 1998 May;27 Suppl 2:S215-23T Cammarota, F Pinto, A Magliaro, A Sarno. A 40-100 MHz B-scan ultrasound backscatter microscope for skin imaging. One hundred and forty fully developed, non-treated plaques of psoriasis vulgaris from the arms and legs of 22 patients were examined using 50 MHz B-scan ultrasound and compared with the images from adjacent, clinically normal skin.

I tried the usual psoriasis remedies from the MDs and had no success 2Ultrasound nail imaging on patients with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis compared with rheumatoid arthritis and control subjects. Received: August 27, 1997; Accepted: April 30, 1998; Et al, The use of high frequency ultrasound as a method of assessing the severity of a plaque of psoriasis. Schwarze, H. et al, Examination of psoriasis vulgaris using 20-MHz B-scan ultrasound. K.A. et al, A 40100 MHz B-scan ultrasound backscatter microscope for skin imaging. Ultrasound computed tomography in breast imaging: first clinical results of a custom-made scanner.

9951007, 1998. Altmeyer, M. Vogt, and H. Ermert, 100 MHz ultrasound of psoriasis vulgaris plaque, Ultraschall In Der Medizin, vol. Br J Dermatol 1998; 139: 815-21. 8. Serup J. Non-invasive quantification of psoriasis plaques measurement of skin thickness with 15-MHz pulsed ultrasound. Schwarze H, el-Gammal S, Matthes U, Hoffmann A, Altmeyer P. 20 MHz sonography, colorimetry and image analysis in the evaluation of psoriasis vulgaris. Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease in which epidermal hyperplasia results from the release of cytokines by infiltrating type 1 T cells.

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I tried the usual psoriasis remedies from the MDs and had no success 3

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