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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 17, Number 4, July/August 2000

Characterization of Vernix Caseosa as a Natural Biofilm: Comparison to Standard Oil-Based Ointments
pp. 253-260(8)
Authors: Bautista, Maria Imelda B.; Wickett, R. Randall; Visscher, Marty O.; Pickens, William L.; Hoath, Steven B.

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The Natural History of Sensitizations to Food and Aeroallergens in Atopic Dermatitis: A 4-Year Follow-Up
pp. 261-265(5)
Authors: Patrizi, Annalisa; Guerrini, Valentina; Ricci, Giampaolo; Neri, Iria; Specchia, Fernando; Masi, Massimo

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The Frequency of Histologically Dysplastic Nevi in 199 Pediatric Patients
pp. 266-269(4)
Authors: Haley, Jennifer C.; Hood, Antoinette F.; Chuang, Tsu-Yi; Rasmussen, James

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Macrodactyly: Report of Eight Cases and Review of the Literature
pp. 270-276(7)
Authors: Krengel, S.; Fustes-Morales, A.; Carrasco, D.; Vázquez, M.; Durán-McKinster, C.; Ruiz-Maldonado, R.

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Virginal Breast Hypertrophy
pp. 277-281(5)
Authors: O'hare, Patricia M.; Frieden, Ilona J.

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Epidermolysis Bullosa, Pyloric Atresia, and Obstructive Uropathy: A Report of Two Case Reports with Molecular Correlation and Clinical Management
pp. 286-289(4)
Authors: Wallerstein, Robert; Klein, Marcy Lentnek; Genieser, Nancy; Pulkkinen, Leena; Uitto, Jouni

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Tungiasis in a 3-Year-Old Child
pp. 293-295(3)
Authors: Gelmetti, Carlo; Carrera, Carlo; Veraldi, Stefano

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Benign Cephalic Histiocytosis with Diabetes Insipidus
pp. 296-298(3)
Authors: Weston, William L.; Travers, Sharon H.; Mierau, Gary W.; Heasley, Diane; Fitzpatrick, James

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A Newborn with Nodular Ulcerated Lesion on a Giant Congenital Nevus
pp. 299-301(3)
Authors: Borbujo, J.; Jara, M.; Cortes, L.; Sanchez de Leon, L.

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Partial Lipoatrophy in a Child
pp. 302-303(2)
Authors: Kuperman-Beade, Marina; Laude, Teresita A.

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Oral Griseofulvin Remains the Treatment of Choice for Tinea Capitis in Children
pp. 304-309(6)
Authors: Bennett, Michelle L.; Fleischer, Alan B.; Loveless, James W.; Feldman, Steven R.

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Onychomycosis in Children: Treatment with Bifonazole-Urea
pp. 310-314(5)
Authors: Bonifaz, Alexandro; Ibarra, Guadalupe

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Use of Squaric Acid Dibutylester (SADBE) for Cutaneous Warts in Children
pp. 315-318(4)
Authors: Micali, Giuseppe; Nasca, Maria Rita; Tedeschi, Aurora; Dall'oglio, Federica; Pulvirenti, Nella

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What Syndrome Is This?
pp. 319-321(3)
Authors: Bishop, Phyllis R.; Nowicki, Michael J.; Parker, Paul H.

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Multiple Spontaneously Regressing Nodules in a Newborn
pp. 322-324(3)
Authors: Dragoš, Vlasta; Bračko, Matej; Sever-Novosel, Marjeta

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The Optimal Therapy for Tinea Capitis
pp. 325-326(2)
Author: Friedlander, Sheila Fallon

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Localized Paroxysmal Hyperhidrosis
pp. 328-329(2)
Authors: Lorette, G.; Vaillant, L.; Grangeponte, M. C.; Machet, L.; Rouesnel-Chantry, S.

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Disseminated Neonatal Herpes Simplex: A Rare Entity
pp. 330-332(3)
Authors: Dhar, Sandipan; Dhar, Subhra

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Reply
pp. 333-333(1)
Authors: Ramón, R.; Betlloch, I.; Guijarro, J.; Bañuls, J.; Alfonso, R.; Silvestre, J. F.

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Oculocerebrocutaneous Syndrome (Dellman) in an Adult
pp. 333-333(1)
Authors: Baruchin, Abraham M.; Nahlieli, Oded

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Authors Please Note
pp. 334-334(1)

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Criteria
pp. 334-334(1)

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Photomedicine Society
pp. 334-334(1)

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