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Annales de Dermatologie et de Vénéréologie
Volume 136, n° S7
pages 393-406 (décembre 2009)
Doi : 10.1016/S0151-9638(09)73381-2
Quoi de neuf en dermatologie clinique ?
What’s new in clinical dermatology?
 

J.-J. Morand
Service de dermatologie, Hôpital militaire Alphonse Laveran, Institut de médecine tropicale du service de santé des armées, Pharo, 13384 Marseille, France 

*Correspondance.
Résumé

L’actualité en dermatologie clinique est, à notre avis, dominée par les infections émergentes ou résurgentes (arbovirus, poxvirus , mycobactéries, leishmanies, staphylocoques, papillomavirus , punaises de lit…) et leur implication dans certaines maladies (atopie, psoriasis), tumeurs ou syndromes à tropisme dermatologique (IRIS). Les effets adverses cutanéo-muqueux des chimiothérapies ciblées et des biothérapies sont désormais mieux cernés. Quelques rares nouvelles entités anatomocliniques sont identifiées mais des « classiques » (ulcère de Lipschütz, pityriasis rosé de Gibert, hématomes profonds sur peau fragilisée, syndrome des grosses mains, pelade diffuse…) sont redécouverts et mieux décrits grâce à l’aide, parfois, de nouvelles techniques.

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Abstract

The actuality in clinical dermatology is, to our opinion, dominated by the emergent or reemergent infections (arboviruses, poxviruses, mycobacteria, leishmania, staphylococcus, papillomaviruses, bedbugs…) and their involvement in certain diseases (atopia, psoriasis), tumours or syndromes with dermatologic signs (IRIS). The cutaneous adverse side effects of the targeted chemotherapies and biotherapies are consequently better surrounded. Some rare new anatomoclinical entities are identified but «classics» (Lipschütz ulcer, pityriasis rosea, deep dissecting hematoma, puffy hand syndrome, disseminata alopecia areata) are rediscovered and better represented thanks to help, sometimes, by new techniques.

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Mots clés : Chikungunya, Cowpox, Ulcère de buruli, Restauration immune, Staphylocoque, Punaise de lit, Psoriasis, Toxidermie

Keywords : Chikungunya, Cowpox, Buruli ulcers, Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome, Staphylococcus, Bedbugs, Psoriasis, Drug eruption




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