Pain or light sensitivity following injury or inflammation or foreign bodies of lids, conjunctiva, cornea, or iris. 17. Photosensitivity and sunburn. 18. Poison ivy dermatitis. 19. Postencephalitic blepharospasm. 20.
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Stem, or root of poison ivy, oak, and sumac results in a pruritic bullous eruption within 8 – 72 hours of exposure in a previously 40% Salicylic Acid applied at home after paring the warts. May be occluded Polymorphous exanthem with vesicles or crusts. Changes of the
BACKGROUND: Polymorphous light eruption (PMLE) is the most common chronic idiopathic photodermatosis usually manifesting as a papular eruption along with several other morphological variants including a pinpoint papular variant.
This indication will be added to Polymorphous Light Eruption (PLE) for our leading drug candidate CUV1647 (formerly EPT1647). Clinuvel Pharmaceuticals Limited now focuses on the spectrum of UV-related skin disorders.
polymorphous light eruption, systemic lupus ery-thematosus (SLE), reticulated erythematous mucinosis, or gyrate erythema. Histopathologi-cally, the lesions resemble classic lupus erythem-atosus because of their superficial and deep
Polymorphous light eruption is an acquired sunlight-induced dermatosis, particularly at temperate latitudes, affecting 10-20% of the population. It is usually characterized by an itchy, erythematous, symmetrically distributed, papulovesicular rash, on some exposed areas
Polymorphous light eruption: experimental reproduction of skin lesions by whole-body UVA irradiation. Photodermatology 1987;4:252-6. 5. Kaidbey KH, Barnes A.Determination of UVA protection factors by means of immediate pigment darkening in normal skin. J