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    Prominent publications by Susan Bayliss Mallory

    KOL Index score: 7480

    BACKGROUND: Fluocinolone acetonide 0.01% in a blend of refined peanut and mineral oils has been used as treatment for scalp psoriasis for several years, but only more recently for atopic dermatitis.

    OBJECTIVE: We sought to study the effectiveness for atopic dermatitis, potential for adrenal axis suppression, and safety of the fluocinolone acetonide 0.01% in oil in children with atopic dermatitis, including children with atopic dermatitis and peanut allergic sensitivity.

    METHODS: Three ...

    Also Ranks for: Peanut Oil |  fluocinolone acetonide |  atopic dermatitis |  adrenal suppression |  arachis child child
    KOL Index score: 6752

    Sarcoidosis is rare in young children, and is characterized by skin, joint, and eye changes. Differentiated clinically from juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA) by milder constitutional symptoms and characteristic joint abnormalities, sarcoidosis is confirmed by demonstrating noncaseating granulomas in skin, conjunctival, or synovial biopsies. Recent reports have shown children with features of both sarcoidosis and juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, some with similarly affected family ...

    Also Ranks for: Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis |  sarcoidosis children |  differential female humans |  noncaseating granulomas |  infant male
    KOL Index score: 6493

    This randomized, third-party-blinded study compared short-course therapy of once-daily azithromycin (500 mg on day 1, followed by 250 mg/day on days 2-5) with cephalexin (500 mg twice daily for 10 days) in the treatment of patients with skin and skin structure infections. At 25 centers, a total of 361 patients were entered into the study and 148 were evaluable for efficacy. The main causative pathogens, Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pyogenes, were responsible for approximately ...

    Also Ranks for: Structure Infections |  treatment skin |  erythromycin humans |  staphylococcus aureus |  clinical cure
    KOL Index score: 5718

    A newborn black boy had two facial blisters at birth that progressed to bullous lesions over the trunk, genitals, extremities, and oral and tracheal mucosa. A biopsy specimen demonstrated a subepidermal bulla with mixed eosinophilic and neutrophilic, inflammatory infiltrate. Direct immunofluorescence showed linear IgA, IgG, and C3 depositions along the basement membrane zone, consistent with a diagnosis of childhood linear IgA bullous dermatosis (chronic bullous dermatosis of childhood). ...

    Also Ranks for: Linear Iga |  bullous dermatosis |  blistering diseases |  direct immunofluorescence |  skin disease
    KOL Index score: 5244

    Forty-six patients with atopic dermatitis ranging from mild to severe were evaluated for food hypersensitivity with double-blind placebo-controlled food challenges. Twenty-eight (61%) patients had a positive prick skin reaction to one of the foods tested. Sixty-five food challenges were performed; 27 (42%) were interpreted as positive in 15 (33%) patients. Egg, milk, and peanut accounted for 78% of the positive reactions. As in previous studies, patients developed skin (96%), respiratory ...

    Also Ranks for: Atopic Dermatitis |  food hypersensitivity |  positive reactions |  egg milk |  skin tests
    KOL Index score: 5075

    Cowden syndrome (multiple hamartoma syndrome) is characterized by multiple facial papules, gingival papillomas, acral keratoses, and other hamartomatous lesions. There is a high incidence of breast and thyroid carcinoma. Recognition of this syndrome may lead to the early diagnosis of cancer.

    Also Ranks for: Cowden Syndrome |  multiple hamartoma |  early diagnosis |  breast neoplasms |  thyroid carcinoma
    KOL Index score: 5020

    Peanuts, along with milk and eggs, have been documented to account for approximately 80% of adverse reactions to foods in patients with atopic dermatitis. Over the past 3 years, we have evaluated 71 patients with atopic dermatitis, ranging from mild to severe in nature. These patients were initially evaluated by allergy prick skin testing and when appropriate had double-blind placebo-controlled food challenges done. Thirty-nine (55%) patients had a positive prick skin test to one of the ...

    Also Ranks for: Atopic Dermatitis |  peanut protein |  food hypersensitivity |  skin tests |  animals arachis
    KOL Index score: 4885

    Chronic hepatitis C virus infection (HCV) is associated with extrahepatic manifestations, including such dermatologic conditions as mixed cryoglobulinemia, porphyria cutanea tarda, and lichen planus. Patients with chronic HCV and extrahepatic manifestations are often excluded from clinical trials evaluating interferon (IFN) therapy due to concerns about poor response, adverse events, and toxicity. Thus, data regarding the efficacy of IFN not only on the underlying chronic HCV, but also ...

    Also Ranks for: Chronic Hepatitis |  extrahepatic manifestations |  dermatologic disorders |  lichen planus patients |  ifn therapy
    KOL Index score: 4803

    Four unrelated children with osteoma cutis and Albright hereditary osteodystrophy (pseudohypoparathyroidism and pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism) are described. All four patients were normocalcemic when they were first seen with cutaneous ossification. A diagnosis of Albright hereditary osteodystrophy was established on the basis of associated somatic features, radiographic abnormalities, and family history. Progression to pseudohypoparathyroidism was documented in two children who ...

    Also Ranks for: Osteoma Cutis |  hereditary osteodystrophy |  cutaneous ossification |  publication female humans |  careful followup
    KOL Index score: 4743

    Netherton syndrome is a congenital skin disease associated with decreased skin barrier function and increased percutaneous absorption. We report an 11-year-old boy with Netherton syndrome who developed Cushing syndrome after application of 1% hydrocortisone ointment to his entire body for more than 1 year. This presentation illustrates that even low-potency steroid ointments should be used with caution in Netherton syndrome and warns about the use of long-term topical medications with ...

    Also Ranks for: Netherton Syndrome |  percutaneous absorption |  publication administration |  child cushing |  skin disease
    KOL Index score: 4722

    One of the most exciting developments in pediatric dermatology has been the use of the flashlamp-pumped, 585-nm, pulsed dye laser for treatment of vascular birthmarks. In many cases the results are miraculous. The increase in self-esteem and happiness of many children and adolescents has been overwhelming; for some, depression has been lifted, stuttering has ceased, social involvement has increased, and antidepressants have been discontinued. There are many success stories to ...

    Also Ranks for: Dye Laser |  general anesthesia |  vascular birthmarks |  skin diseases |  local child
    KOL Index score: 4527

    BACKGROUND: Glomuvenous malformations (GVMs) are now considered a separate entity from venous malformations. The rarest type of GVM is the generalized congenital plaque-type GVM.

    OBSERVATIONS: We present 10 new cases of congenital plaque-type GVM and describe their clinical progression and treatment. Mutations in the glomulin gene were found in those patients who participated in the genetic study.

    CONCLUSIONS: Congenital plaque-type GVMs are unique in their congenital nature, extensive ...

    Also Ranks for: Glomuvenous Malformations |  congenital plaque |  glomulin gene |  glomus tumor |  skin neoplasms
    KOL Index score: 4480

    Painful neutrophilic skin lesions were observed in two children receiving granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (G-CSF) for treatment of idiopathic neutropenia. A girl with cystic fibrosis and cyclic neutropenia developed an erythematous papular eruption without fever or neutrophilia 7 months after commencing therapy with G-CSF. A skin biopsy specimen revealed microscopic, sterile, neutrophilic abscesses. A boy with chronic neutropenia and recurrent inflammatory skin lesions developed ...

    Also Ranks for: Neutrophilic Dermatoses |  granulocyte colony |  stimulating factor |  biopsy specimen |  cystic fibrosis
    KOL Index score: 3571

    An infant with congenital ichthyosis and deafness developed Hirschsprung's disease. No evidence of keratitis was present. No previous cases of ichthyosis have been associated with aganglionic megacolon. Although no corneal changes were observed, we believe that the clinical features of ichthyosis and deafness suggest the diagnosis of KID (keratitis, ichthyosis, deafness) syndrome. Whether corneal changes would have occurred is unknown, since the infant died of malnutrition and infectious ...

    Also Ranks for: Ichthyosis Deafness |  hirschsprung disease |  aganglionic megacolon |  male syndrome |  diagnosis kid
    KOL Index score: 3292

    Waardenburg's syndrome and Hirschsprung's disease are both conditions involving a defect of migrating neural crest cells and may be seen together. We report a patient with the combination of these two diseases and review the literature on the subject. Physicians should be aware that deafness can be associated with pigmentary anomalies.

    Also Ranks for: Neural Crest |  waardenburg syndrome |  hirschsprungs disease |  publication abnormalities


    Susan Bayliss Mallory: Influence Statistics

    Sample of concepts for which Susan Bayliss Mallory is among the top experts in the world.
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    Susan Bayliss Mallory:Expert Impact

    Concepts for whichSusan Bayliss Malloryhas direct influence:Atopic dermatitis,  Netherton syndrome,  Osteoma cutis,  Pulsed dye laser,  Cutaneous manifestations,  Infantile myofibromatosis,  Cowden syndrome,  Hair removal.

    Susan Bayliss Mallory:KOL impact

    Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Susan Bayliss Mallory has influence:Atopic dermatitis,  Food allergy,  Infantile hemangiomas,  Cowden syndrome,  Laser treatment,  Vascular malformations,  Cutaneous manifestations.



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    Departments of Internal Medicine (Dermatology) and Pediatrics, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri | From the Departments of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Pathology, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis,