• Additional clinical and cytogenetic findings associated with Rett syndrome 

      Simonic I.; Gericke G.S.; Lippert M.; Schoeman J.F. (1997)
      An analysis of all aphidicolin-inducible breakpoints has been carried out in PHA stimulated T-lymphocytes of five patients with classical Rett syndrome, their mothers and a group of age matched controls. Observed breakpoints ...
    • Immune deficiency and invasive carcinoma of the vulva in a young woman: A case report 

      Lindeque B.G.; Nel A.E.; Du Toit J.P. (1987)
      A case report on a 26-year-old virgo intacta with a long standing history of pruritis vulvi, obstructive pulmonary disease, and chronic diarrhea presenting with an invasive squamous carcinoma of the vulva in association ...
    • Papular urticaria: A histopathologic study of 30 patients 

      Jordaan H.F.; Schneider J.W. (1997)
      Papular urticaria is the result of hypersensitivity (id-reaction) to bites from certain insects such as mosquitoes gnats, fleas, mites, and bedbugs. Papular urticaria is common in childhood and is characterized by symmetrically ...
    • Papulonecrotic tuberculid in children: A report of eight patients 

      Jordaan H.F.; Schneider J.W.; Schaaf H.S.; Victor T.S.; Geiger D.H.; Van Helden P.D.; Rossouw D.J. (1996)
      Papulonecrotic tuberculid (PNT), a form of cutaneous tuberculosis (TB), is uncommon in children. We identified eight children (six girls and two boys) with PNT. Their ages ranged from 19 to 139 months (median: 47.5 months, ...
    • The histopathologic spectrum of erythema induratum of Bazin 

      Schneider J.W.; Jordaan H.F. (1997)
      Erythema induratum of Bazin is a tuberculid that is strongly associated with tuberculosis. Clinically, erythema induratum of Bazin shows recurrent tender subcutaneous nodules that occur mainly on the calves of women with ...