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Bostikova V.,Katedra epidemiologie | Salavec M.,Klinika nemoci koznich a pohlavnich | Smetana J.,Katedra epidemiologie | Sleha R.,Katedra epidemiologie | And 3 more authors.
Epidemiologie, Mikrobiologie, Imunologie | Year: 2014

Varicella-zoster virus (VZV), herpes simplex virus one (HSV-1) and herpes simplex virus two (HSV-2) represent three out of the eight known human herpesviruses and belong to the subfamily of α-herpesviruses. These viruses are present worldwide and humans are their sole host and reservoir. After the primary infection, these viruses persist in the body throughout life. The period of latency may be interrupted by reactivation of infection due to various factors. Each virus can induce a wide spectrum of diseases. The primary infection is typical for children and otherwise healthy individuals are often asymptomatic. It is mainly immunocompromised patients who are at risk of developing severe disease or complications when infected by these viruses. However, even in otherwise healthy individuals an infection by a-herpesviruses can run a severe course and lead to death. Source

Ettler K.,Klinika nemoci koznich a pohlavnich
Pediatrie pro Praxi | Year: 2011

Vitamin D is involved in bone tissue metabolism. Recently it has been suggested to prevent cancer and to have any other positive health effects. UV radiation photosynthesis of vitamin D in the epidermis is its natural source. It could be controversial for some adverse events of UV radiation on the skin. Sunbathing and photoprotection regarding vitamin D serum level and use of mineral sunscreens with nanoparticules in kids are discussed here. Sun beds do not be a suitable source for vitamin D supply. The vitamin D supplementation is possible by diet and drug delivery. Source

Drlik L.,Dermatovenerologicke oddeleni | Ettler K.,Klinika nemoci koznich a pohlavnich
Cesko-Slovenska Dermatologie | Year: 2011

The authors describe two cases of intensively itching lichenoid dermatitis developed after an injury caused by a sea coral while diving in the Red Sea. The rash reacted to topical steroid and antihistamine treatment. In the first case a partial improvement occurred within two weeks, in the other patient dermatological lesions persisted for more than a month. The article gives an overview of skin lesions caused by the sea corals and their therapy. Source

Ettler J.,Dermatovenerologicka Klinika | Ettler K.,Klinika nemoci koznich a pohlavnich
Pediatrie pro Praxi | Year: 2014

Photosensitivity in pediatric population is much less prevalent then in adults. Every unexpected reaction to sun exposure should be thoroughly investigated for it can be manifestation of serious systemic disease. Early diagnosis can lower risks of future complications, comorbidities and decreased quality of life or life expectancy. Mainstay of management is careful fotoprotection and specific treatment, if available. Source

Markova L.,Klinika nemoci koznich a pohlavnich | Ettler K.,Klinika nemoci koznich a pohlavnich
Cesko-Slovenska Dermatologie | Year: 2013

Hand foot and mouth disease is an viral exanthematic disease typical for children, often ocurring in adults as well. Authors report three cases observed in the same period in the region of Hradec Králové. They describe clinical picture, laboratory diagnostic methods, differential diagnosis, complications and possible epidemiologic relations of the disease. Source

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