Melkersson

Mel·ker·sson

(mel'kĕr-sŏn),
Ernst G., Swedish physician, 1898-1932. See: Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome.
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1), (2) It was first described in 1928 by Melkersson as a syndrome of recurrent facial palsy and edema, and a fissured tongue, the third feature of this syndrome, was added by Rosenthal in 1931.
For example, we include local cigarette and beer prices; the latter are included because smoking and drinking are often thought of as complements (DiFranza and Guerrera, 1990; Bask and Melkersson, 2004; Picone, Sloan, and Trogdon, 2004).
Bask and Melkersson (2004) applied a rational expectation model to estimate the complementary relationship between tobacco and alcohol and found that the decision to consume the two substances is frequently made at the same time.
Melkersson described a syndrome that consists of peripheral facial palsy and swelling of the lips, in 1928.
2004; Melkersson, Hulting, & Brismar, 2000; Wirshing, Boyd, Meng, Ballon, Marder, & Wirshing, 2002).
Blefarosalazis ayirici tanida; erken donemde rekurren anjioodemden eslik edebilen sistemik bulgular ve pruritusun olmamasi, antihistaminik ve steroid tedavisine yanit alinmamasi ile (1,12); herediter anjioodemden oyku ve C1 esteraz aktivitesi duzeyi ile, kontakt dermatitten detayli oyku ve "patch" test ile, Melkersson Rosenthal Sendromu'ndan triaddaki yuz felci, fissure dil olmamasi ve histopatolojide granulomatoz inflamasyonun olmamasi ile ayirt edilebilir (1).
Melkersson-Rosenthal Sendromu, ilk olarak 1928 yilinda Melkersson tarafindan tekrarlayan fasiyal paralizi ve odem ile karakterize bir sendrom olarak tarif edilmistir (1).