A., 20th-century French physician. See: Bazex syndrome.
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Pachydermodactyly was first described in 1973 by Bazex as fibromatosis and hyperplastic dermis of digits II-IV (4).
(19.) EL Sayed F, Ammoury A, Chababi M, Dhaybi R, Bazex J.
Multiple BCCs develop early in life in patients with basal-cell nevus syndrome or Bazex syndrome.
The differential diagnosis at that time included acrodermatitis continua of Hallopeau and acrodermatitis paraneoplastica of Bazex. Few weeks later, a scaly erythematous patch on left groin progressed into an infiltrative mass without serum oozing, pus, or vesicles.
Trichoepithelioma may be associated with other cutaneous tumours and may be a part of Rombo syndrome and Bazex syndrome.1
Acrokeratosis paraneoplastica, otherwise known as Bazex syndrome, is a paraneoplastic syndrome in which cutaneous lesions appear in association with an underlying malignancy.
In children, it is usually associated with a genetic defect, such as basal cell nevus syndrome, xeroderma pigmentosum, nevus sebaceous, epidermodysplasia verruciformis, Rombo syndrome, or Bazex syndrome.
(10.) Bazex A, Boulard C, Delsol G, Bazex J, Louvet JL.
Strophulus prurigo is a dermatosis that sometimes occurs during a contact allergenic or on genetically predisposed land (Hojyo-Tomoka et al.,1995, 1997; Bazex and Dupre, 2000; Arrese et al.,2001).
(33.) Fabre B, Bayle P, Bazex J, Durand D, Lamant L, Chassaing N.