Jadassohn


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Ja·das·sohn

(yah'dah-sōn),
Josef, German dermatologist in Switzerland, 1863-1936; introduced the patch test for contact dermatitis. See: Jadassohn nevus, Borst-Jadassohn type intraepidermal epithelioma, Jadassohn-Pellizzari anetoderma, Franceschetti-Jadassohn syndrome, Jadassohn-Lewandowski syndrome.
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Apocrine carcinoma developed in a nevus sebaceus of Jadassohn. Eur J Dermatol.
have shown that SCACP lesions resulting from SCAP are related to nevus sebaceous of Jadassohn's (NSJ), in agreement with various other studies (6-8).
Nevus sebaceous of Jadassohn or verrucous epidermal nevi, is a hamartomatous lesion expressing elements of sebaceous and apocrine glands, defective hair follicles, acanthosis and papillomatosis.
Nevus sebaceous (NS) is a congenital hamartoma of the sebaceous glands that was first described by Josef Jadassohn, MD, in 1895.
Skin patch testing with carba mix (3.0% pet), thiuram mix (1.0% pet), mercapto mix (2.0% pet), benzoyl peroxide (1.0% pet), toluenesulfonamide formaldehyde resin (10.0% pet) and bisphenol A (1.0% pet) (Chemotechnique Diagnostics, Vellinge, Sweden) was performed according to the Jadassohn & Bloch classical methods for diagnosis of contact allergy, by placing the allergens in IQ Ultra hypoallergenic patches of Chemotechnique Diagnostics (Vellinge, Sweden) (IQ Chambers[R]).
Nevus sebaceous, also known as nevus sebaceous of Jadassohn, was first described in 1895 by Josef Jadassohn as a nevoid growth composed predominantly of sebaceous glands.
Ishida-Yamamoto et al., "Naegeli-Franceschetti- Jadassohn syndrome and dermatopathia pigmentosa reticularis: two allelic ectodermal dysplasias caused by dominant mutations in KRT14," American Journal of Human Genetics, vol.
In 1901, a German dermatologist, Jadassohn, had described the first case of GRN as "Nasi hyperhidrotic Erythematosa micropapules Dermatosis Infantum" [1].
In 1904, PC was first documented by Muller followed by further reports by Wilson in 1905 and by Jadassohn and Lewandowsky in 1906.1,2,3