- The man behind the eponym: Thomas Henry Huxley: Huxley's layer of the inner root sheathCharles Steffen
Am J Dermatopathol 24:82-4. 2002
- PellagraCharles Steffen
Skinmed 10:174-9. 2012..The complicated story of the socioeconomic situation of the Southern United States and the hunt for the cause of pellagra will also be discussed briefly...
- Squamous cell carcinoma in situ: a historical noteCharles Steffen
Skinmed 6:7-10. 2007
- The men behind the eponym--Abraham Buschke and Ludwig Lowenstein: giant condyloma (Buschke-Loewenstein)Charles Steffen
Am J Dermatopathol 28:526-36. 2006..Verrucous carcinoma of other sites and epithelioma (carcinoma) cuniculatum will not be discussed...
- Quinacrine and lichen planus-like dermatitis: a forgotten vignette of World War IICharles Steffen
Skinmed 5:169-71. 2006
- Why a historical approach has clinical benefits: John Hinchman Stokes and George Miller MacKeeCharles Steffen
Oceanside, CA 92054, USA
Skinmed 5:31-6. 2006..This review will encapsulate their lives and note the effect that the demise of their fields of interest had on them...
- Why a historical approach offers clinical benefitsCharles Steffen
Skinmed 4:273-4. 2005
- The introduction of griseofulvinCharles Steffen
Department of Dermatology, US Naval Hospital, Camp Pendleton, CA, USA
Skinmed 3:105-6. 2004
- Topical 5-fluorouracilCharles Steffen
Skinmed 2:123-6. 2003
- The introduction of topical corticosteroidsCharles Steffen
Skinmed 2:304-5. 2003
- The men behind the eponym: Francis E. Senear, Barney Usher, and the Senear-Usher syndromeCharles Steffen
Department of Dermatology, US Naval Hospital, Camp Pendleton, California, USA
Am J Dermatopathol 25:432-6. 2003....
- The man behind the eponym: C. L. Pierre MassonCharles Steffen
Am J Dermatopathol 25:71-6. 2003..Finally, we reprise Masson's view of the origins of melanocytic nevi and mention Masson's neuronevus. The literature on these subsequent to Masson's articles is not discussed...
- The man behind the eponyms: Richard L Sutton: periadenitis mucosa necrotica recurrens (Sutton's ulcer) and leukoderma acquisitum centrifugum-Sutton's (halo) nevusCharles Steffen
Department of Dermatology, Naval Hospital, Camp Pendleton, California, USA
Am J Dermatopathol 25:349-54. 2003..He described "leukoderma acquisitum centrifugum" (halo nevus, Sutton's nevus) in 1916. Here, we summarize the 2 publications by Sutton, trace his life story, and comment briefly on these 2 diseases...
- Was Henri Gougerot the first to describe "Hailey-Hailey Disease"?Charles Steffen
Department of Dermatology, U S Navy Hospital, Camp Pendleton, CA, USA
Am J Dermatopathol 25:256-9. 2003
- The men behind the eponym: Frederick Parkes Weber and Henry a. Christian: Weber-Christian diseaseCharles Steffen
Am J Dermatopathol 24:514-7. 2002..This article traces the lives of Parkes Weber and Henry Christian and summarizes their original publications. It addresses only briefly the controversy as to whether Weber-Christian disease does or does not exist...
- The man behind the eponym: Lucien Marie Pautrier--Pautrier's microabscessCharles Steffen
1717 Avocado Rd, Oceanside, CA 92054, USA
Am J Dermatopathol 25:155-8. 2003..In the United States, his name is eponymically associated with Pautrier's microabscesses in mycosis fungoides despite the fact that he did not first describe them...
- Dermatopathology in historical perspective: epithelioma cuniculatum (Aird)Charles Steffen
Oceanside, CA 92054, USA
Am J Dermatopathol 28:451-61. 2006..quot;..
- Why a historical approach has clinical benefits: Staphylococcus toxoid and autohemotherapyCharles Steffen
Skinmed 4:316-9. 2005
- Ketron-Goodman disease, Woringer-Kolopp disease, and pagetoid reticulosisCharles Steffen
Am J Dermatopathol 27:68-85. 2005..I will discuss whether any or all of them are diseases sui generis, whether they are one, two, or three entities, or whether any or all are but forms of mycosis fungoides...
- William John Munro and Munro's abscess, and Franz Kogoj and Kogoj's spongiform pustuleCharles Steffen
Am J Dermatopathol 24:364-8. 2002
- Dermatopathology in historical perspective: the Montgomery giant cell of lichen simplex chronicusSvetlana Rubakovic
Internal Medicine, Rancho Mirage, CA, USA
Skinmed 8:54-5. 2010..A photomicrograph of the giant cell was included by Montgomery in his text Dermatopathology published in 1967. We will then provide a short biography of Montgomery...
- The man behind the eponym dermatology in historical perspective: Albert Sézary and the Sézary syndromeCharles Steffen
Am J Dermatopathol 28:357-67. 2006....
- The man behind the eponym. George Crichton Wells: eosinophilic cellulitis (Wells syndrome)Charles Steffen
Am J Dermatopathol 24:164-5. 2002
- The man behind the eponym: John P. O'Brien--ctinic granuloma (O'Brien)Charles Steffen
1717 Avocado Road, Oceanside CA 92054, USA
Am J Dermatopathol 24:264-6. 2002
- Frédéric Woringer: Pautrier-Woringer disease (lipomelanotic reticulosis/dermatopathic lymphadenitis)Charles Steffen
Am J Dermatopathol 26:499-503. 2004..The current status of dermatopathic lymphadenitis is synopsized...
- Louis-Frédéric Wickham and the Wickham's striae of lichen planusCharles Steffen
Skinmed 3:287-9. 2004..The clinical feature, the histopathology, and the pathogenesis of lichen planus are not discussed...
- The man behind the eponym: Lauren V. Ackerman and verrucous carcinoma of AckermanCharles Steffen
Am J Dermatopathol 26:334-41. 2004....
- A historical perspective of local anesthesiaCharles Steffen
Skinmed 1:137-41. 2002
- Herman V. Allington, A. Fletcher Hall, and the introduction of liquid nitrogenCharles Steffen
Skinmed 2:379-81. 2003