Clinical and Biological Aspects of the Skin As a Part of the Lymphroreticular System
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Serri F, Rabbiosi G, Bernasconi C. Clinical and Biological Aspects of the Skin As a Part of the Lymphroreticular System. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1968;34:213-227
AbstractThe study of the skin, considered as lymphoreticular section provided with peculiar immunologic attitudes, which are easily explored because of their superficiality, present great interest both for the clinical and biological aspects. Such a study, in fact, allows the clinicians to obtain useful information in order to judge the diffusion of a systemic lymphoreticular disease in order to evaluate the degree of immunologic reactivity in different diseased situations, in order to interpret possible pathogenetic mechanism of an autoimmune disease, while they give to the biologists a simple and practical possibility for analysing the functionality of the lymphoreticular system.