Clarence William Brown

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BACKGROUND Microcystic adnexal carcinoma is an uncommon, locally aggressive cutaneous neoplasm. To date, there are only two reports of histologically proven lymph node involvement with this tumor. We describe a case of a patient with microcystic adnexal carcinoma who developed multiple local metastasis in transit with histologically proven lymph node(More)
Molluscum contagiosum is a common cutaneous infection complicating the course of patients afflicted with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. We describe a human immunodeficiency virus-positive patient with a disfiguring molluscum contagiosum infection of the face. Conventional cytodestructive therapies failed in this patient, but imiquimod 5% cream, an(More)
Lidocaine hydrochloride is the most commonly used anesthetic agent in dermatology. Despite its widespread and frequent use, adverse reactions to lidocaine are uncommon. The majority of side effects include vasovagal reactions and local side effects consisting of bruising and edema at the injection site. Immunologically mediated allergic reactions are(More)
The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) inhibitor class of agents have been reported to cause multiple cutaneous adverse events. These drug eruptions are thought by some to indicate a good prognosis. The authors report of a case of a psoriasiform scalp eruption simultaneously occurring with an acneiform or follicular rash in a single patient. To present(More)