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Safety and effectiveness of autoinoculation therapy in cutaneous warts: a double--blind, randomized, placebo--controlled study.
BACKGROUND In spite of the availability of multiple treatment options, viral warts are known for their persistence and recurrence, causing frustration to patients and treating physicians. AIMS ToExpand
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Intraluminal Arterial Filling Defects Misdiagnosed as Pulmonary Emboli: What Else Could They Be?
Pulmonary artery filling defects can be observed in various pathologic processes other than pulmonary embolism, for example, nonthrombotic pulmonary embolism with biological and nonbiologicalExpand
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Lobulated mass on the back of the scalp.
Examination revealed a well-demarcated, firm, protuberant mass measuring about 20 cm × 12 cm in size and was studded with multiple, coalescing, skin-colored nodules. There were parallel folds andExpand
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Autologous Serum Therapy in Chronic Urticaria: A Promising Complement to Antihistamines
Background: Chronic urticaria (CU) is a vexing problem and patients of CU suffer from the morbidity that arise from irritable itch and weals and are also subjected to a huge antihistamine pillExpand
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The color of skin: green diseases of the skin, nails, and mucosa.
Greenish staining of human skin may result from a gamut of causes, such as chlorosis, exogenous copper, resolving ecchymosis, drugs, green textile dyes, green tattoos, apocrine and eccrineExpand
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Acute scrotal bleeding
We report a case of acute scrotal hemorrhage from multiple angiokeratomas on scrotum, because of the rarity of the condition and to emphasize the importance of considering this condition in theExpand
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Granular cell tumour on vaccination scar in a young girl
Granular cell tumors originate from neural elements. These distinctly rare tumors usually appear as solitary nodular growths and run a benign course. Although internal organs are rarely involved,Expand
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Phakomatosis Pigmentovascularis: A Clinical Profile of 11 Indian Patients
Introduction: Phakomatosis pigmentovascularis (PPV) is a rare congenital syndrome characterized by the simultaneous presence of capillary malformation and pigmentary nevi. The objective of our studyExpand
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