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Study of Platelet-Rich Plasma Injections in the Treatment of Androgenetic Alopecia Through an One-Year Period
Background: Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is defined as an autologous concentration of plasma with a greater count of platelets than that of whole blood. Its action depends on the released growthExpand
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Global epidemiology of cutaneous zygomycosis.
The large majority of cases reported worldwide as zygomycosis are infections caused by fungi belonging to the order Mucorales. These infections are invasive, often lethal, and they primarily affectExpand
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Cytokines and Other Mediators in Alopecia Areata
Alopecia areata, a disease of the hair follicles with multifactorial etiology and a strong component of autoimmune origin, has been extensively studied as far as the role of several cytokines isExpand
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The impact of acne vulgaris on quality of life and psychic health in young adolescents in Greece. Results of a population survey*
BACKGROUND Acne vulgaris can severely affect social and psychological functioning. OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to investigate the impact of acne vulgaris and its severity on Quality of LifeExpand
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Hyperpigmentation and melasma
Facial and neck pigmentations are significant cosmetic problems. They are common in middle‐aged women, related to endogenous (hormones) and exogenous factors (cosmetics, perfumes, sun exposure), andExpand
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Cutaneous markers of HIV infection.
Despite the development of laboratory methods, dermatological symptoms are a basic index of the presence and physical course of HIV infection. HIV infection usually undergoes a long latent period,Expand
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Coping with acne: beliefs and perceptions in a sample of secondary school Greek pupils
Background  Information on the understanding of acne in adolescents has only occasionally been reported in the medical literature.
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Management of pemphigus vulgaris: challenges and solutions
The main objective in the treatment of pemphigus vulgaris is to control the disease, prevent relapses, and avoid adverse events associated with the prolonged use of steroids and immunosuppressiveExpand
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A review of genetic disorders of hypopigmentation: lessons learned from the biology of melanocytes
Abstract:  Inherited diseases of pigmentation were among the first traits studied in humans because of their easy recognition. The discovery of genes that regulate melanocytic development andExpand
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Topical adapalene gel 0·1% vs. isotretinoin gel 0·05% in the treatment of acne vulgaris: a randomized open‐label clinical trial
Background Topical application of isotretinoin and adapalene has proved effective in treating acne vulgaris. Both drugs demonstrate therapeutic advantages and less irritancy over tretinoin, the mostExpand
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