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Folliculotropic mycosis fungoides: single-center study and systematic review.
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Combined data demonstrated that 6% of patients with FMF had concurrent non-mycosis fungoides hematologic malignant neoplasms and that the 5-year overall survival rate was 62% to 64%. Expand
Reactive nonsexually related acute genital ulcers: review of cases evaluated at Mayo Clinic.
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Although rare, RNSRAGU should be considered when genital ulceration follows an acute systemic illness, and analgesics and topical corticosteroids were the most common treatments. Expand
Diagnosis and Management of Pemphigus: recommendations by an International Panel of Experts.
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Recommendations from a subsequent Delphi consensus to broaden the generalizability of recommendations includes intravenous CD20 inhibitors as a first line therapy option for moderate to severe pemphigus. Expand
Lichen planus
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A range of topical and systemic medications have been shown to improve the symptoms associated with LP and to hasten the resolution of LP. Expand
Cutaneous manifestations of graft‐versus‐host disease: role of the dermatologist
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This review aims to elucidate the basic characteristics of GVHD, and the role and contribution of dermatologists in the care of patients with this condition. Expand
Kaposi varicelliform eruption in patients with Darier disease: a 20-year retrospective study.
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The majority of KVE occurs in painless or painful erosions that may also appear impetiginized without vesicle or pustule formation, and increased recognition of this phenomenon may lead to better patient outcomes. Expand
CNS imaging findings associated with Parry–Romberg syndrome and en coup de sabre: correlation to dermatologic and neurologic abnormalities
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In PRS and ECS, imaging findings often are bilateral and often do not progress, regardless of cutaneous disease activity, and findings are inconsistently associated with clinical abnormalities. Expand
Prognostic impact of fibrosarcomatous transformation in dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans: a cohort study.
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DFSP-FS exhibits more aggressive behavior than DFSP, with lower recurrence-free survival and greater metastatic potential, and their similar clinical presentation mandates histopathological differentiation for prognosis. Expand
Histopathology of Calciphylaxis: Cohort Study With Clinical Correlations
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The frequent finding of dermal angioplasia, a potential marker of chronic low-grade ischemia, is reported as another frequent microscopic finding in calciphylaxis, implying a final common pathogenic pathway in both uremic and nonuremic calciphYLaxis. Expand
Diagnostic utility of direct immunofluorescence findings around hair follicles and sweat glands in immunobullous disease
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Periadnexal DIF findings are reliable in diagnosing immunobullous conditions and may compromise biopsy specimen integrity and direct immunofluorescence (DIF) interpretation. Expand
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