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A case of angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia of the hand is described. This tumor has also been described as subcutaneous angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia and as an atypical pyogenic granuloma. It usually occurs in the head or neck. This highly recurrent tumor has not been previously described in the hand. It was completely excised and… (More)
We report a rare case of myiasis caused simultaneously by three dipterous species. A 54 yr-old indigent patient was admitted to Andaraí Hospital with painful eruptions on the scalp. The parieto-occipital sulcus showed two lesions caused by scratching associated with deep, odoriferous and exudative pediculosis. Larvae removed with the help of forceps and… (More)
Induced psoriasiform eruption, especially by anti-tumor necrosis factor alpha, was a rather rare event but nowadays cases are increasing because of its prescription for many different diseases. There are several clinical forms; one example is the pustulosis form presented in this case report.