Muzamil Amin Chisti

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Acroangiodermatitis (AAD) (synonym, pseudo-Kaposi sarcoma) is a term that encompasses 2 different conditions: (1) AAD of Mali, which refers to skin lesions that mainly develop bilaterally on the lower extremities of patients with chronic venous insufficiency and is an extreme form of stasis dermatitis and (2) Stewart-Bluefarb syndrome, which consists of an(More)
BACKGROUND The typical presentation of infantile hemangioma is well known and is easily recognizable. However, it may have many atypical presentations, as reported in the literature. Most of the hemangiomas are not visible at birth and become apparent at about 3 to 4 weeks of age. There are very few case reports of hemangioma presenting as a pale patch in(More)
BACKGROUND Breast carcinoma is the second commonest cancer in women after non-melanoma skin cancers and, excluding melanoma, the most common tumor to metastasize to the skin in women. Cutaneous metastasis from breast cancer has varied presentations but there is no well-established classification which includes them all. OBJECTIVE AND CONCLUSION We report(More)
BACKGROUND Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) is a genetically determined mechano-bullous disorder of the skin encompassing a group of conditions that share skin fragility as a common feature. MATERIALS AND METHODS Twele patients with Epidermolysis Bullosa from Kashmir valley are reported. RESULTS Our series included 12 patients, 5 males and 7 females. Features(More)
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES Many dermatologic and systemic diseases have been reported in association with hidradenitis suppurativa, but its association with Down syndrome is rarely mentioned in the literature. The objective of the current study was to assess the frequency of hidradenitis suppurativa in patients with Down syndrome who visited our clinic over 4(More)
BACKGROUND Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common epithelial neoplasm of skin. Risk factors for the development of BCC include intermittent intense sun exposure, radiation therapy, family history of BCC, immune suppression and fair complexion, especially red hair. It can originate in scars like small pox, vaccination, chicken pox or surgical scars.(More)
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