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Dermoscopy of pigmented lichen planus lesions
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Recurrence rates of primary basal cell carcinoma in facial risk areas treated with curettage and electrodesiccation.
BACKGROUND The incidence of basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is increasing. Curettage and electrodesiccation (CE) are not recommended for BCC treatment at medium- and high-risk facial sites. SurgicalExpand
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Nevus of Ota associated with ipsilateral deafness.
Nevus of Ota is a benign pigmentary disorder that involves the skin innervated by the first and second branches of the trigeminal nerve. It is a dermal melanocytosis frequent in Oriental persons butExpand
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Dermoscopic Features of Plaque Psoriasis and Lichen Planus: New Observations
Background: Dermoscopic features of common inflammatory dermatoses are not well studied and previous reports on this topic are limited to the search of vascular features (capillaroscopy). Objective:Expand
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Adverse cutaneous reactions to interferon alfa-2b plus ribavirin therapy in patients with chronic hepatitis C virus.
currently considered the treatment of choice because it has Eczema 16 (7.6) demonstrated higher sustained viral response rates than interPrurigo 4 (1.9) feron monotherapy (1). Published studies onExpand
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Metastatic Eccrine Porocarcinoma: A 5.6‐Year Follow‐up Study of a Patient Treated With a Combined Therapeutic Protocol
BACKGROUND Metastatic eccrine porocarcinoma (EP) is an uncommon, malignant, and potentially lethal neoplasm that arises from the eccrine sweat glands. OBJECTIVE To present the 5.6-year follow-upExpand
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Dermoscopy of active lichen planus.
T HE LESIONS ARE FROM THE LOWER BACK OF a 34-year-old man (Figure 1), the wrist of a 45-year-old woman (Figure 2), and the leg of a 51-year-old woman (Figure3). All 3 lesions reveal a similarExpand
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Dermoscopy of port-wine stains.
T HE ILLUSTRATED PORT-WINE STAIN (PWS) lesions are from the leg of a 14-year-old girl (Figure 1), the face of a 25-year-old woman (Figure 2) (scaled in millimeters), the neck of an 11-year-old boyExpand
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