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Twenty adult female patients with melasma were followed over a ten week clinical trial in which a combination of depigmenting agents was used daily. Past clinical experience and objective assessment point to enhanced efficacy of this simple depigmenting combination. Certainly, most of depigmenting agents at our command to date have been relatively… (More)
We have sequenced the complete coding region of the white gene of Lucilia cuprina. Strong sequence identity exists between this gene and its homologue from Drosophila melanogaster at both nucleotide and derived amino acid levels (68% and 78% respectively). The exon/intron structure of the two genes is also largely conserved, although the Lucilia gene… (More)
A 73-year-old man had developed a 27 x 60-mm seborrheic keratosis on his trunk. Some months previously, an 18 x 19-mm cauliflower-like area had developed within this seborrheic keratosis. Histologic examination showed a papillated squamous cell carcinoma in situ arising in a seborrheic keratosis. Seborrheic keratoses are the most common cutaneous neoplasms… (More)
A case of halo congenital nevus is reported in a fifteen year old Mexican-American girl with pre-existing vitiligo.
A patient with cheilitis granulomatosa and sialopenia is presented herein as a variant of the oligosymptomatic type of Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome. Evidence is presented to support its possible neurotrophic origin.
A patient with a cosmetically disfiguring swelling of his nipple for many years was found to have factitious mechanical pseudoainhum. The possibility of occult mechanical constriction as the cause of acute or chronic deformities of appendages is emphasized.