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The validity and practicality of sun-reactive skin types I through VI.
lTlhe concept of sun-reactive "skin typing" was r created in 1975'for a specific need: to be able to classify persons aitlt ultife skininu4s11q ss1sc111s correct initial doses of ultraviolet A (UVA)Expand
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Dermatology in general medicine
Introduction biology and pathophysiology of skin disorders presenting in the skin and mucous membranes dermatology and internal medicine diseases due to microbial agents therapeutics paediatric andExpand
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Melasma: a clinical, light microscopic, ultrastructural, and immunofluorescence study.
Melasma is an acquired brown hypermelanosis of the face. Although it is thought that melasma is associated with multiple etiologic factors (pregnancy, gastric, racial, and endocrine), one of theExpand
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Dermatology in general medicine : textbook and atlas
Make more knowledge even in less time every day. You may not always spend your time and money to go abroad and get the experience and knowledge by yourself. Reading is a good alternative to do inExpand
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Subcellular localization of melanin biosynthesis.
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Photochemotherapy of psoriasis with oral methoxsalen and longwave ultraviolet light.
Abstract Oral administration of a photoactive drug, 8-methoxypsoralen (methoxsalen), followed by exposure to a high-intensity, longwave ultraviolet-light system resulted in complete clearing ofExpand
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Biochemistry of melanin formation.
ELANIN PIGMENTATION has aroused the curiosity and attention of man since the beginning of recorded history. This interest stems in part from the social, protective and cosmetic significance ofExpand
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Oral methoxsalen photochemotherapy for the treatment of psoriasis: a cooperative clinical trial.
Extensive psoriasis in 1,308 patients has been treated two or three times a week with oral 8-methoxypsoralen followed by high intensity, long-wave ultraviolet light (PUVA). Excluding 169 patientsExpand
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Color atlas and synopsis of clinical dermatology : common and serious diseases
Part I: DISORDERS PRESENTING IN THE SKIN AND MUCOUS MEMBRANES. Part II:DERMATOLOGY AND INTERNAL MEDICINE. Part III: DISEASES DUE TO MICROBIAL AGENTS. Part IV: SKIN SIGNS OF HAIR, NAIL, AND MUCOSALExpand
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Risk factors for cutaneous melanoma. A practical method of recognizing predisposed individuals.
Cutaneous melanoma is rapidly becoming a potentially curable cancer if it is detected and properly treated in an early phase of development. Unlike other cancers, which are usually hidden fromExpand
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