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Combined curettage and excision: a treatment method for primary basal cell carcinoma.
A retrospective study of 403 primary basal cell carcinomas treated with aggressive curettage followed immediately by excision revealed microscopic tumor present in the curettage margin in 64 (15.9%)Expand
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Microscopically Controlled Excision of Skin Tumors: Chemosurgery (Mohs): Fresh Tissue Technique
A variation of Mohs' technique, that is, microscopically controlled surgical excision is presented. The use of fresh tissue eliminates the need for zinc chloride paste. This substantially decreasesExpand
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Cosmetic dermatologic surgery.
This article deals with the office treatment of several common cosmetic problems. The topic of benign lesions is discussed, which includes the management of lentigines, milia, spider nevi,Expand
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ACANTHOSIS NIGRICANS-LIKE LESIONS FROM NICOTINIC ACID.
A case of acanthosis nigricans-like lesions caused by the ingestion of nicotinic acid is presented. The types of acanthosis nigricans, malignant, benign, and pseudo, are reviewed. Adenocarcinoma ofExpand
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Autoimmune progesterone urticaria.
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SKIN CANCER; TREATMENT BY CURETTAGE AND DESICCATION.
Treatment of 104 skin cancers (75 basal cell carcinomas and 29 squamous cell carcinomas) by curettage and desiccation resulted in a 96 per cent five-year cure rate. Similar cure rates have beenExpand
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Microscopically controlled excision of skin tumors.
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ACNE IN INFANCY.
Acne vulgaris is uncommon in infancy. Although nonspecific follicular occlusion is frequently seen due to application of oils to the face, true acne is unusual. The following is a case report ofExpand
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Microscopic‐controlled excision of cutaneous tumors. Chemosurgery, fresh tissue technique
A modification of Mohs' chemosurgery which eliminates the zinc chloride paste but follows the careful piece by piece excision, marking, and mapping has been developed for the treatment of cutaneousExpand
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Intradermal tests with autologous white blood cells in chronic discoid lupus erythematosus. systemic lupus erythematosus and control subjects.
In the past few years numerous auto-immune phenomena have been described in systemic lupus erythematosus (S.L.E.). Reactions against cellular components including whole nuclei (1-3), nucleoproteinExpand
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