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Observations: Porokeratosis is a dyskeratotic disorder of the skin characterized by hyperkeratotic papule or plaque with an annular appearance and usually diagnosed easily, both histopathologically and clinically. We present a case of linear porokeratosis which was most likely suggesting the linear epidermal nevus and linear lichen planus. We observed a(More)
The frequencies of clinical features of Behçet's disease vary in different studies according to the diagnostic criteria used in the study, the department where the study is done, and the ethnic origin of patients included in the study. In this study, we aimed to evaluate the influence of the length of the follow-up period of patients on the frequencies of(More)
Almost all granulomatous skin disorders can cause red lesions on the face. Such disorders may include many bacterial, fungal, or parasitic infections, noninfectious inflammatory disorders, foreign body reactions, and even neoplasms. Clinically, they usually present with papules, plaques, nodules, and/or abscesses, which may ulcerate. It may be helpful in(More)
Genodermatoses are not usually easily diagnosed by inexperienced physicians. We developed a computer program to aid their clinical diagnoses and compared its accuracy rate to those of five residents in dermatology. The database of the program contained the clinical findings of 100 genodermatoses. Findings related to the skin, its appendages, mucous(More)
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