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Conclusions: After comparing the efficacy of Excimer light therapy, intralesional triamcinolone and 5% Minoxidil, it was concluded that intralesional triamcinolone seems to be the most efficacious. Multiple patches were more resistant than single patch. Scalp response much better than beard.
Neerja Puri, Manjinder Kaur
Conclusions: The multibacillary patients are more susceptible to neuritis as compared to the paucibacillary patients. The occurence of neuritis is a significant risk factor for disabilities in leprosy. Early diagnosis and treatment is important to reduce the load of infection.
Conclusions: The combination therapy (zonun’s regime) may be effective treatment for treatment of acne scars. It also helps in glowing of skin in this study. Further study on more number of patients will be needed to get effects of skin type and gender differences, and also the influence of severity of acne scars, on response of the treatment. Further study on safety profile is also needed.
Hristo Petrov Dobrev, Desislava Georgieva Nocheva
In this report we showed the characteristic dermatoscopic features that may assist the diagnosis of Pearly penile papules and differentiate them from genital warts and molluscum contagiosum.
Lourdes Rodríguez, Romina Contreras, Beatriz Di Martino Ortiz, Lourdes Bolla de Lezcano
1. The absence of affected family members or history of consanguinity in the case presented, and the fact that it appears in the context of a state of immunodeficiency leads to the diagnosis of Acquired Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis. 2. The gold standard for diagnosis is histopahology, although in this case no HPV serotypes have been identified, there were indirect histological signs of HPV-EV serotypes infection that all dermatopathologists should know.
Letter to the Editor
Takenobu Ohashi, Nobuyuki Kikuchi, Yuka Hanami, Takako Miura, Mikio Otsuka, Toshiyuki Yamamoto
The presence of tumor cells in abutment with the epidermis, or infiltration of tumor cells into the epidermis, may trigger transepidermal elimination of tumor cells. In a strict meaning, our case did not show transepidermal elimination, and thus we prefer to use the term of perforating melanoma.
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