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Khalifa E. Sharquie, Adil A. Noaimi, Entesar A. Al-Janabi
Conclusions: Chemical peeling using 88% lactic acid is an effective mode of therapy for active acne vulgaris and acne scar in patient with dark complexion.
Hayder R. Al-Hamamy, Khalifa E. Sharquie, Adil A. Noaimi, Wajeeh N. Hussein
Conclusions: Erythromycin-zinc complex lotion was an effective and well tolerated topical therapy for mild to moderate inflammatory acne vulgaris and was more effective than erythromycin gel alone.
Zoya Hossenbaccus, Rajesh Jeewon
Conclusions: There is a high prevalence of skin problem noted among infants and toddlers. Children having parents with low socioeconomic status and low education level have a higher incidence of skin problem. The majority of parents show high concern on skin health of their children.
Manuel Valdebran, Martha Miniño
Conclusions: Even though psoriasis may cause a profound impact on the quality of life of children and adolescents the epidemiological data in the countries of Central America and the Caribbean is scarce.
Gladys Alejandra Paguaga, Orlando Rodas Pernillo, Helga María Sarti
Authors present a case of a 22-year-old female with multiple papules and nodules in trunk and limbs that after histopathological and immunochemical examination was compatible with Type D LyP. It is important to report this case, as a perfect example of an uncommon variant of LyP, with emphasis in its typical clinical, histopathological and inmunohistochemical findings and review of the literature.
Manna Valiathan, Swati Sharma, C. Balachandran
Authors described a case of MRH along with brief review of literature with unusual immunohistochemical expression of S-100 protein which is reported negative in majority of previously presented cases, however CD68 positivity confirmed the non-langerhans cell origin.
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