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Aneta Gruchała, Konrad Marski, Anna Zalewska-Janowska

Conclusion: It can be concluded that in patients with frequent exacerbations of psoriasis, combination of both standard (topical agents, UV phototherapy, systemic agents) and psychotherapeutic intervention, could be of some benefit. More studies are required to show how these approaches could be used in clinical practice. However, at this stage more definite conclusions cannot be drawn.

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Ilona Paulauskaite, Audrone Eidukaite, Odilija Rudzevičiene, Rasa Orentaite

Conclusion: IL-33 is associated with pediatric AD. Blood, but not stool IL-33 testing can be used as a biomarker. sST2 showed no difference in AD.

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Issouf Konaté, Nina Nessine Korsaga/Somé, Arsène Hema, Samira Véronique Sanfo, Boukary Diallo, Jean Baptiste Andonaba, Fatou Barro/Traoré, Pascal Niamba, Adama Traoré

Conclusion: Dermatosis is common among workers who handle cement. They are dominated by keratoderma, mycotic dermatosis and cement contact dermatitis. Etiological investigations will be necessary in our context.

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Haby Dione, Pauline Diousse, Agbogbenkou Tévi Déla-dem Lawson, Mariama Bammo, Mame Diasse Ndiaye, Pape Souleymane Toure, Fatou Seck, Ndeye Ramatoulaye Diagne Gueye, Sylvie Audrey Diop, Bernard Marcel Diop, Mamadou Mourtalla Ka

Conclusion: Scabies of the child is still relevant. Its prevalence and complications make it a real health problem and can be life-threatening in children. The main objective remains prevention.

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Mohamed El Amraoui, Rachid Frikh, Naoufal Hjira, Mohammed Boui

Conclusion: HIV infection is a risk factor for venous thromboembolic complications for many reasons. Antiretrovirals have significantly improved the prognosis of this particular infection, but at the cost of complications including thrombogenic terrain and direct thrombogenic risk of anti proteases. This dimension must be taken into consideration in the management of seropositive patients.

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Bobak Hedayati, Manuel Valdebran, Amira Elbendary, Ruzeng Xue

Conclusion: Molluscul contagiosum is a self-resolving disease in immunocompetent individuals, however, it can be spread via direct skin contact. Therefore, it is important to properly diagnose these lesions when they present. As with many diseases, MC has classic and non-classic presentations. It is imperative that physicians are aware of the less common clinical, dermatoscopic and histopathologic variations that can manifest from this disease.

Sara Dahhouki, Rhizlane Chaoui, Selma El Kadiri, Zakia Douhi, Sara Elloudi, Hanane Baybay, Fatima Zahra Mernissi

Conclusion: Clinical diagnosis of hidrocystoma requires knowledge of differentiating characteristics in order to rule out other benign cystic lesions, and a biopsy must be obtained for histological study.

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