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COVID-19 Special Issue

since 19. September 2020


Current Selected Articles

Original Article

Tanreet Kaur, Simplepreet Kaur

Conclusion: The use of face masks for extended hours without adequate precautions causes various cutaneous adverse effects. Thus, it is important to identify the risk factors precipitating mask-related facial dermatoses.

Original Article

Vikash Paudel, Deepa Chudal, Upama Paudel, Dwarika Prasad Shrestha

Conclusion: Non-venereal genital dermatoses are important yet less common dermatological conditions. A number of patients have misconceptions about them as venereal. A comprehensive study of non-venereal dermatological genital conditions is required for careful management to minimize morbidity.

Brief Report

Iqbal A. Bukhari

Conclusion: Sequential PDL therapy combined with superficial cryotherapy may be an option for treating hypertrophic scars and keloids.

Brief Report

Abdullah Mancy

Conclusion: Multiple factors have been associated with the appearance of epidemic-like attacks of chronic dermatophyte infections in Iraq in the last several years. Herein, we would like to shed light on these factors and the pathogens responsible.

Case Report

Ana Maria Abreu Velez, Amanda Bortle Thomason, Billie L. Jackson, Michael S. Howard

Conclusion: As the virus has detrimentally impacted the entire world, clinicians and scientists are still gathering data to explain not only the viral transmission, cellular pathway, and proper treatments but also to detect early symptoms of the disease and all effected organ systems. While this patient is considered high risk for reactivation of herpes zoster due to her age alone, we cannot rule out that her recent exposure to COVID-19 contributed to the sixty-plus-day duration of zoster rash. We conclude that repetitive outbreaks of herpes zoster and varicella, in a patient with previous COVID-19 exposure, are part of the dermatological manifestation of this disease. This disseminated herpes reactivation illustrates the unpredictable presentation of the virus, with the back lesion’s characteristic of classic shingles and abdominal lesions simulating chickenpox, with a non-dermatomal distribution pattern. The glypican 3 and CD138 biomarkers found in the biopsy sample support the concept that not only is the host immune system altered by the herpes infections, but also the possibility that their overexpression is due to the prior Coronavirus exposure. As more clinical findings are being reported before, during, and after COVID-19 exposure it is critical to consider these manifestations to fully understand this disease process.

Letter to the Editor

Siham Belmourida, Meriame Meziane, Nadia Ismaili, Laila Benzekri, Badreddine Hassam, Karima Senouci

Future studies on the immunological factors and predictors of PV relapses after the discontinuation of treatment would be useful to better understand the mechanisms of a relapse in pemphigus, with or without a phenotypic transition.

Supplement COVID-19 Special Issue 

Santhanakrishnaan Soundarya, Srinivasan Sundaramoorthy

Conclusion: Because the world is now facing an emergency crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, protection is of paramount importance so as to control the spread of the virus. Washing hands multiple times a day and the use of sanitizers and masks have become a part of the daily routine. A proper knowledge of the skin and of the adverse effects of personal protective equipment (PPE) will help patients in fighting against the pandemic without interruption.
Healthcare workers are more prone to various dermatological complications arising from existing diseases as well as to new skin eruptions. Poverty and the socioeconomic loss to the community and the government should be properly and carefully calculated and addressed so as to minimize mortality and loss of life. The world should unite without politics to conquer the pandemic and to save as many human lives as possible.

Jerzy Lasek, Piotr Brzeziński

COVID-19 pandemic which started in 2019 dramatically influenced healthcare systems all over the world. This epidemic affected both epidemiology and organization of management in patients after severe trauma. In many countries emergency departments suddenly were put under pressure by an overwhelming number of patients with COVID-19 infection and with acute respiratory insufficiency requiring respirator therapy in intensive care units (ICU). In many countries special guidelines for COVID-19 management have been established. In general the aim of the guidelines is to preserve the hospital capacity for the patients following both major and minor trauma by means of reorganization of local health systems and providing optimal trauma care.

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