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Uwe Wollina, et al. Medical Leech Therapy (Hirudotherapy)
Khalifa E. Sharquie, et al. Porokeratosis of the scrotum
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Mercedes Lidia Hassan, et al. Lupus eritematoso crónico discoide hipertrófico simulando precursor de neoplasia de células escamosas
Ritu Rawat, et al. Graham Little Picardi Lassueur syndrome
Anuradha Calicut Kini Rao, et al. Sebaceoma of the lip originating in Fordyce's spot ? a rarity


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Original Article

Bharat Bhushan Mahajan, Sandeep Kaur

Conclusions: Majority of the patients with hand eczema had a significant impairment of their quality of life. There was a statistically significant impact of gender on hand eczema severity; although no correlation was found between DLQI and HECSI score in this study.

Original Article

Mohamad Abid Keen, Mohamad Hayat Bhat, Iffat Hassan, Parvaiz Ahmad Shah, Yasmeen Jabeen Bhat

Conclusion: The interaction between thyroid gland and skin is very complex. So, dermatologists need to be cognizant of the ways in which these two organs interact.

Brief Report

Beatriz Di Martino Ortiz, María Laura Sánchez, Celeste Valiente, Gabriela Martínez, Mirtha Rodriguez Masi, Oilda Knopfelmacher, Lourdes Bolla de Lezcano

Conclusion: Leprosy in children is more common than is reported, especially in endemic areas. In <5 years, the disease is very rare. More than half of the cases of children with leprosy have a positive contact. It is considered that in <5 years the spread is always intradomiciliary; this shows the importance of monitoring contacts, which will be possible with the determination of all stakeholders in order to banish the undetected cases and prevent damage.

Case Report

Laouali Salissou, Saidou Mamadou, Rachid Sani, Nouhou Hassan

Conclusions: Authors report the case of a 14-year-old girl afflicted with a giant cervico-facial mycetoma. The patient was born to poor and illiterate parents in a rural area of the Diffa province, at 1500 km from the capital city of Niamey. Histological examination of a biopsy specimen allowed a diagnosis of actinomycetoma due to Streptomyces somaliensis. The patient showed a remarkable sensitivity to ketoconazole, but she ultimately died due to a lack of sufficient medication.

Clinical Image

Hristo Dobrev, Reni Hristova

Authors report a 3-year-old girl with onychomadesis on big toes, 2nd left finger, and 1st right finger since 4 weeks. Five weeks before that, she suffered from fever, maculopapular and vesicular rash involving his hands, feet and mouth that was diagnosed as Hand-foot-mouth disease. Onychoscopy with polarized light and magnification ×20 well demonstrated the separation of nail plate from the proximal nail bed with subsequent shedding of the nails.


Letter to the Editor

Yuka Inamura, Shinya Kitamura, Keisuke Imafuku, Hiroo Hata, Hiroshi Shimizu

A 67-year-old Japanese woman referred to our hospital complaining of a reddish nodule on her vulva with four months history. Physical examination revealed a reddish nodule measuring approximately 20 × 20 × 8 mm on the right labia minora. A biopsy specimen from the nodule showed typical findings of SCC. Computed tomography (CT) scan showed no evidence of metastasis to the other organs. The tumor was completely excised by using the butterfly excision and both inguinal region lymphadenectomy. One year after the primary operation, CT scan showed multiple pulmonary nodules and they were diagnosed as multiple pulmonary metastases. The treatment with cis-daimminedichloroplatin (cisplatin) and 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) (high dose FP; cisplatin 80 mg/m2, 5-FU 800mg/m2) was started.
In presenting case, the patient had treated with high dose FP and TS-1 as the additional chemotherapy after surgical treatment without radiation therapy, and her condition has been kept for SD for three years up to the present.
In conclusion, the regimen of combination with high dose FP and TS-1 might be new treatment option for advanced vulvar SCC.

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