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Manuel Valdebran, et al. Polypoid melanoma: a rare clinical subtype frequently confused with benign entities
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Masataka Satoh, et al. Henoch-Schönlein purpura (IgA vasculitis) developing after postoperative wound infection by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
Mehmet Eren Yuksel, et al. Sebaceous carcinoma of the forehead: Case report
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David Terrero, et al. Long-standing asymptomatic pretibial patch
Manel Yahia, et al. Lafora disease: A case report


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Original Article

Christiane Koudoukpo, Félix Atadokpede, Laouali Salissou, Françoise Assogba, Fabrice Akpadjan, Bérénice Degboe, Nadège Agbessi, Hugues Adégbidi

Conclusions: Delay in the consultation lengthens the deadline of healing of the hurts. The not hurt lesions whatever are their sizes have a deadline of healing longer than that of the hurt lesions. The results of this work should arouse other studies for new therapeutic perspectives of that affection.

Original Article

Kalegowda Deepadarshan, Bugude Gangadhar, Mallaiah Mallikarjun

Conclusion: The study concludes that various conditions comes under hypopigmentary disorders. More common in young adults. Most common scaly condition was pityriasis versicolor and non scaly condition was pre vitiligo. Proper counseling and ruling out Hansen’s disease is required to alleviate the patient’s anxiety.

Case Report

María Lorena Re Domínguez, Rosalba Riveros, Tatiana Moreno, Beatriz María Di Martino Ortiz, Mirtha Rodríguez Masi, Oilda Knopfelmacher, Lourdes Bolla de Lezcano

Conclusion: Torus Palatinus exostosis is a benign pathology, more common in women, and rare appearance after age 50; being asymptomatic in most patients, the finding is usually casual, hence the importance that general practitioners, dermatologists, dentists and pathologists are familiar with this disease, in order to make a correct diagnosis and management, avoiding perform surgical unnecessary treatments.

Case Report

Uwe Wollina

Conclusions: Intense exposure to arsenics during a relatively short period of 3 years bears a life-long health hazard with the delayed development of multiple in situ carcinomas and precancerous lesions. Chemoprevention with retinoids can induce a partial response.

Letter to the Editor

Manuel Valdebran, Amira Elbendary, Zachary Kolansky, Ritu Sainai, Elen Blochin

A 66 year-old male presented with a 2 cm verrucous, skin colored plaque on the scalp. Histologic examination revealed lobules of glycogenated epithelium with peripheral palisading and a prominent basement membrane. At the center of the lesion, cords of basaloid cells were noted within a dense sclerotic stroma. No atypical features were found in the neoplasm. Immunohistochemical studies were performed showing expression of CD34 in the tumor cells.


Case Report

María Lorena Re Domínguez, Beatriz Di Martino Ortiz, Mirtha Rodríguez Masi, Oilda Knopfelmacher Domínguez, Lourdes Bolla Argüello de Lezcano

Dermatoporosis is an emerging pathology inherent to the aging population, and deep dissecting hematoma is one of its major complications. Health professionals should know the symptoms and signs of this condition, as well as the risk factors involved, since diagnosis and treatment are important prognostic factors; and given the high cost involved, preventive measures should be applied as soon as possible.

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