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Original Article

Beata Sadowska, Marlena Sztormowska, Marika Gawinowska, Marta Chelminska

Conclusion: In patients with urticaria, both the IgE and non-IgE mechanism of MBS hypersensitivity has been demonstrated. Skin tests with a detailed medical history of potentially guilty foods may be helpful in determining sulfite hypersensitivity.

Original Article

Khalifa Sharquie, Raed I Jabbar

Conclusion: Papular mucinosis is a rare disease characterized by mucin deposition in the skin affecting mostly adult females. The face is commonly involved together with other areas such as the neck and upper arms, but the trunk and lower limbs are spared. It manifests itself with different clinical morphological cutaneous features. Papular granuloma annulare must be considered as an important differential diagnosis in all cases of papular mucinosis.

Original Article

Romita Bachaspatimayum, Guite Zamzachin, Thangjam Bijayanti Devi

Conclusion: GUD can take various forms of presentation. The available laboratory tests should be utilized. The possibility of mixed infections should always be kept in mind.


Brief Report

Sara Elloudi, Aida Oulehri, Hanane Baybay, Zakia Douhi, Fatima Zahra Mernissi

Conclusion: In the series, we were able to highlight the high-risk character of the subpopulation living in rural areas and the role of smoking as a major risk factor.

Case Report

Ramin Mofarrah, Nafiseh Jallab, Ramina Mofarrah, Kousar Jahani Amiri, Naghmeh Jallab

Erythema induratum without tuberculosis (TB), known as nodular vasculitis, is a rare disease found in middle-aged women, which usually manifests itself as subcutaneous erythematous nodules and plaques appearing on the posterior side of the lower extremities. Our case was especially rare and unique, being unassociated with tuberculosis and displaying lesions in unusual sites, such as the breast.

Letter to the Editor

Hiroki Furukawa, Junko Sowa-Osako, Toshiyuki Ozawa, Takashi Hashimoto, Daisuke Tsuruta

Our patient was socially vulnerable and did not receive enough public assistance. Fortunately, although scalp basal cell carcinomas are generally aggressive [5], and although the tumor in our patient was very large, it was not markedly invasive. However, our patient first refused the treatment of the mass. This was speculated to reflect the resignation from the treatment due to insufficient financial support and a sense of imminent death due to the severe disease. This case highlights the need for psychosocial care for patients with long-neglected externally visible masses of skin tumors.

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.

Odette Berline Sigha, Emmanuel Armand Kouotou

The impact of COVID-19 on classical dermatosis and on patients receiving immunosuppressive for chronical skin disease is yet to be known. We report a case of a 76-year-old patient consulting for a flare-up of psoriasis, developing in a context of fever and dyspnea not responding to classic antimalarial and anticough treatment. The chest scanner performed revealed areas of multifocal, bilateral and asymmetric frosted glasses, confirming with anamnestic data and clinical evidence a COVID-19 infection. The evolution was favorable both at the pulmonary and skin levels after 10 days. We reported a specific case of COVID-19 revealed by an outbreak of psoriasis. The immunological similarities between these two conditions suggest that COVID-19 infection may have played a role in triggering the flare.

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