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Trichoscopy: essentials for the dermatologist
(World Journal of Dermatology, 2015-05-02)
Noninvasive in vivo imaging techniques have become an important diagnostic aid for dermatology. Dermoscopy, also known as dermatoscopy, has been shown to increase the clinician’s diagnostic accuracy ...
Subtle skin changes that suggest severe disease
(British medical journal, 2018-05-18)
Why methylene blue should be blacklisted in neonatology
(Journal of Respiratory Research, 2019)
We here present a case of neonatal skin damage due to application of methylene blue (MB) on a newborn's skin. MB use should be completely eliminated in neonatal intensive care units and nurseries, because ...
Platelet-rich plasma and its use for cicatricial and non-cicatricial alopecias: a narrative review
(Dermatology and Therapy, 2020-06)
The concept and description of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) started in the field of hematology and is being extensively used in other fields of medicine. Interest in the application of PRP has been ...
A linear lesion in a child with atopic dermatitis: not a coincidence
(Clinical Case Reports, 2019-07-25)
A blaschkolinear lesion in a patient with atopic dermatitis can be a superimposed segmental manifestation of this polygenic disorder. Knowledge of this phenomenon, presence of less severe, disseminated, ...
Neonatal mastauxe (breast enlargement of the newborn)
(Journal of Respiratory Research, 2019-09)
Neonatal Mastauxe (NM) represents a common, well known and physiologic condition that requires simple observation and parental reassurance. "Giant" NM (exceeding 3 cm of diameter) is an infrequent ...
The effectiveness of finasteride and dutasteride used for 3 years in women with androgenetic alopecia
(Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology, 2014-11-01)
Background: The effectiveness of finasteride and dutasteride in women with androgenetic alopecia has been the subject of debate. Aim: To evaluate the effectiveness of finasteride and dutasteride on ...
Isolated acute hemorrhagic edema of the eyelids
(Journal of Respiratory Research, 2019-12)
Perivascular epithelioid cell tumors (PEComas) are rare tumors which can arise in almost every body site. Little is still known about these tumors because of the limited number of cases described by far ...
Tricholeichomania by proxy
(Journal of Clinical Medical Research, 2020)
Use and misuse of PRP clinical trial proposal to help find PRP’s true efficacy
(Journal of Dermatological Research, 2018-04)
Introduction: Since the early 1970s, Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has been used in many fields as a potential remedy for having regenerative properties. In dermatology, its use is extended to different ...