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Dermatology

A case study on Eosinophilic folliculitis

An association between wearing protective gear and eosinophilic folliculitis has not been reported. We aimed to investigate such during the COVID‐19 pandemic. In three outpatient clinics, we hand‐reviewed records of all patients...

Fake News on dermatology

Social networks have become a means for disseminating information on health‐related matters. Describe the characteristics and analyze the dermatology content’s accuracy most often shared on the most popular social networks. The...

A review on Acquired ungual fibrokeratoma

Acquired ungual fibrokeratomas or AUFKs are benign recurrent fibrokeratotic tumors of the nail unit of uncertain etiology. Little is known about the optimal modality to treat these lesions successfully. No systematic review...

An overview for dermatologists regarding COVID-19

The experts and researchers of Wuhan, China, reported numerous unexplained pneumonia cases to the World Health Organization, also known as WHO, in December 2020. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus−2 (SARS‐CoV‐2), a...

A comprehensive study on Laugier‐Hunziker syndrome

Laugier‐Hunziker syndrome, also known as LHS, is an infrequent, idiopathic pigmentary disorder. It affects the lips and oral mucosa primarily. Until now, doctors have diagnosed only 200 patients with LHS syndrome worldwide. And...

Melanomas of the scalp

Melanomas of the scalp are usually thicker and show a worse prognosis than other sites and other head and neck melanomas. One hypothesis to explain this aggressive behavior could be diagnosis delay attributed to hair concealment...

A review on Dermatologic uses of bloodroot.

Bloodroot, scientifically known as Sanguinaria canadensis, is a plant native to North America, containing bioactive compounds that interrupt biological processes. It has been around for centuries and is known for its medicinal...

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