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Gunasti, Suhan - - 2010
Lichen planus pemphigoides (LPP) is a rare, acquired and autoimmune disorder. LPP clinically, histologically and immunologically appears to be a combination of lichen planus and bullous pemphigoides. LPP is usually idiopathic but some cases have been associated with drugs, phototherapy, infections and malignancy. It has different clinical variants such as ...
Canpolat, Filiz - - 2010
Kaposi's varicelliform eruption is a widespread viral infection frequently caused by herpes simplex virus types 1 and 2, and less frequently Coxsackie A-16 and vaccinia virus superimposed on a pre-existing dermatosis. It is often associated with atopic dermatitis. The topical immunomodulator pimecrolimus have proven effective in managing atopic dermatitis. Reported ...
Turkmen, Meltem - - 2010
Corynebacteria are Gram-positive, non-sporulated, non-capsulated, aerobic diphtheroid bacteria accounting for nearly 50% of the natural skin biocene. This bacterial family is responsible for various skin diseases such as cutaneous diphteria, cromhydrosis, bromhydrosis but the most common of them are pitted keratolysis, trichobacteriosis and erythrasma. A warm and moist environment and ...
Durusoy, Cicek - - 2010
Aims: To determine the prevalence rate and types of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use among patients diagnosed with acne vulgaris (AV) or melasma, and to identify the factors influencing the use of CAM.
Savk, Ekin - - 2010
Objective: We aimed to learn about patients' feelings and thoughts regarding phototherapy/photochemotherapy.
Celik, Taliha - - 2010
Objective: In this study, we aimed to evaluate the relationship between psychiatric symptoms and alopecia areata, acne vulgaris which have their places among psychosomatic dermatoses and the effects of treatment on psychiatric symptoms.
Balci, Didem - - 2009
Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH) of the vulva is rare. A 32 year-old woman presented with a two year history of non-healing vulvar ulceration and a nine month history of ulcerative nodular lesion in the left inguinal region. Biopsy results of the vulva and inguinal lesions were consistent with LCH. Screening ...
Tekin, Sibel - - 2009
A nine-year old girl admitted to our clinic with two months history of itchy skin eruption, initially started on the arms and then disseminated to all the body including the face. Dermatological examination revealed extensive papulosquamous lesions covered with hemorrhagic crust and central necrosis. Clinically the diagnosis was thought to ...
Aksoy, Berna - - 2009
Morbus Morbihan is also described as a chronic lymphedema related to rosacea and characterized with hard nonpitting edema localized to the upper central face clinically. The other typical features are nonpathologic laboratory and histopathological findings and resistance to various therapies. Forty-three years old female patient applied to the outpatient clinic ...
Kulluk, Pinar - - 2009
Psoriasis is a common, chronic and inflammatory disease of the skin. Nail changes are frequent in psoriasis and being found in up to 50 percent of patients. Despite recent therapeutic advances, the management of nail psoriasis remains long time and sometimes unsatisfactory. We aimed in this article to review diagnostic ...
Yazganoglu, K. - - 2009
Objective: Condyloma acuminata (CA) in children needs a special approach. Our purpose was to review the children with CA to find the clinical features, possible transmission modes and treatment modalities.
Turkmen, Meltem - - 2009
A 60-year-old man presented with a seven-month history of recurrent swelling, pain and warmth of bilateral ears and a four month history of coughing, tenderness over trachea. Dermatological examination revealed redness, swelling and tenderness of the cartilaginous portion of the ears. A biopsy showed perichondrial lymphocytes and neutrophilic infiltration and ...
Ergin, Sibel - - 2009
Perianal cellulitis also known as perianal streptococcal dermatitis is an infection which is particularly caused by group A beta-hemolytic streptococci. However, a variety of other aerobic and anaerobic microorganisms had been reported to be capable of causing perianal cellulitis. Induction and/or exacerbation of guttate psoriasis may follow streptococcal infection of ...
Uygur, Fatih - - 2009
Keratoacanthoma (KA) is a fairly common keratinizing, squamous neoplasm. The exact etiology of KA is unknown. However, ultraviolet radiation, trauma, chemical carcinogens, viral infections, immunosuppression, genetic factors, radiation and thermal burns have been accused of pathogenesis. In here, we represent an unusual huge KA arising from the previous reconstructed with ...
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