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A Clinical Atlas of 101 Common Skin Diseases

Psoriasis

…come scaly papules (guttate psoriasis) and well-demarcated plaques (plaque psoriasis) covered with white or silvery lamellar scale. If the process becomes widespread, commonly via an external or intrinsic trigger, an erythroderma results…

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Granuloma Annulare: Key Points

…ncludes tinea infection (which often presents with annular lesions on the dorsal hands as well, although tinea tends to have scale, whereas GA usually does not), sarcoidosis, other cutaneous granulomatous eruptions, and urticarial eruptions. A…

A Clinical Atlas of 101 Common Skin Diseases

Seborrheic Dermatitis

An inflammatory process that consists of tiny papules covered by prominent scales and localized typically to the “seborrheic region,” namely, scalp, forehead, eyebrows, malar eminences, paranasal and nasolabial folds, and retroauricular…

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Nummular Dermatitis: Overview

…rporis, contact dermatitis, parapsoriasis, and mycosis fungoides in any recalcitrant case. A KOH preparation is indicated if scale or an active border is present. Relapse is common if initial treatment is too brief or insufficient. Despite the bland…

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Seborrheic Dermatitis: Clinical Cases

Clinical Cases Case 1 Mild seborrheic dermatitis (face only) 65-year-old man long-standing erythema with overlying greasy scale on the nasolabial folds, melolabial folds, glabella, and chin Improves with sun exposure Initial treatment Ketoconazole…

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Seborrheic Dermatitis: Principles of Seborrheic Dermatitis Management

…e. For ears, consider a low-potency corticosteroid lotion. For eyelashes, use baby shampoo on a cotton ball to gently remove scale. For more severe cases, add a topical steroid. Seborrheic dermatitis of non-scalp regions is extremely…

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Candidiasis: Key Points

…tact or occlusion. Although the diagnosis is largely clinical, several tests may confirm the diagnosis. A KOH preparation of scale or pustule fluid contents will reveal pseudohyphae and possibly also yeast forms; oral candidiasis is caused only by…

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Candidiasis: Clinical Cases

…ithin the skin folds of the groin and infra-abdominal pannus, there are brightly erythematous macerated patches with minimal scale and satellite pustules KOH prep of fluid taken from unroofed pustule reveals pseudohyphae and yeast forms Diagnosis:…

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Warts: Clinical Cases

…ight (at home) Follow-up in 3 weeks 3-week follow-up evaluation Improved (lesion much smaller in size) Excess hyperkeratotic scale and dead skin debrided by scalpel Repeat cryosurgery and ongoing application of salicylic acid under occlusion…