Search Results for: hypertrichosis lanuginosa

Therapeutic Strategies in Dermatology

Epidermolysis Bullosa Acquisita: Overview

…s with experience with this drug. Nephrotoxicity, dose-dependent elevation of LFTs, immunosuppression, gingival hypertrophy, hypertrichosis, and neurologic side effects have all been reported. Toxic side effects are dose dependent, and can be…

Therapeutic Strategies in Dermatology

Alopecia: Treatment

…may complicate therapy and can be alleviated by application of a topical corticosteroid, such as triamcinolone 0.1% lotion. Hypertrichosis of other areas of the body, typically the face, may also occur but does not necessitate discontinuing the…

Histologic Diagnosis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases

Porphyria cutanea tarda

…proxen, and sulfonamides. Hydroa vacciniforme occurs in children who display no sclerodermoid changes, hyperpigmentation, or hypertrichosis. Sclerodermas are not associated with blisters. Acquired epidermolysis bullosa lacks sclerodermoid changes…

Clinical Case Studies

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…medical dermatologic diseases, all aspects of cutaneous laser surgery including treatment of vascular and pigmented lesions, hypertrichosis, photodamage, and scarring, and the evaluation and treatment of photoaging including the use of soft tissue…

Tufted hemangioma: clinical case and literature review

Tufted hemangioma: clinical case and literature review

…unk, neck or extremities [1,2]. They clinically present as patches or plaques, although subcutaneous masses may be seen [3]. Hypertrichosis and hyperhidrosis are sometimes present on the surface of plaques or surrounding the lesions. In children the…

Dermoscopy of alopecia areata—a retrospective analysis

Dermoscopy of alopecia areata—a retrospective analysis

…tion for six weeks, there was partial repigmentation of the depigmented area, but the treatment was stopped due to localized hypertrichosis [12]. Another study showed partial repigmentation of leukotrichia [13]. White peripilar sign was also seen in…

Multiple painful brownish plaques associated with local hyperhidrosis

Multiple painful brownish plaques associated with local hyperhidrosis

…c plaques. It is generally asymptomatic, but occasionally can be associated with pain and hyperhidrosis, and less frequently hypertrichosis [1,4]. The etiopathogenesis of EAH remains unknown. Some researchers have suggested that faulty interaction…