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Psoriasis: Principles of Psoriasis Management

…0.1% Fluocinonide cream or ointment 0.05% Clobetasol lotion, spray, cream, or ointment 0.05% Twice daily Corticosteroids in adulthood psoriasis Site Mild disease Moderate severity Severe disease Frequency Face, axillae, groin Hydrocortisone 1% or…

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Vitiligo: Treatment

…inocyte cell suspensions may be considered only in patients with stable vitiligo (defined as an individual that has shown no disease progression over a period of a few years). Extensive disease, >10% body surface area First-line therapy:…

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Drug Eruptions: Clinical Cases

Clinical Cases Case 1 16-year-old girl with history of cutaneous wound infection Presents with morbilliform eruption 6 days after starting cephalosporin antibiotic No systemic symptoms Reports pruritus Initial evaluation Patient is well-appearing…

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Eosinophilic Fasciitis: Overview

Overview Eosinophilic fasciitis is distinguished from scleroderma by its acute onset; its lack of hand and foot or visceral involvement; the characteristic involvement of the extremities (usually distal legs and arms); its tendency to spontaneously…

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Erysipelas/Cellulitis: Clinical Cases

…lexin 500 mg four times daily Follow-up evaluation in outpatient clinic in 10 days (resolved) Case 2 40-year-old woman Rapid onset of erythema and swelling of the left ear Febrile, feels unwell No history of trauma to the ear No topical medications…

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Xerosis: Overview

…ermatitis. The recent onset of generalized xerosis, with or without pruritus, can reflect underlying metabolic or neoplastic disease. Recalcitrant xerosis with secondary pruritus can be the harbinger of systemic disease. If the above intensive…

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Lichen Planus: Clinical Cases

…er and distribution Patient is not certain where to apply medication Switched to dexamethasone swish/spit: 5 cc t.i.d. (when disease is active) Nystatin troches (used daily to b.i.d.) are also given, to be used with dexamethasone use Disease

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Allergic Contact Dermatitis: Key Points

…itant or an allergic origin. Distinguishing between these entities can be informed by a careful history, including timing of onset of symptoms. Allergic contact dermatitis is caused by a delayed-type hypersensitivity (DTH), or Type IV…

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Alopecia: Clinical Cases

…healthy boy with sudden onset of asymptomatic hair loss in patchy areas on the scalp vertex No family history of autoimmune disease, including vitiligo or autoimmune thyroiditis Review of systems does not reveal evidence of hair-pulling,…

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