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Clinical Case Studies

Nevus of Ota

…ted an increasing prominence of the pigmentation over the preceding 15 years. The patient had a history of severe adolescent acne vulgaris that was quiescent at the time of presentation. He was otherwise healthy and did not take any medications….

Multiple agminated lesions with homogeneous blue pattern on dermoscopy

Multiple agminated lesions with homogeneous blue pattern on dermoscopy

…ot exhibit the characteristic bluish agminated structures (Figure 3b) or clinical location. Finally, with dermoscopy, common acne shows yellowish or brownish follicular plugging and inflammation [1]. Dermoscopy may be a useful tool in the diagnosis…

What is Rosacea?

What is Rosacea?

…sacea describes patients with persistent facial erythema and transient papules and pustules, which is sometimes confused for acne vulgaris. Key clinical features that distinguish this rosacea subtype from acne vulgaris are the presence of flushing,…

Differential Diagnosis in Dermatopathology

Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus vs. Chronic radiation dermatitis

…sually affects adolescents, but may at times be seen in neonates and young adults. Virtually every adolescent is affected by acne vulgaris, if only in a mild form. In adolescents and young adults it may persist for years, whereas in neonates it…