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Uwe Wollina

31.05.2018
Secondary dengue fever infection

Uwe Wollina1and Jörn Lohmann2   1Department of Dermatology and Allergology and 2Centre for Travellers Medicine and Vaccination, Academic Teaching Hospital Dresden-Friedrichstadt, Friedrichstrasse 41, 01067 Dresden, Germany.   Introduction An estimated 100 million cases of dengue fever (DF) and 250,000 cases of dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF) occurs annually worldwide [1]. The past 20 years have seen […]

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24.04.2017
Posttraumatic painful subcutaneous oily cysts

Introduction The response of adipose tissue to blunt trauma varies depending on the force and type of impact (right angle or tangent): Typical variants include perilobular hemorrhage, contusion, disintegration of fat lobuli, and disintegration with development of a subcutaneous cavity [1].   Posttraumatic fat necrosis may be followed by lipoatrophy [2]. Posttraumatic pseudolipoma and posttraumatic […]

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21.07.2015
Primary anetoderma of Schweninger-Buzzi type – a cutaneous sign for prothrombotic stage

INTRODUCTION Anetodermas are rare disorders of the connective tissue characterized by localized elastolysis of dermal elastin and/ or fibrillin fibres. They can be subdivided into primary or connatal anetoderma and acquired anetoderma, with the latter being more common [1, 2]. Primary anetoderma often relates to infants prematurity [3]. A great variety of trigger factors have been identified for acquired anetoderma including […]

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25.09.2014
Poison oak contact dermatitis

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24.06.2014
Dermal cylindroma of the leg

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24.06.2014
Primary anetoderma of Schweninger-Buzzi type – a cutaneous sign for prothrombotic stage

INTRODUCTION Anetodermas are rare disorders of the connective tissue characterized by localized elastolysis of dermal elastin and/ or fibrillin fibres. They can be subdivided into primary or connatal anetoderma and acquired anetoderma, with the latter being more common [1, 2]. Primary anetoderma often relates to infants prematurity [3]. A great variety of trigger factors have been identified for acquired anetoderma including […]

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