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Mycosis fungoides: case report and literature review

Introduction Mycosis fungoides is the most prevalent type of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. The skin lesions can be very itchy and may include scaly thin red patches, raised thick plaques and skin nodules resembling mushrooms. The diagnosis is based on medical history, physical examination and skin biopsy results.   The malignant T-cell clone expands at the […]

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Skin tightening and fat reduction of double chin using Subdermal Induced Heat (S.I.H.) Technology – case report

We report here a case and show that subdermal induction heating technology also known as endodermal radiofrequency is one of the most effective applications of this treatment method. Possible contraindications should be considered and written down. The application of endodermal radiofrequency therapy (S.I.H.Technology) requires a comprehensive training, because to the current knowledge, the experience of […]

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Nd:YAG Photobiostimulation for treatment of Herpes zoster

Introduction Herpes zoster, commonly called shingles (or the flames of Satan), is a viral disease affecting the skin and nerves. The source of the disease is the same virus that causes varicella. One of its characteristics is to remain dormant in the body, nestled in the sensory ganglia of the dorsal roots of spinal nerves […]

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Clinical Experiences with an Antimicrobial Bed Equipment Using Zinc-Smartcel Fibers for Pronounced Atopic Dermatitis

Uwe Wollina, Nadine Schmidt, Diana Mühle, Gesina Hansel Introduction Neurodermatitis is a chronic inflammatory dermatosis from the group of atopic diseases. Essential pathophysiological aspects are the disturbance of the skin barrier function, the changes of the cell-mediated immunity, the IgE hyperreactivity and environmental influences. The interaction of genetic factors and environmental influences determine the severity […]

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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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Dysport®. Full-face approach for correction of mimic lines

Case Report A 54-year-old patient had severe horizontal wrinkles in the frontal area, vertical wrinkles in the glabellar area and crow’s feet. In addition, there were also changes in the lower third of the face in the form of activity of m. mentalis, m. DAO, m. platysma.   Furthermore, the patient had low tails of […]

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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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Acquired dermal smooth muscle hamartoma: a unique presentation simulating Becker’s nevus

INTRODUCTION Smooth muscle hamartoma (SMH) is derived from benign proliferation of smooth muscle bundles in the dermis [1]. It usually presents at birth or shortly thereafter. However, acquired lesions have also been reported, although considered extremely rare. Only 12 cases have been published in the English medical literature to date, five of which were believed to have originated from arrector pili […]

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Fig. 1: Slightly hyperpigmented plaque, composed of densely grouped papules on the left shoulder.

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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Poison oak contact dermatitis

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