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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.

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Treatment of Onychomycosis – A Clinical Evaluation of Laser Therapy

Introduction Nail fungus, also known as onychomycosis or tinea unguium is an infection of the toe- or fingernail through dermatophyte. Nail fungus is typically yeast or mould based [16]. 90 % of the cases of onychomycosis are through dermatophyte of the species Trichophyton rubrum or T. mentagrophytes [4, 9]. There are many factors that can […]

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Treatment of Onychomycosis

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Post Marketing Study of Safety and Efficacy of Crystalys, a Calcium Hydroxyapatite Based Filler for Facial Soft Tissue Augmentation

In this post marketing study our primary objective was to assess the safety of Crystalys, a new calcium hydroxyapatite based filler, in subjects who received sub-dermal or deep-dermal injections for facial soft tissue augmentation. The secondary objective was to evaluate the performance of Crystalys within six months of injection.

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