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This case report describes a patient with unusual atrophic skin patches diagnosed as the Mitral valve, Aorta, Skin and Skeletal (MASS) phenotype of Marfan syndrome with an underlying FBN1 mutation.
This case series describes 8 patients with a telaprevir-associated morbilliform eruption who were able to continue antiviral therapy with dermatologic consultation and treatment including antihistamines, topical corticosteroids, and emollient creams.
This case report describes a woman with cutaneous polyarteritis nodosa and a man with recurrent urticaria in whom D-dimer levels rose and fell with disease activity and remission.
This cohort study describes the natural history of atopic dermatitis in children.
This case report describes involution of nevi with BRAFV600E mutations in a patient undergoing BRAFV600E inhibitor therapy, and growth or no change in wild type nevi.
Interview with Mina S. Ally, BSc, MBBS, author of The Use of Vismodegib to Shrink Keratocystic Odontogenic Tumors in Patients With Basal Cell Nevus Syndrome
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Hydraulic Expulsion of Tumbu Fly Larvae
Local infiltration of lidocaine, 1%, with 1:100 000 epinephrine at the base of the nodule was sufficient to expel 2 of the larvae without further manipulation.
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Lupus is an autoimmune disease which can affect patients internally and externally; most patients have some form of skin involvement. In this month's Patient Information Page, we present information about the various types of skin lupus, including acute lupus, subacute lupus, and chronic skin lupus (such as discoid lupus).
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