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Case Report/Case Series | September 30, 2015 FREE ONLINE FIRST

Sporadic Angioma With Somatic Mutation Developing During VEGF Inhibitor Treatment

This case report describes a patient with metastatic rectal cancer who developed a spontaneous proliferative angioma with a somatic mutation in the gene encoding VEGFR2 while being treated with a VEGFR2 inhibitor.

Case Report/Case Series | September 23, 2015 FREE ONLINE FIRST

Low-Dose, High Dose-Rate Brachytherapy for T-Cell Lymphoma

This case series of 7 patients describes the use of low-dose, high dose-rate brachytherapy in the treatment of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma.
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Case Report/Case Series | September 16, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Growth Attenuation of Cutaneous Angiosarcoma With Beta-Blockade

This case report describes attenuation of growth of a cutaneous angiosarcoma with propranolol monotherapy, and tumor regression with propranolol, paclitaxel poliglumex, and radiotherapy.

Original Investigation | September 9, 2015 FREE ONLINE FIRST

Pain Perception With Botulinum Toxin Type A Injections

This study used within-patient randomization of botulinum toxin injections to compare pain outcomes with use of 30- vs 32-gauge needles among women undergoing treatment for moderate forehead and glabellar wrinkles.

Case Report/Case Series | September 2, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Effect of Quadrivalent HPV Vaccination on Oral Squamous Cell Papilloma

This case report and literature review describes 1 patient with recurrent oral papillomas caused by HPV-32 that completely resolved after quadrivalent HPV vaccination and 8 cases of recalcitrant and disseminated warts that similarly resolved after quadrivalent HPV vaccination.

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Efficacy of Intralesional Botulinum Toxin A for Treatment of Painful Cutaneous Leiomyomas A Randomized Clinical Trial

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Findings include enanthema, edema and pseudomembranes of the epiglottis, and laryngeal vestibule enanthema without involvement of the vocal cords.

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Asymptomatic Papular Eruption in a Teenage Boy

A healthy teenaged boy was seen with a papular eruption on the trunk and legs of 3 months’ duration. He had initially developed lesions on his legs, which then spread to his neck, chest, and buttocks.

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This month's Patient Information Page describes venous leg ulcers, a common form of chronic ulcer attributable to venous valvular insufficiency in the leg, and discusses how to improve blood flow and circulation to help heal these often-recalcitrant wounds.

JAMA Dermatology Patient Page Collection

Past JAMA Dermatology Patient Pages are available here. Topics include bullous pemphigoid, basal cell carcinoma, morphea (localized scleroderma), squamous cell carcinoma, cutaneous lupus erythematosus, and more.

Patient Identifiability in JAMA Dermatology

morphea Robinson et al highlight the importance of quality clinical photographs, patient consent forms, and patient privacy issues in submissions to JAMA Dermatology.

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