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Successful treatment of widespread, hyperkeratotic skin lesions with topical tretinoin 0.05%
eMediNexus, 30 July 2021
#Dermatology
A report describes a case of a 23-year-old female who had widespread skin lesions present since the age of 2 5 years She gave a history of developing a brown macular lesion on her right ...MORE
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Efficacy and safety of laser combination therapy and laser alone therapy for keloid: a systematic review and meta-analysis
eMediNexus, 30 July 2021
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A study evaluated the efficacy and safety of laser alone therapy and laser combination therapy for keloid by utilizing data extracted from PubMed Embase and Web of Science ...MORE
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Hyperpigmentation in a Chinese family with autosomal dominant Cole disease
eMediNexus, 30 July 2021
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Cole disease OMIM 615522 is understood to be caused by mutations in ENPP1 It rsquo s a rare autosomal dominant or recessive genodermatosis characterized by guttate hypopigmentation and ...MORE
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Metabolic Disorders/Obesity Is a Primary Risk Factor in Hidradenitis Suppurativa: An Immunohistochemical Real-World Approach
eMediNexus, 30 July 2021
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Hidradenitis suppurativa HS an inflammatory potentially scarring disease of the hair follicle affects the apocrine gland-bearing skin areas Obesity and smoking are considered to be t ...MORE
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Microdermabrasion
eMediNexus, 30 July 2021
#Dermatology
Microdermabrasion MDA a minimally invasive epidermal resurfacing procedure is employed to treat uneven skin tone texture photoaging striae melasma and scars including acne scars ...MORE
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Anti-Pigmentary Natural Compounds and Their Mode of Action - Arbutin
eMediNexus, 30 July 2021
#Dermatology
Hyper-activated melanocytes are known to be the primary cause of skin hyper-pigmentary disorders such as freckles and melasma The researchers found that most of the plant-derived skin-wh ...MORE
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