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Dermoscopy in the Diagnosis of Inflammatory Dermatoses: Systematic Review Findings Reported for Psoriasis, Lupus, and Lichen Planus

Dermoscopy in the Diagnosis of Inflammatory Dermatoses: Systematic Review Findings Reported for Psoriasis, Lupus, and Lichen Planus

| April 1, 2018

by Lauren C. Cook, MD; Courtney Hanna, MPH; Galen T. Foulke, MD; and Elizabeth V. Seiverling, MD Drs. Cook, Foulke, and Seiverling are with the Department of Dermatology, Dr. Seiverling is also with the Department of Family and Community Medicine, and Ms. Hanna is with the Penn State College of Medicine­—all with the Penn State […]

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Drug-Provoked Psoriasis: Is It Drug Induced or Drug Aggravated? Understanding Pathophysiology and Clinical Relevance

Drug-Provoked Psoriasis: Is It Drug Induced or Drug Aggravated? Understanding Pathophysiology and Clinical Relevance

| January 14, 2010 | 0 Comments

Grace K. Kim, DO, Dermatology Research Fellow, Mohave Skin & Cancer Clinics, Las Vegas, Nevada; James Q. Del Rosso, DO, Dermatology Residency Director, Valley Hospital Medical Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Director of Dermatology Research, Mohave Skin & Cancer Clinics, Las Vegas, Nevada Abstract Psoriasis is a commonly encountered dermatosis with a variety of internal […]

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Cutaneous Tuberculosis: A Practical Case Report and Review for the Dermatologist

Cutaneous Tuberculosis: A Practical Case Report and Review for the Dermatologist

| October 6, 2009 | 0 Comments

Amylynne Frankel, MD; Carolin Penrose, MD; Jason Emer, MD Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Department of Dermatology, New York, New York Abstract Cutaneous tuberculosis occurs rarely, despite a high and increasing prevalence of tuberculosis worldwide. Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Mycobacterrium bovis, and the Bacille Calmette-Guérin vaccine can cause tuberculosis involving the skin. Cutaneous tuberculosis can be acquired […]

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