Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
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The evolving view of rosacea.
Epidemiologic trends in pediatric tinea capitis: A population-based study from Kaiser Permanente Northern California.
We sought to determine new epidemiologic trends for TC among northern California children from 1998 through 2007. Annual incidence of TC was based on diagnosis code or first-time antifungal prescriptions in all children up to age 15 years at Kaiser Permanente Northern California. An average of 672,3...
Drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis: An uncommon confounding oral mucosal overlap.
Assessment of interleukin-17 and vitamin D serum levels in psoriatic patients.
Obtaining rapid and effective hemostasis: Part II. Electrosurgery in patients with implantable cardiac devices.
Electrosurgery is an integral part of dermatology that is commonly used both to obtain hemostasis and to treat cutaneous lesions. However, it can cause many complications in patients with implantable devices. Because of the risk of electromagnetic interference, a variety of precautions are commonly...
Dermoscopy and confocal microscopy clues in the diagnosis of psoriasis and porokeratosis.
Cutaneous sarcoidal granuloma after botulinum toxin type A injection.
A therapeutic trial of antituberculous therapy for suspected lupus vulgaris: How long does it take to see clinical improvement?
The efficacy of pulsed dye laser treatment for inflammatory skin diseases: a systematic review.
We sought to systematically review all available literature concerning PDL treatment for inflammatory skin diseases and to propose a recommendation. We searched for publications dated between January 1992 and August 2011 in the database PubMed. All studies reporting on PDL treatment for an inflammat...
Whitish papule on the vulva.