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Miguel Curiel, MLT Sep 12
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Deborah Burton, MD 3h
The doctor becomes the patient! Just had a BUNCH of seborrheic keratoses (aka old lady moles per my daughter) frozen. Ummm I have to go work now feeling like a hive of bees are stinging my neck! 😳 How long does this last?
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Yun Xue 2h
The more I see calciphylaxis, the more I realize we only know the tip of the iceberg. Good thing Dr. Daniela Kroshinsky is giving us a lecture today on best practices based on her extensive experience!
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DermSoc 2h
We are onto the waiting list for DermSoc National Day. Please register to the waiting list if you are still interested as we expect some cancellations!
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Henry YANG Sep 8
Share a beautiful/ classic case of trichofolliculoma. Clinically , papule with central tuft of thin white hair; histologically, “ Caput Medusae “ pattern with central dilated follicular infundibular cyst and surrounding radiating immature vellus hairs. ,
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Swati Sharma Sep 10
Growth on the left toe for last 3 months.. Whats your diagnosis???
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Pathology CME 42m
We just blew your mind . All of our conferences are now free for trainees. All you need to do is follow us on Facebook & Twitter. See you there RT
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Research Network SL 6h
"My research interest is paediatric (a skin disease affecting children).” . Consultant in Carsten shared his research story to mark the 70th year of the NHS.
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Jerad Gardner, MD 15h
Molluscum can occur even in elderly patients. Not limited to kids! Great example by . Give him a follow to see some nice pics!
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Wigan Borough CCG 35m
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The PMFA Journal 55m
Our website now features 6 years worth of inspiring and innovative features, reviews and interviews in , surgery and - Discover them today for free at
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Dr. Abu Shria Medical Center Sep 12
Varicose Treatment Veins can bulge with pools of blood when they fail to circulate the blood properly. These visible and bulging veins, called varicose veins, are more common in the legs and thighs, but can develop anywhere in the body
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Steven Chen 16h
Agreed. We are at the ready to diagnose cardiac involvement in DRESS, but rarely see it. Certainly not close to 20% like in this paper. Maybe you’re right, and it’s a relatively late organ to be involved that we avoid with early steroids.
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BIODERMA Medical Sep 16
Treatment is seldom necessary for Gianotti-Crosti syndrome but progression is usually long, from 5 days to 12 months
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Aimee 53m
Gotta have the good old freckle check today. It's just part of being an adult (and a ginger). Oh what fun! :)
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Jerad Gardner, MD Sep 16
Most melanocytic skin lesions can be diagnosed by H&E, but in some cases, immunostains can be very useful. This video shows my basic approach to using to help distinguish nevus from .
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Affinity Bank 3h
We had such a great time talking with all the wonderful Dermatologists at the Atlanta Association for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery Tri-Annual Meeting this past weekend!
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BIODERMA Medical Sep 15
Incidence of necrotizing cellulitis = 2 to 4 cases per 100,000 inhabitants/year, i.e. 10 times the incidence rate for Lyell's syndrome
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Yun Xue 1h
Replying to @yunxuemd
14/ Thanks so much Dr. Kroshinsky for the comprehensive lecture! So many difficult systemic factors to balance when thinking about diagnosis, treatment, follow-up. Still so much to learn for calciphylaxis
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Dorothy Brown Sep 14
O.k. Basal Cell Carcinoma ! Let's be having you! clinic this morning. The little bu**er is doomed.
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