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Self-involution of a solitary keratoacanthoma: A case report with photographic documentation

11 monthes ago   |   By Journal of Cutaneous Online

Stephanie Saavedra-Portales, Eduardo Corradini, Yerco Goldman, Alvaro Pantoja
Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery 2021 14(4):433-435
Keratoacanthoma is a common and distinctive cutaneous neoplasm that behaves in a benign fashion, displaying rapid growth followed by spontaneous involution. Clinical and histological examinations are essential to confirm this diagnosis, although differentiating KA from squamous cell carcinoma is often difficult. In general, complete surgical excision is a standard of care for solitary KAs; however, the conservative approach could be considered in some...
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Healing of a large wound defect post debridement, with PRF therapy and high dose oral vitamin C, in a patient of severe irritant contact dermatitis due to slaked lime: A case report

11 monthes ago   |   By Journal of Cutaneous Online

Shashank Bansod
Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery 2021 14(4):420-425
Platelet-rich blood concentrates have been used to accelerate healing process in wounds and in bones since many decades worldwide. Platelet-rich fibrin is a relatively new and established therapy, utilizing platelets and leucocytes trapped in fibrin matrix, for the treatment of non-healing ulcers and wounds. Many large series are available in this subject to prove its efficacy. Our patient, a known case of eczema, had applied slaked lime over an eczematous lesion on right leg and surrounding area, after which he...
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Dr Pierre Bouhanna, l'expert du capillaire

Par Thierry Piolatto Pour l'amour du cuir chevelu, il lui a consacré sa vie et ses ouvrages. Le Docteur Pierre Bouhanna est dermatologue chirurgien exclusif... Read more ...

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Bilateral breast augmentation has been the top surgical procedure performed world-wide by plastic surgeons for the past 5 years. Complex breast revision patients are... Read more ...

“Flap management of Groin Wounds Following Vascular Procedures: A Review of...

Groin dehiscence following vascular procedures results in morbidity for patients with peripheral vascular disease. Controversy exists around the indications for flap coverage... Read more ...

Lymphatic flow velocity is a predictor for functional lymphatic vessels for...

Indocyanine green lymphography is widely used to localize functional lymphatic vessels for lymphaticovenous anastomosis ; however, flow velocity is rarely assessed. We aimed to... Read more ...

Development of a Deep Learning-Based Tool to Assist Wound Classification

This paper presents a deep learning-based wound classification tool that can assist medical personnel in non-wound care specialization to classify five key wound conditions... Read more ...

Management of vaginal laxity through bilateral wall tightening without...

Vaginal tightening or vaginoplasty has been gaining popularity, while validated methods of evaluation and treatment are still lacking. Herein, we describe a bilateral wall... Read more ...

The Effect of Botulinum Neurotoxin A on Soft Tissue Complications in...

Intraoral reconstruction has become more common in recent years. Patients may have complications due to hypersalivation. This issue can be overcomed with the aid of reducing... Read more ...

Tissue Buccal Fat Pad- Stromal Vascular Fraction as a Safe Source in...

The purpose of this study was to examine the biological properties of the buccal fat pad -derived tissue stromal vascular fraction in vitro, and compare them with BFP-derived... Read more ...

Management of purpura fulminans skin loss at a regional burns centre...

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