Items tagged “skin”

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Buschke-Ollendorff syndrome

Buschke-Ollendorff syndrome (BOS) comprises of osteopoikilosis associated with disseminated connective tissue and cutaneous yellowish naevi, predominantly on the extremities and trunk 1-2.   Recent genetic work has linked BOS to both isolated osteopoikilosis and melorheostosis 1. Historical co...
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Skin changes of mercury poisoning (mnemonic)

A mnemonic for the skin changes associated with mercury poisoning is: 5 Ps Mnemonic P: pink P: puffy P: painful P: paraesthesia P: peeling
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Lichen planus (mnemonic)

A mnemonic to describe the skin lesions associated with lichen planus is: 5 Ps Mnemonic P: planar P: polygonal P: pruritic P: purple P: papular
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Lichen aureus (mnemonic)

The skin changes of lichen aureus can be remembered with the following mnemonic: 5 Ps of lichen aureus Mnemonic pigmented purpuric papules in peripheral patches
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Epidermal inclusion cyst

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Hani Salam
Published 24 Jan 2010
46% complete
CTMRI
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Langerhans cells: histology

 Diagnosis not applicable
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 21 Mar 2010
38% complete
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Cutaneous neurofibromas (probable)

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Hani Salam
Published 10 Aug 2010
61% complete
X-rayCT
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Epidermal inclusion cyst

Epidermal inclusion cysts are common cutaneous lesions that represent proliferation of squamous epithelium within a confined space in the dermis or subdermis. Terminology Synonyms include "epidermoid cyst" and "epidermoid inclusion cyst". These are occasionally termed "sebaceous cyst", althoug...
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Mycosis fungoides

Mycosis fungoides (MF), also known as cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, is a type of malignant T-cell lymphoma that primarily involves the skin.  Epidemiology In the United States, it is more common in males and African Americans. In Europe, it accounts for ~6% of all non-Hodgkin lymphomas. It is rar...
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Trichilemmomas

Trichilemmomas are important due to their invariable association with Cowden syndrome. They are a benign cutaneous neoplasm that usually present on the head or face as a smooth or verrucoid lesion, and may be single or multiple. They may be mistaken for a basal cell carcinoma.
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Sacral dimple

Sacral dimples are a clinical and radiological feature that is associated with occult spinal dysraphism (e.g. tethered cord syndrome) but are more frequently a non-significant isolated finding. Epidemiology Common in healthy children (~5%) 1. Pathology Simple sacral dimples have the followin...
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Gastro-cutaneous fistula

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Roman Bernal Troetsch
Published 17 Jul 2015
91% complete
Fluoroscopy
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Granuloma annulare

Granuloma annulare is a benign idiopathic inflammatory disorder of the dermis, characterised by formation of dermal papules in young children. Clinical presentation Granuloma annulare has various clinical presentations: three cutaneous forms erythematous perforating generalised one subcut...
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Stevens Johnson syndrome

Stevens Johnson syndrome (SJS) is an acute inflammatory skin condition.  Terminology SJS is on a spectrum of disease with toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) at the more severe end. Terminology depending on how much surface area is involved 1,2: SJS: <10% SJS-TEN overlap: 10-30% TEN: >30% Epi...
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Clear cell hidradenoma (nodular hidradenoma)

Tumour centred wi...
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Mikkaela McCormack
Published 30 Mar 2016
91% complete
Pathology
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Focal dermal hypoplasia syndrome

Focal dermal hypoplasia syndrome is also known as Goltz syndrome, and is named confusingly similar to Gorlin-Goltz syndrome. Epidemology A rare disorder that follows X-linked dominant inheritance pattern. More commonly seen in males than female. Worldwide only 200-300 cases have been reported....

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