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2021-06-05 Research Article

Artemisia Naphta: A novel oil extract for sensitive and acne prone skin

Kan Tao, Lili Guo, Jose Fernandez, Corey Webb, Junfeng Liu, Xincheng Hu, Dan Yang and Edwardo Perez*


Background: The plant Artemisia annua has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for many years. Rich in bioactive molecules, the A. annua plant is used to extract the anti-malaria compound artemisinin (< 1%), which results in most of the plant being unutilized. One byp...

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2021-05-12 Letter to the Editor

Follicular psoriasis: a poorly known presentation

Khallaayoune M*, Mansouri S, Sialiti S and Hassam B


Follicular psoriasis is an uncommon diagnosis and probably the least well-known subtype of psoriasis. Hence, we report the clinical and histological findings of follicular psoriasis in one patient to raise awareness of this rare entity.

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2021-04-30 Clinical Image

58-year-old male patient who came to the dermatology service for a clinical picture

Francisco Javier Torres-Gómez*

58-year-old male patient who came to the dermatology service for a clinical picture consisting of generalized erythematous scaly and pruritic lesions of 2 years of evolution. The clinical judgments provided were: pityriasis versicolor, drop psoriasis, pityriasis rubra pilaris and secondary syphil...

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2021-04-28 Research Article

Drug Eruptions at Patients in Consultation at the Dermatology Department of the Dermatology Teaching Hospital in Bamako, Mali: Epidemiological, Clinical and Etiological Study

Yamoussa Karabinta*, Mamadou Gassama, Aboubakar Hemedi Gassama, Adama Dicko, Hawa Sanogo, Karambe Tenin, Chata Traoré, Mamourou Diakité, Chaka Koné, Sounkalo Dao, Yannick Mukendi, Moussa Savané and Faye Ousmane Faye

The administration of a drug substance is an essential step in the management of a patient. It aims either to cure the patient, to prevent a given disease or sometimes to help with the diagnosis. Unfortunately, the action of the drug can go beyond the desired effect, and cause skin-mucous acciden...

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2021-04-07 Research Article

Clinical and epidemiological differences in the course of psoriasis in children depending on Vitamin D levels and genotypes of the TaqI polymorphic variant of the VDR gene

Murzina Elvina*


When grouping children with psoriasis depending on TaqI (T/C) genotypes of the VDR gene, the youngest age of disease onset and the longest duration of dermatitis (5.60 ± 0.77 years and 4.90 ± 0.68 years, respectively) showed up in case of the CC genotype. In case ...

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2021-01-20 Review Article

The coral crunch: Amyloidoma

Anubha Bajaj*


Amyloidoma is an exceptional, progressive disorder demonstrating a characteristic accumulation of significant quantities of amyloid within soft tissues. Amyloidoma is additionally nomenclated as tumoural amyloidosis, nodular amyloid or localized amyloidosis. Furthermore, insul...

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2020-12-23 Case Report

Maculopapular delayed exanthema due to ranitidine

Pilar Hernández Alfonso*, Idoia González Mahave, Irene Vidal Oribe, Mª Dolores del Pozo Gil, Mónica Venturini Díaz and Teófilo Lobera Labairu


Ranitidine is a widely used drug in Europe and its intake is usually well tolerated. Hypersensitivity reactions due to ranitidine are uncommon. The immediate mild reactions type are the most prevalent. In some special cases a delayed type reaction such as contact dermatitis o...

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2020-12-15 Review Article

The blubbery protrusions: Lipoma arborescens

Anubha Bajaj*

Lipoma arborescens is an exceptional condition comprised of frond-like excrescences of mature adipose tissue. The condition was originally described by Albert Hoffa in 1904 with characteristic morphology of macroscopic, villous, frond- like excrescences recapitulating a tree-like appearance, as d...

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2020-05-21 Case Report

Bee venom: a case of effectiveness on skin varicosities veins with review of its dermatological benefits

Mohamed El Amraoui*, Rachid Frikh, Naoufal Hjira and Mohammed Boui


Bee venom is a very rich and varied biochemical complex, which explains the multitude of its physiological effects as well as its medical indications. In dermatology, apart from psoriasis, few studies have been conducted concerning its interest and effectiveness; however the ...

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2020-02-21 Research Article

Leprosy persistence in the health district of Kenieba despite its elimination as a public health problem at the national level in Mali

Yaya Ibrahim Coulibaly, Ilo Dicko*, Modibo Keita, Housseini Dolo, Modibo Sangaré, Abdoulaye Fomba, Mamoudou Kodio, Nouhou Diarra, Mamadou Sidibé, Oumar Maiga, Moussa Brema Sangaré, Siaka Yamoussa Coulibaly, Michel Emmanuel Coulibaly, Mamadou Dolo, Sory Ibrahima Fomba, Abdallah Amadou Diallo, Floribert Fossuo Thotchum, Ousmane Faye and Samba Ousmane Sow


WHO defined leprosy elimination as reaching a prevalence < 1 case of leprosy per 10,000 inhabitants. Mali eliminated the disease since 2001 but in 2011, it recorded 226 new cases. This has a serious involvement in term of disease spreading. Therefore, we undertook a cross ...

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