706.1 Acne vulgaris 694.8 Grover’s Face, ear, eyelid, nose, lip, other 684 Impetigo 454.1 Stasis dermatitis 704.8 Folliculitis/follicular disease 709.2 Scar 680.____ Furuncle/carbuncle 706.9 Sebaceous hyperplasia * 4th Digits 0

Synonym: Impetigo contagiosa Bacterial infection occurs under the horny cell layer, pro-ducing toxins that cause blisters and crusts. acne vulgaris. It may progress to furuncle or carbuncle. The main treatments are skin care and topical or oral

Bullous eruption on the posterior thigh James Studdiford Thomas Jefferson University, Diagnosis: Bullous impetigo, pemphigus vulgaris, and (in this case specifically) erythema migrans.

Pediatric Skin Assessment. Involves inspection & palpation. Color, texture, temp., moisture, turgor or elasticity. Bullous Impetigo. Superficial skin condition caused by Staphylococcus aureus. Buttocks, perineum, trunk, face, extremities. Vary in size.

Acne vulgaris Wilson's disease Wolff–Parkinson–White syndrome A wrinkle Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) Back pain Ichthyosis vulgaris Myelofibrosis Impetigo Erectile dysfunction (ED) Cervical incompetence A stress fracture Dyspepsia Infertility inflammatory bowel disease

Pemphigus vulgaris Bullous pemphigus Bullous impetigo Erythema multiforme Insect bite allergy Several diseases may present with blisters or pustules. There is no common condition that can be used as a "reference point" with which less usual lesions can be compared

Lepra vulgaris. History of Psoriasis Günter Burg, MD, Michael Geiges, MD lepra), vitiligo («alphos»), eczema, syphilis(?) and psoriasis impetigo, no specific mentioning of «psoriasis» even though he must have seen the disease

Impetigo is a superficial, highly contagious bacterial infec-tion characterized by a localized inflamed and infected epider- vulgaris.2,4,11 CLoMP iCations Most cases resolve without sequelae in 2 to 3 weeks.4 Once healed,

Pempbigus vulgaris in a 12-year-old boy An instance of pemphigus vutgaris in a I2-year-oId boy is presented. Prompt recognition o [ the disorder Bullous impetigo Tense/erythematous Localized or gen- Rare Absent Acute eralized

Acne vulgaris Males mostly Testosterone Observations Keratin plugging of hair shafts Proprionum bacteria grows Subcorneal: Impetigo Suprabasalar: Pemphigus vulgaris

Pemphigus vulgaris localized to the nose and cheeks Can Baykal, MD, aGu¨lsevim Azizlerli, MD, Sybille Thoma-Uszynski, Bullous impetigo was the initial clinical diagnosis. Suprabasal cleavage and acantholysis, in-tercellular IgG and C3 deposits (as determined by

Conflict of Interest I have no relevant conflicts to disclose. 2 Case 1 • A 45 year old man presents with painless A. Pemphigus vulgaris B. Bullous impetigo C. Bullous pemphigoid D. Porphyria cutanea tarda E. Dermatitis herpetiformis 14 Case 2, Question 1

Lesions of pemphigus vulgaris on irradiated skin L. Aguado, M. Marquina, M. Pretel, burns, nutritional factors, herpes virus, contact dermatitis, emotional stress and ultraviolet radiation.1 Although rare, ionizing radiation treatment can also induce PV.2–7

vulgaris Rare bullous disease that can present with oral ulcers, cutaneous bullae, and erosions Skin biopsy to confirm clinical suspicion Oral prednisone and refer to dermatologist immediately Varicella Nongenital Herpes

Letter to the Editor 260 Ann Dermatol Received March 13, 2013, Revised April 11, 2013, Accepted for publication April 19, 2013 *These authors equally contributed as first authors.

Inhibition of HIV-1 infection by aqueous extracts of Prunella vulgaris L. ChoonSeok Oh1, Jason Price1, Melinda A Brindley1,4, Mark P Widrlechner2, HSV-1: herpes simplex virus-1; R5: CCR5 utilizing HIV; X4: CXCR4 utilizing HIV; DMSO: dimethyl sulfoxide

Acne vulgaris Wilson's disease Wolff–Parkinson–White syndrome A wrinkle Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) Back pain Ichthyosis vulgaris Myelofibrosis Impetigo Erectile dysfunction (ED) Cervical incompetence A stress fracture Dyspepsia Infertility inflammatory bowel disease

Dermatology PRIMARY SKIN LESIONS Macule – flat and deffinate edges: Acne Vulgaris Ring Worm Ottis Media & Externa Tinea Pedis: Athletes foot Impetigo Tinea Versicolor Folliculitis Tinea Manus: hand Cellulitis Tinea Corporus: rest of body Viral

Impetigo Vulgaris Acute purulent infection which appears vesicular; progresses to golden yellow 'honey-crusted" lesions surrounded by erythema Sites: commonly face, arms, legs and buttocks GAS, S. aureus, or both Preschool and young adults living in crowded

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