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Hairy Blue Nevus

Cho SH, Cho BK, Shim SI, Houh W

A 2-month-old female infant presented with a bluish-black, flat, hairy patch, 1.2cm in diameter, on the posterior aspect of her neck since birth. Histologic sections from the lesion showed numerous...
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Spontaneous Regression of a Congenital Melanocytic Nevus

Lee JD, Yi JY, Kim SY, Cho BK, Houh W, Chung LS

We report a case of a congenital, melanocytic nevus showing spontaneous regression. At birth, a pigmented lesion, 4 × 6.5cm, was already present on the scalp. At the age of...
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Kaposi's Sarcoma Associated with Gastric Involvement

Lee BG, Lee MH, Kim NI, Haw CR

We report a case of classic Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) in a 67-year-old man, who had multiple cutaneous lesions of the feet and left hand as well as an internal involvement...
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Pigmented Eccrine Poroma on the Scalp

Whang KU, Kim HJ, Kim YK, Hyeon KJ

Eccrine poromas mainly involve the non-hairy surfaces of the skin, however, have also been found on hair bearing areas. Pigmentation in the tumor cells is rare but has been mentioned in...
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Subungual Exostosis

Chang MS, Cho BK, Houh W, Shim SI, Cho MJ, Park SH

Subungual exostosis are not uncommon, however, they are infrequently mentioned in the dermatologic literature. We report herein a rase of subungual exostosis in the great toe of 16-year-old female student which...
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Pseudomycetoma Due to Trichophyton schoenleinii Occurring in Two Brothers

Lee KH, Myung KB, Lee S

A 14-year-old boy and his 16-year-old elder brother, who had generalized tinea corporis for 1 and 3 years respectively, developed multiple discrete, non tender soft tumors on the scalp, forehead,...
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Haemorrhagic Gangrene of Skin Caused by Aeromonas hydrophila

Ha BS, Won YH, Chun IK, Kim YP

Aeromonas hydrophila is a motile gram negative rod which exists in soil and water. It can cause septicemia in persons with severe immune deficiency. Occasionally it is one of the...
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Lichenoid Drug Eruption due to Ethambutol

Seo SJ, Hong CK, Ro BI, Chang CY

A 73-year-old female patient, who had been treated with antituberculous drugs for 4 months, was referred to our department because of generalized macules and papules present for 15 days. Clinical examination...
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Gold Allergy to a Permanent Gold Acupuncture Needle

Kim HO, Houh D, Kim JW, Goh IJ, Kim CW

A 68-year-old female had slightly elevated, dusky erythematous nodules on the right infraorbital and the right temple area. Topical, intralesional corticosteroids and oral antihistamines provided temporary but incomplete improvement. Follow...
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Lichen Sclerosus et Atrophicus

Kim YK, Whang KU, Kim HJ

A 48-year-old male patient had white to ivory colored patches on brown colored bases over the right side of his back for 8 years without accompanying pruritus or pain. Six...
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Hydroa Vacciniforme

Choi JH, Hann SK, Yoon MS, Choi BM, Ahn SK, Park YK

Hydroa vacciniforme is a very rare photosensitivity disorder. The primary skin lesion is a vesicle or bulla which then heals with vacciniform scarring. We report a case of hydroa vacciniforme...
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An Unusual Case of Transepidermal Elimination of Calcinosis Cutis

Chun SI, Ahn SK

A 45 year-old Korean woman presented with multiple pruritic umbilicated papules on both ankles of 3 months duration. Histopathologic findings showed calcium deposits in the upper dermis and the transepidermal elimination...
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Multiple Congenital Subepidermal Calcified Nodules

Kim YC, Hwang SY, Kim DK, Park YK

Subepidermal calcified nodule, a form of calcinosis cutis, usually occurs as a solitary lesion and develops in early childhood. We report a 20-month-old boy with an unusual form of subepidermal...
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Epidermolysis Bullosa Acquisita

Lee CW, Yang HY, Park MH

A 40-year-old woman had a pruritic, vesiculobullous eruption of her face for 6 weeks with no evidence of systemic disease. A biopsy showed subepidermal blisters and dermal infiltrates of neutrophilic...
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Treatment of Gonorrhoea

Kim JH, Yang HY, Kim YT

Because of increasing resistance of circulating N. gonorrhoeae and frequent failures in the treatment of gonorrhoea, intensive work on gonorrhoea has become of paramount importance. During January 1980-April 1984, at the...
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Electron Microscopic Observation of Treponema pallidum in Syphilitic Chancres and Syphilids

Lee MG, Chung I, Leen ES, Lee JB

Electron mlactimpic studies were performed on three primary and two early secondary syphilitic lesions from three patients. AZ of these patients had both secondary syphilitic lesions and chancres. There was no...
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