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Global Alliance algorithm to improve outcomes in acne.
<BR>†With small nodules (>0.5–1 cm).
<BR>‡Consider physical removal of comedones.
<BR>§Second Acne treatment algorithm suggested by Gollnick et al - Mild Moderate and Severe Acne<BR>
#Management #Dermatology #PrimaryCare AAFP Severity-based approach to treating acne.
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#Management #Dermatology #PrimaryCare #Acne #Algorithm #Treatment Primary and Secondary Dermatology Skin Lesions
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#Diagnosis #Dermatology #Primary #Secondary #Skin #Lesions #Atlas #Nomenclature #Terminology Basal cell carcinoma lesions diagram and characteristics<BR>
#Diagnosis #Dermatology #BasalCell #SkinCancer #Carcinoma #Characteristics #Diagram Skin Lesion Guide - Atlas<BR>
#Diagnosis #Dermatology #Skin #Lesions #Terminology #Nomenclature #Atlas #Key #Basics Vesiculobullous Rashes - THE ALGORITHMIC APPROACH <BR>
Vesiculobullous rashes provoke significant angst
in many physicians (Figure 5, page Petechial/Purpuric Rashes- THE ALGORITHMIC APPROACH 
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These rashes can be especially challenging and are
associated with devastating differential Maculopapular Rashes - THE ALGORITHMIC APPROACH 
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The term maculopapule is a portmanteau, a combination
of macule and Erythematous Rashes - THE ALGORITHMIC APPROACH
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Characterized by diffuse redness of the skin due to
capillary congestion, erythematous Warning Signs of Melanoma - ABCDEs
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<BR>A - Asymmetry
<BR>B - Border
<BR>C - Color
<BR>D - Diameter
<BR>E - Evolving
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#Diagnosis ABCDEs of Skin Cancer - Melanoma
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<BR>A - Asymmetry
<BR>B - Border
<BR>C - Color
<BR>D - Diameter
<BR>E - Evolving
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#Diagnosis Primary Dermatological Lesions<BR>
Primary lesions are physical changes in the skin considered to be caused directly by Characteristic rash of dermatitis herpetiformis<BR>
#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology #SkinRash #Dermatitis #Herpetiformis #Celiac #Disease Dermatitis Herpetiformis<BR>
#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology #SkinRash #Dermatitis #Herpetiformis #Celiac #Disease Dermatitis Herpetiformis<BR>
#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology #SkinRash #Dermatitis #Herpetiformis #Celiac #Disease Necrotizing Fasciitis: African-American patient with diabetes that predisposed him to rapidly 
progressive infection. Lower extremity is Cellulitis: Acute inflammation is clearly seen in the image on the left. The picture on the Cellulitis: Severe bilateral inflammation and swelling of the legs.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Arterial Insufficiency: Chronic arterial insufficiency has resulted in pale, hairless, and somewhat 
shiny appearing lower extremity. Scrotal Cellulitis.
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology #Urology #SkinRash #Scrotal #Scrotum Scarlet Fever - Other symptoms include: white coating on the tongue which then peels and leave Characteristic features of the rash are:<br>
<br>-Rough texture (like sandpaper)
<br>-Worse in the skin folds e.g. groin, axilla, Rheumatoid Nodules Within the Olechronon Bursa
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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#Clinical #Photo #Dermatology #Skin #EpidermalInclusionCyst #EIC #Fingers #UCSDH Herpes Zoster: Herpes virus mediated infection that occurred in this patient receiving chemotherapy 
for an underlying V2 Distribution Zoster: Patient with herpes zoster infection of the maxillary branch of the fifth cranial Scalp Hematoma and Cellulitis: Central hematoma with rim of surrounding cellulitis, the result
of blunt head trauma.


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Charlie Xanthelasma: Yellow deposits apparent above and below eyes, due to infiltration with fat laden cells. This Vasculitis: In this instance, idiopathic with palpable purpura.


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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. - UCSD Catalog of Clinical Images
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