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Pityriasis Versicolor

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This Daily Doodle illustrates Pityriasis Versicolor (aka tinea versicolor), a superficial cutaneous fungal infection that typically presents as numerous irregularly well demarcated macules of hypopigmented or hyperpigmented skin on the chest, back or proximal extremities. These macules can enlarge and Read more ›

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Skin!

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Lectures: Intro to the Integument Block, Language of Dermatology, Common Infections of the Skin, Pre-Lab Orientation, Skin Histology Lab, Physiology of the Skin Skin! One of my favorite organs. It protects us from mechanical and chemical insults, micro-organisms and UV Read more ›

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Acneiform Disorders

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This daily doodle focuses on Acne Vulgaris, an inflammatory condition of the pilosebaceous unit that is associated with the formation of “comedones” (plugged hair follicles). There are two main types of comedones: 1. Closed = white head 2. Open = black head Contrary to the Read more ›

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Psoriasis

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During today’s lecture, we covered several common Inflammatory skin disorders, including: Psoriasis, Atopic Dermatitis, Seborrheic Dermatitis, Pityriasis Rosea and Lichen Planus. This daily doodle highlights the key pathologic features of Psoriasis, which include: – Elongated rete ridges (epidermal hyperplasia) - Read more ›

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