Patients with chronic skin conditions may wish to be tattooed for various reasons. As the physician, it's your job to educate and inform the patient of the risk/benefits and make recommendations based on their medical history.
Many suspicious moles removed require further surgery because cancerous mole cells were missed during the initial removal, and the second procedures increase the risk of infection, bleeding, and scarring.
A 31-year-old man presents to a homeless clinic complaining of a papular rash located on the occipital region of his ...
A middle-age black female presents with marked alopecia in her midscalp. Can you make the diagnosis?
Hidradenitis suppurativa is a chronic and often painful inflammatory skin condition that involves lesions in the glandular areas of the ...
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