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Case Report
1. Kindler Syndrome: 2 Case Reports from India

Atul Salodkar; Sanjiv Choudhary; Sankha Koley

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, Pages 1-4

Abstract
  Kindler syndrome (KS) is a rare autosomal recessive genodermatosis. We report two cases of KS with classical clinical presentations involving skin and mucus membranes. Clinically, both patients had four major features of KS in the form of acral skin blistering, photosensitivity, progressive poikiloderma, ...  Read More

Case Report
2. Extensive Fibroepithelial-like Polyps on The Foot of an AIDS Patient Following Radiotherapy for Kaposi's Sarcoma

Kassahun Desalegn Bilcha; Wondemagegn Enbiale; Tewfik Kassa

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, Pages 5-7

Abstract
  Fibroepithelial polyps, also named as soft warts, skin tags, or acrochordons, are common benign lesions that may occur on trunk or exterimities. Its association with infectious agents is unclear. Herein, We report a case of extensive fibroepithelial -like polyps on the foot of an AIDS patient following ...  Read More

Case Report
3. Piebaldism and Vitiligo in Two Brothers

Sankha Koley; Atul Salodkar; Vikrant Saoji; Sanjiv Choudhary

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, Pages 8-11

Abstract
  Piebaldism is an autosomal dominant uncommon (<1 in 20,000) congenital pigmentary disorder. Depigmented patches are present since birth. They usually remain unchanged throughout life. Vitiligo is its closest differential diagnosis. We report a unique family in which these two dissimilar depigmentations, ...  Read More

Case Report
4. Cutaneous Infection by Fusarium Solani in an Addict Man with Active Hepatitis C

Ayatolahi Seyed Amin Mossavi-; Farajzadeh Saeedeh; Fekri Ali Reza; Vares Behrooz; Fekri Sahba

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, Pages 12-15

Abstract
  We describe a 31-year-old man, a known case of hepatitis C infection for 11 years, who presented with a chronic non-healing large deep ulcer on the dorsum of the right foot for five months. Fusarium solani infection was confirmed by skin biopsy and culture. The biopsy specimen showed an unusually extensive ...  Read More

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5. Colocalization of Lichen Planus and Vitiligo: Challenging the Universality of Current Theories

Hefazi Mahyar T; Moslehi Homayon; Ehsani Amir H; Ostadrahimi Nima

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, Pages 16-18

Abstract
  Vitiligo and Lichen Planus, two common dermatologic disorders, are expected to coexist. This leads to diverse theories regarding their immunopathogenesis linkage. In this case, we report a twenty-year-old man suffering from simultaneous lichen planus and vitiligo which were both generalized at the time ...  Read More

Case Report
6. No Association between Gadolinium-Based Contrast Agents and Development of Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis: a Case Study

Bahareh Malekafzali; Saeed Pirozi; Vahid R Yassaee

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, Pages 19-22

Abstract
  Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis (NSF), previously known as nephrogenic fibrosing dermopathy, is an emerging systemic fibrosing disorder that develops in the setting of renal insufficiency. Nephrogenic fibrosing dermopathy (NFD) is a fibrosing condition of the skin which shows an increased number of dendritic ...  Read More

Case Report
7. A Case of Giant Sebaceoma

Fatemeh Mohaghegh; Ali Asilian; Soheila Taheri; Parvin Rajabi

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, Pages 23-24

Abstract
  Sebaceoma is a benign tumor with sebaceous differentiation. It usually presents as a yellowish papule or nodule on the face and scalp. This is a report of a 27-year-old-woman who presented with a giant, 6cm×4.5 cm exophytic tumor on her head. Clinically, we considered several diseases; however, ...  Read More

Case Report
8. Erosive Pressure Dermatitis Associated with Cardiac Pacemaker

Hayedeh Ghaninejadi; Soheil Fateh; Roghie Shamsoddini; Farshad Farshidfar

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, Pages 25-26

Abstract
  Erosive dermatitis is a skin reaction associated with implantable cardiac devices (ie, pacemakers and cardioverter defibrillators). We report a 65-year-old man with a history of several cerebrovascular attacks who developed an erythematous crusted erosive patch over the pacemaker site after implantation ...  Read More

Case Report
9. A Case of Lipomembranous Panniculitis Associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Zahra Asadi-Kani; Hamideh Moravvej; Mehdi Gaisari; Sima Kavand; Marjan Saeedi

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, Pages 27-29

Abstract
  Lipomembranous panniculitis is a special type of fat necrosis which has been associated with several clinical conditions, mainly chronic venous insufficiency and connective tissue disorders such as lupus profundus, morphea, systemic sclerosis, and dermatomyositis .We report a 50 yearold woman with known ...  Read More

Case Report
10. An Unusual Form of Tinea Versicolor: A Case Report

Ali Akbar Akaberi; Seyed Saeed Amini; Hosein Hajihosseini

Volume 12, Suppl.3 , 2009, Pages 30-31

Abstract
  Tinea versicolor is caused by Malassezia furfur and presents as hypo or hyper-pigmented coalescing scaly macules on the trunk and upper arms. Sites of predilection are the sternal region and the sides of the chest, the abdomen, back, pubis, neck, and intertriginous areas. We report a case of tinea versicolor ...  Read More