July-September 2021| Vol 15| Issue 3
Skin of Color – An enigma: A systematic review
The color of human skin varies according to race, ethnicity, and geographic location, which leads to differing appearances of the same cutaneous condition. The nonwhite population is projected to incr...
Examining the effects of melasma on women’s quality of life: A study from eastern black sea region of Turkey
Background/Aim: Melasma causes significant emotional and psychological effects in patients. Therefore, the investigation of the quality of life in patient with melasma has become increasingly i...
Chemotherapeutic drug-induced nail changes: A prospective observational study
Background: Nail changes associated with chemotherapeutic drugs are common and can compromise the quality of life of cancer patients if left overlooked by a clinician. Aim: The aim of th...
Omalizumab in chronic urticaria; real-life data of 6-year-experience
Background: Chronic urticaria (CU) is defined as the persistence of urticarial lesions for more than 6 weeks. Omalizumab, a human monoclonal anti IgE antibody, has been used as a new therapeuti...
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An unusual case of biotinidase deficiency with fingertip desquamation
Biotinidase deficiency (BD) is an autosomal recessively inherited inborn error of metabolism that causes multisystemic manifestations, including developmental delay, seizures, hypotonia, vision proble...
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