Volume 3 Issue 1

Issue 1 Articles

Hepatic Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma in a 2-Month-Old Infant

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A 2-month-old male child presented with multifocal liver lesions, noted by abdominal ultrasonography. The Ultrasonography was done as part of a work-up for abdominal distension. He was asymptomatic and had been previously healthy. On examination, the liver was enlarged (liver span–15 cm). Blood investigations showed abnormal liver function tests with mild elevation in aspartate transaminase and alanine transaminase and deranged coagulation profile. The patient was started on vitamin K supplements. Ultrasonography and computed tomography of...

Forearm Tumor: A Common Diagnosis, A Uncommon Presentation

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50-year-old patient, with no notable pathological history, a farmer; who consults for an ulcero-bourgenant tumor, painless evolving for 1 year in a condition of conservation of the general state. On clinical examination: we noted an erythematous ulcerating Burgundian tumor, measuring 5 cm, scamous surface covered with some yellowish and hemorrhagic scales, well limited, raised border, indurated and infiltrated painlessly, and bleeding on contact, in dermoscopy we found erythematous background, point and linear vascularization, scales, and...

A BCC, You Can Find It Everywhere

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BCC is by far the most frequent skin tumor, sun exposure is the most important risk factor in its pathogenesis, explaining its predominant localization on the head and neck. Its evolution is insidious, it is slowly progressive and painless, which often delays the diagnosis. We report a case of BCC on the trunk of fortuitous discovery.

Skin Involvement in Hodgkin’s lymphoma

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Skin involvement is a clearly recognized phenomenon in non-Hodgkin'slymphomas, but it is extremely uncommon in Hodgkin's lymphoma (HL). Various routes of skin involvement may include direct extension from underlying nodes, retrograde lymphatic spread and hematogenous dissemination [1]. Male, 22 years old, presented with a 4-month history of a painless macular skin rash (Figure 1).It had been previously assumed as cellulitis and treated with antibiotics without any improvement. Blood analysis showed leukocytosis (30840/µL), erythrocyte sedimentation rate...

Erythema Papuloerosive of Sevestre and Jacquet: A Severe Diaper Dermatitis

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Erythema papuloerosive of Sevestre and Jacquet is a rare severe irritative dermatitis, it is often associated with urinary or fecal incontinence and poses a real therapeutic problem. This is a case in a 3 year old child.