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Why is this alopecia areata ? There is a well-defined area of hair loss, no scaling, no scarring, no breakage

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Sweet’s syndrome:   Diagnostic criteria for  classical and malignancy associated types: Needs 2 major and more than or equal to

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Atopic Dermatitis: The criteria proposed by Hanifin and Rajka in 1980 are considered to be the gold standard for the

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Previous Next Pyogenic granuloma – AKA Lobular capillary hemangioma/ Granuloma Pyogenicum/ Granuloma telangiectaticum Dermoscopic features: Characterised by Homogenous reddish or

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