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April-June 2015 | Vol 16 | Issue 2

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Review Article
Mastocytosis in children
Mastocytosis is a heterogeneous group of disorders with increase in mast cells in the skin and other extracutaneous organs. Mastocytosis is seen in children and adults. Cutaneous mastocytosis is more ...
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Original Article
Pediatric dermatoses in Benghazi, Libya
Introduction: Skin diseases in the pediatric population are common all over the world. They are important health problem affecting children in both developing and industrialized countries with ...
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Letter to Editor
Universal acquired melanosis
Sir, Universal acquired melanosis also termed as "carbon baby syndrome" is an uncommon phenomenon where pigmentation is usually present from early infancy but it may be progressive. It is often diffu...
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Letter to Editor
Verrucous epidermal nevus on female genitalia: A rare presentation
Sir, Verrucous epidermal nevi (VEN) typically occur on trunk or extremities along the lines of blaschko but may occur on face and neck. [1],[2] There are only a few reports of VEN occurring on genita...
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Letter to Editor
Generalized morphea in an infant with favorable outcome to topical steroid
Sir, A 10-month-old male infant presented to us with a thickened circular, depressed skin lesion on his upper back and three similar lesions over the scalp and forehead. The lesions had progressed in...
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