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Prominent facial telangiectasias prior to treatment with intense pulse light.
Ingrown nails -- when the nail grows into the flesh instead of over it -- usually affect the toenails, particularly the big toe.
Eczema herpeticum. Widespread punched-out lesions on a child with atopic dermatitis and superimposed herpes simplex infection.
Improvement after six treatments with 1064 nm Q-switched Nd:YAG laser. While improvement is not complete, the cosmetic result is far superior to that of dermabrasion.
Dandruff - those dry, white flakes of skin you constantly find yourself brushing off your collar or shoulders - typically poses no health risk whatsoever.
Psoriasis vulgaris, scalp and nail findings. Pinpoint pits and distal onycholysis (so-called "oil-spot" discoloration) seen in the fingernails of a child with psoriasis.
Post-treatment erythema immediately after intense pulsed light treatment.
1–4 hair grafts.
The cluster of blisters that form with shingles fill with fluid, pop, then start to ooze. Eventually the affected areas crust over and heal like the rash shown here.
With shingles, the first thing you may notice is a tingling sensation or pain on one side of your body or face. Painful skin blisters then erupt on only one side of your face or body along the distribution of nerves on the skin.
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