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DERMATOLOGY
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Common warts are ubiquitous scaly, rough, papules or nodules, which may be found on all skin surfaces, especially the hands, feet, and face.  They are called verrucae vulgaris (VV) and occur from childhood onwards.  Several specific names may be used:  plantar warts – lesions on the plantar surface of the feet; flat warts – minimally elevated lesions, often found on the ...
Vitiligo is an acquired progressive autoimmune skin disorder characterized by white depigmented patches due to selective destruction of epidermal melanocytes.  It is relatively common affecting approximately 1% of the population, equally prevalent between both sexes, and found in all races. Vitiligo may appear at any time, although the onset is most commonly observed in children and young ad ...
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