Clinical dermatology, cosmetic and surgical
Dr. Adrián Ogrodniczuk

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Dermatology and Covid

Author: : K. Shinkai, A. Bruckner Fuente: JAMA. 2020;324(12):1133-1134 Dermatology and COVID-19
Publication date: 12/02/2021

The largest series of cases of skin manifestations to date, which included 375 patients, highlighted 5 predominant morphological patterns: maculopapular, urticariform, pseudo savannah, vesicular and livedoid. See more

Cryotherapy in inflammatory acne

Author: DME DERMOESTETICA MEDICA -- DERMATOLOGIA CLINICA ESTETICA Y QUIRURGICA
Publication date: 27/09/2019

Mexican Dermatology Magazine Year 2018, No. 6 Leal-Silva H, Carmona-Hernández E, Grijalva-Vázquez M, Padilla-Ascencio B Dermatology Rev Mex 2018; 62 (6) Spanish Language References: 10 Pages: 461-468 PDF file: 505.06 See more

Histopathological findings in the follicular units of subjects with alopecia androgenetic before and after application of autologous platelet-rich plasma

Author: DME DERMOESTETICA MEDICA -- DERMATOLOGIA CLINICA ESTETICA Y QUIRURGICA
Publication date: 09/06/2018

BACKGROUND: platelet-rich plasma autologous (PRPA) awakens more and more the interest of different medical specialties, including Dermatology, due to his demonstrated ability to accelerate wound healing, contribute to the permanence of Follicular units after transplantation, increase the density of the hair in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia and hair contribute to epidermal rejuvenation. It has been proposed that the factors of See more

Interview Dr. Ogrodniczuk Adrian Sputnik News - Montevideo Uruguay ¿Cuál es el mejor factor solar?

Author: DME DERMOESTETICA MEDICA -- DERMATOLOGIA CLINICA ESTETICA Y QUIRURGICA
Publication date: 06/01/2018

Several areas of the world are enjoying the summer. A time to be outdoors, and especially on the beach. But it is also time to take extra care due to the aggressiveness of the Sun. According to the World Health Organization (who), skin cancer is the most frequent in human malignant tumor. See more

Onychomycosis and quality of life socioeconomic levels

Author: DME
Publication date: 27/06/2017

In patients with lower socio-economic conditions, are more important physical alterations that generates the onychomycosis, especially related to the type of work realised, whether in the nails of the hands and feet. In contrast, in patients with higher socio-economic strata, are more im- portant the psychosocial aspects and emotional disease. See more

Demodicidosis: historical review

Author: DME DERMOESTETICA MEDICA -- DERMATOLOGIA CLINICA ESTETICA Y QUIRURGICA
Publication date: 26/09/2016

Demodectic eruptions (demodicidosis) are the infestation of hair follicles of the skin of many animals and also humans caused by mites of the family Demodicidae. A historical review of the disea- se is made, from 1841 –with the discovery of these mites called Demodex by Simon– to this day. The relationship of Demodex with rosacea is commented, and thoughts and opinions about this entity based on observations of the authors are included. See more

Onychopathies vs onychomycosis: a challenge for familial physician

Author: DME DERMOESTETICA MEDICA -- DERMATOLOGIA CLINICA ESTETICA Y QUIRURGICA
Publication date: 19/02/2016

It is very frecuently that patients, to note any change in the foil nail, assume that is fungal infection and seek medical treatment. It is our work to confirm or rule out the diagnosis of onychomycosis and give the appropriate treatment in each case. See more

Choice of surgical margens for the treatment of basal cell carcinoma

Author: DME DERMOESTETICA MEDICA -- DERMATOLOGIA CLINICA ESTETICA Y QUIRURGICA

In the treatment of non-melanoma skin cancer, the main objective is the complete excision of the tumor, preserving the function with a suit- able cosmetic result. Because surgical treatment offers the highest cure rate and lower recurrence rates, is considered the first-line treatment; however, even today there are not standardized guidelines in the surgi- cal margin that ensure cure rate in 100% of the cases. See more

Candidal Onychomycosis in hand's nails

Author: DME DERMOESTETICA MEDICA -- DERMATOLOGIA CLINICA ESTETICA Y QUIRURGICA
Publication date: 12/02/2015

Background: the candidal onychomycosis in the hands have been linked with paronychia, injuries and usage habits of water; however, it is currently being seen more frequently in patients with chronic diseases or immunosuppression See more