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(Koebner phenomenon)
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  • Seabather's eruption presents koebner phenomenon? [Journal Article]
    J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 2019Rossetto AL, Rossetto AL, … Haddad Junior V
  • Seabather's eruption (SBE) an acute dermatitis characterized clinically by erythematous and pruritic papules, mainly located in areas covered by bathing suits during or immediately after exposure to sea water. It is caused by contact with Linuche unguiculata jellyfish whose diagnosis is clinical and epidemiological. We report a series of eight SBE cases with typical lesions that mimicked the Koeb…
  • Tattoo complications in treated and non-treated psoriatic patients. [Journal Article]
    J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 2019Grodner C, Beauchet A, … GEM Resopso
  • CONCLUSIONS: The rate of tattoo complications in psoriasis patients was low. Although the risk of complications was highest amongst patients with psoriasis requiring treatment at the time of tattooing, all the complications observed were benign. These results can be helpful for practitioners to give objective information to patients.
  • Atypical koebner phenomenon on a tattoo. [Journal Article]
    J Cosmet Dermatol 2019Tammaro A, Chello C, … Raffa S
  • Tattooing is more and more popular in developed countries in recent years and many side effects are associated with this practice, including psoriatic lesions and Koebner phenomenon. We report the case of a lichenoid reaction to red pigment in a patient affected by psoriasis.
  • Ostraceous Psoriasis Presenting as Koebner Phenomenon in a Tattoo [Journal Article]
    J Drugs Dermatol 2019; 18(8):825-826Reinhart J, Willett M, Gibbs N
  • Psoriasis is a common dermatologic condition with a variety of morphologic presentations. These variations include the less common hyperkeratotic form, psoriasis ostracea, defined as having pronounced adherent scales resembling an oyster shell. Of the ostraceous cases that have been reported in the literature, many occur as generalized outbreaks in patients with long-standing history of psoriasis…
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