Nevus Sebaceus Appearance Dr. Shane Chapman, MD discusses Nevus Sebaceus Appearance. See more at PLEASE RATE AND COMMENT!!! Nevus sebaceus is usually a solitary, yellowish to flesh-colored plaque and occurs most commonly on the scalp, forehead, or postauricular areas. It tends to be linear or oval shaped, measuring 1 to 3 cm in diameter. The lesion evolves in three stages corresponding to sebaceous gland maturation through childhood, puberty, and adulthood. In the first few months of life, the sebaceous glands are well developed as a result of maternal hormonal stimulation, although surrounding hair structures are incompletely differentiated. In childhood, the lesion is a barely raised, pink to tan, velvety surfaced hairless plaque and is asymptomatic. The sebaceous glands are small in size and number; incompletely developed hair structures may be seen. With puberty, hormonal influences bring about diagnostic changes. Sebaceous glands mature and increase in size and density. Hair structures remain undifferentiated, and papillomatous epidermal hyperplasia develops. Ectopic apocrine glands may also be found deep within the underlying dermis. The plaque tends to thicken, becomes larger and more verrucous, and has a yellow-white and pink speckled appearance. Lesions at this stage are easily traumatized and may be tender. The third stage of evolution occurs during adulthood. Appendageal tumors may develop within nevus sebaceus. Each such tumor has its own histologic pattern. The most ...
Verruca Vulgaris NYC- (212)-644-9494- NYC Verruca Vulgaris - Warts New York, NY (212)-644-9494 Verruca Vulgaris definition Benign epithelial hyperplasia caused by infection with the papilloma virus of the papova group. Early verrucae are usually round, discrete, skin-coloured, and pinpoint in size. With time they grow to larger yellowish, greyish-black or brown lesions with a roughened papillomatous surface. Verrucae are spread by direct or indirect contact. Since local trauma promotes inoculation of the virus, most warts are seen on the fingers, hands, and elbows, along the perionychial folds, or on the plantar surfaces of the feet. They are seen in patients of all ages but generally occur during childhood and adolescence. synonyms Verruca Vulgaris, Common Warts UMLS Verruca simplex, Verruca vulgaris, Verruca vulgaris, viral, VERRUCAE VULGARIS
Moles Compound Nevi Dr. James L. Campbell Jr., MD discusses Moles Compound Nevi. See more at PLEASE RATE AND COMMENT!!! Compound nevi are slightly or markedly raised pigmented papules. Nests of nevus cells are found both at the dermoepidermal junction and within the dermis. Compound nevi can have an irregular border but are symmetric. The surface may be smooth or slightly papillomatous. The center tends to be more heavily pigmented than the periphery. Hair may be present. If a white halo appears at the periphery of the lesion, it is referred to as a halo nevus. Compound nevi tend to increase in thickness and pigmentation in late childhood and adolescence.
Vocal Process Granuloma Removal by Using Laryngeal Snare Granuloma is a growth composed of granulation tissue resulting from injury (eg,endotracheal intubation), inflammation (eg, laryngopharyngeal reflux disease) or infection. In the larynx, it occurs typically in the posterior glottis involving the mucosal surface overlying the arytenoids or its immediate surrounding area. Symptoms varies from mild laryngeal irritations if the granuloma is small to glottic obstruction if it is significantly enlarged. Removal will be carried out by using microlaryngeal technique and treatment of the probable underlying condition. Proton pump inhibitor is usually prescribed postoperatively and patient advised for a short period of limited voice rest. This video shows surgical removal of a vocal process granuloma by using laryngeal snare. Homeostasis was secured by applying adrenaline 1:1000 at its base.
Verruca Vulgaris NYC - (212)-644-9494 - NYC Verruca Vulgaris (212)-644-9494 Verruca Vulgaris definition Benign epithelial hyperplasia caused by infection with the papilloma virus of the papova group. Early verrucae are usually round, discrete, skin-coloured, and pinpoint in size. With time they grow to larger yellowish, greyish-black or brown lesions with a roughened papillomatous surface. Verrucae are spread by direct or indirect contact. Since local trauma promotes inoculation of the virus, most warts are seen on the fingers, hands, and elbows, along the perionychial folds, or on the plantar surfaces of the feet. They are seen in patients of all ages but generally occur during childhood and adolescence. synonyms Verruca Vulgaris, Common Warts UMLS Verruca simplex, Verruca vulgaris, Verruca vulgaris, viral, VERRUCAE VULGARIS
The Elephant Man All the human spirit needs to thrive...is a chance. In one of his most legendary films, director David Lynch chronicles the intense emotional journey of a complex, lonely man and the dedicated surgeon who changed his life. John Merrick (John Hurt) was born with a horribly disfiguring congenital disease, and suffered the humiliation of being a sideshow freak. Only when London doctor Frederick Treves (Anthony Hopkins, SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, RED DRAGON) rescues him does Merrick begin to regain the life of dignity and respect that everyone deserves. Based on a true story, the critically acclaimed, Oscar®-nominated film has earned its place in cinematic history. Anne Bancroft, John Gielgud and Wendy Hiller lend moving performances to an already powerful story. Visually fascinating and historically relevant, Lynch has created a haunting masterpiece of compassion, beauty and ultimately, humanity.
Foreskin amputation rant - sensidee's webcam video June 8, 2011 03:49 PM sensidee's webcam video June 8, 2011 03:49 PM stop calling it circumcisim! It is foreskin amputation and infantile mutilation elective surgery is NOT PRESCRIBED for the following reasons: 1 Infection and sometimes death 2 Haemorrhage and sometimes death 3 *Pain / shock that sometimes causes death 4 Methemoglobine'mia , brain damage and possibly death, if EMLA cream is used to anaesthetise a newborn 5 Necrotising fasciitis ("galloping gangrene") 6 *Damage (scarring, pitting) to the glans or *shaft. In the case of Dustin Evans Jr, the scarring caused a urethral stricture (narrowing of the urinary tube), and it was during an operation to relieve this that he died. 7 Urethral fissure/fistula 8 Scaphoid megalourethra 9"Trapped/buried penis" 10*Occlusion of penile venous system 11 Urinary Tract Infection 12 Meatitis 13 Meatal ulcer 14 Meatal stenosis 15 Multiple pyogenic [caused by pus] granuloma - a series of papillomatous disfiguring [brushlike] growths around the circumcision wound 16 Eczema of the glans and meatus 17 Oedema of local tissue 18 Loss of *sensitivity of about 70% 18b impotence 19*Reduced volume of penis 20 shortening of the penis: 21 Painful erections 22 Wound re-opening (in adulthood) 23 Chafing from underwear "Other circumcised men complain of life-long irritation of the exposed glans as it comes in contact with clothing during normal activity." - "Sensitivity is the Rising Issue on Circumcision" by Dr. Sandra Pertot, "Australian Doctor ...