January-March 2021| Vol 15| Issue 1
Elevated serum creatine kinase levels in acne vulgaris patients treated with isotretinoin: A retrospective single-center study
Background: Oral isotretinoin is a highly effective and widely used therapeutic agent for acne; however, it requires close follow-up due to its potential to produce various side effects. Slig...
The eating attitudes, sleep and personality characteristics, and effects of on acne severity in adolescents with acne vulgaris
Background: Acne vulgaris (AV) is a very common dermatological problem during adolescence. It is reported that it has a multifactorial etiology and nutritional attitudes, insufficient and poo...
A clinical and histopathological study comparing efficacy of microneedling versus cryoroller liquid nitrogen therapy in the treatment of striae distensae
Background: Striae distensae (SD) are visible linear scars in areas of dermal damage due to excessive stretching of the skin. Striae can cause cosmetic morbidity and psychological distress, p...
Letter to the Editor
Surgical pearl: Noncorrosive chemical fountain pen for cautery
Chemical cauterization is done with caustic agents to destroy skin lesions. To simplify this procedure, its applicators such as micropipette and syringe outlet are stuffed with a cotton wick f...
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