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181 Possible Causes for Epidermal Thinning

  • Vulvitis

    Histological features of the condition include the predominant feature of subepidermal plasma cell infiltrates in a band-like pattern, epidermal thinning which is thought[]

  • Insect Bite

    Thinning of the portion of the epidermal cell layer that overlies the tips of dermal papillae (suprapapillary plates), and dilated, tortuous blood vessels within these papillae[] Epidermal changes in psoriasiform dermatoses Table 5 Dermal changes in psoriasiform dermatitis This type of inflammatory dermatosis is characterised by the presence of regular epidermal[]

  • Atopic Dermatitis

    Animals using moderate to potent topical corticosteroids showed, in contrast, skin thinning, decreased subcutaneous tissue, and suppressed proliferation of epidermal cells[]

  • Skin Atrophy

    Moreover, calcipotriol is able to restore betamethasone-impaired HA synthesis in keratinocytes and prevent betamethasone-induced epidermal thinning in minipigs upon treatment[] Histological analysis performed at day 29 showed significant epidermal thinning with topical steroids compared with SDZ ASM 981 1% cream or the vehicle.[]

  • Psoriasis

    […] and fibrosis, thinned follicular epithelium and fibrous tracts [ 15 ].[] Histology of scalp psoriasis Features include classical epidermal changes of psoriasis and follicular-related changes like infundibular dilatation, perifollicular inflammation[]

  • Burn Injury

    After engraftment, epidermal coverage was restored with a thin split-thickness skin graft.[]

  • Vitiligo

    […] suspensions Thin dermoepidermal grafts Suction epidermal grafting Punch minigrafting Cultured epidermis with melanocytes or cultured melanocyte suspensions See Treatment[] Olsson, Treatment of Leukoderma by Transplantation of Ultra‐Thin Epidermal Sheets, Surgical Management of Vitiligo, (115-122), (2007).[] Tattooing can be used to repigment depigmented skin in dark-skinned individuals Surgery The basic types of repigmentation surgery include the following [6, 7] : Noncultured epidermal[]

  • Milium

    In the papillary dermis the colloid substance was resolved by the electron microscopy into either wavy, thin filaments derived from the epidermal keratinocytes or typical[]

  • Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Skin

    […] evaluation demonstrates full- thickness epidermal atypia, with more pronounced nuclear polymorphism and apoptosis 14.  Other features include confluent parakeratosis, and[] Bowen's Disease  typically appears as a reddish-brown  scaly patch or thin plaque on the sun-exposed head, neck, extremities, or trunk of an older individual  On histopathologic[]

  • Vasculitis

    Cornoid lamellae are the characteristic feature of porokeratosis and some rare forms of epidermal naevi.[] Cyst A cyst is a thin walled closed capsule or sac like structure, filled with fluid, solid or semisolid material. Cysts have an epithelial lining.[]

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