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Cutaneous conditions leading to dermatology consultations in the emergency department.

J Emerg Trauma Shock. They should be treated without delay; otherwise there is a high risk of death or irreversible sequelae. Some examples of these diseases are psoriatic flares, disseminated prurigos, crusted scabies, herpes zoster, among others.

J Am Acad Dermatol. J Dermatol Case Rep. Show more Show less. Abstract It is very frequent to see patients with skin diseases at the emergency room, therefore the emergency physicians or the first contact physicians, should be prepared to recognize and differentiate between diseases that can immediately endanger the life of the patient and others that are not as serious but, because of the amount or the extension of the lesions can be confused with true cutaneous emergencies.


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Refractory erythrodermic psoriasis in a child with an excellent outcome by using etanercept

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