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Opportunities for fellowship trained dermpaths
Positions available in various US locations for Dermatology MD's who are fellowship trained Dermatopathologists! Work Environment – Healthcare (Fast Growing Diagnostic Pathology Facility) Fulltime / Permanent Position Reply To: patricki...(a)sbcglobal.net Patrick International: Recruiters Specializing ... 7 Jul 2010 07:59
Itching and Flaking Scalp
Hi, I have an itching, flaking scalp in only one spot (the back of my head). I have used every dandruff shampoo on the market, but none of them has ever worked for very long. I went to a dermatologist, and he looked at it and said it wasn't Psoriasis, and prescribed Temovate (Clobetasol), a topical steroid th... 6 Jul 2010 08:58
Strange skin disease, please help to explain
Hello my name is Franklin and I'm a fully qualified pilot. You can normally find me on "rec.aviation.piloting" or "alt.comp.freeware", but I am posting here on alt.support.skin-diseases to ask if anybody can explain a strange skin affliction I am suffering from for about 2-3 months. This picture is NOT of me... 6 Dec 2009 16:11
Antifungal chemicals? - Sodium Percarbonate -vs- Borax (Boric Acid)
Does anyone know how these two chemicals compare as antifungal agents? Sodium Percarbonate Borax (Boric Acid) Are they soluble in methylated spirits? (denatured methanol) Are there any other cheap, non-toxic compound that are effective? I'm well aware there are numerous readily available pharmaceutical produ... 1 Nov 2009 22:08
Tinea & socks - severe problem - laundry advice?
> Water at 140F/60C is supposed to kill tinea.  At that temperature, sodium percarbonate (such as OxyClean) works well. At cooler temperatures, water containing equal parts of baking soda and household bleach (such as a tablespoon each per quart) disinfects. Baking soda sprinkled in footwear discourag... 29 Oct 2009 01:11
Tinea & socks - severe problem - laundry advice?
If you have socks that are severely infected with tinea/athlete’s foot, what is the best laundry product to soak/wash them in? How much do I need to use? I can guarantee you that normal washing powder does NOT get rid of the problem. Whatever product or ingredient you recommend would need to have a "sledge hamme... 27 Oct 2009 20:26
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Tevaskin for Psoriasis no good no money
An amazing herbal liquid that simply cures Psoriasis. If it will not cure you you will not pay. See in this site: www.tevaskin.com Also very low cost. Don't be skeptic and try. ... 8 Sep 2008 05:03
Pustular psoriasis or pophlox???
Wow, Andrew's post was so close... I don't know what I've got. It's twice been diagnosed as dishydrotic excema, but it could also be pustular psoriasis. What's the difference??? My hands are covered and it's begun attacking both feet. It also effects my nails... I have used steroid suspensions and steroid/co... 30 Jul 2008 01:01
Pomphlox - Dyshidrotic Eczema
Interesting that it started after u war gloves and using chemicals it came out. I work w/Bleach and w/Aluminum for 10 years who knows but I here ya I've got it on my hands and bottom of my feet using coconut oil. I'm going to find some flower Essenes saw a doc. on what essenes can do. If I find anything will post i... 4 Sep 2007 13:10
Seeking advice
I have an ongoing dermatological problem and am wondering if anybody has had a similar condition and could offer some advice. The skin of my fingertips (several at a time) hardens during the course of several days, and then it becomes yellowish, thicker and thicker, and gradually loses sensitivity to touch. Only... 28 Jun 2007 13:32
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