May 2018 Observational Studies


Dermoscopic features of red tumors among Filipino patients seen at two centers

Dermoscopic features of red tumors among Filipino patients seen at two centers

Liezel A. Gener-Pangilinan MD, Evangeline B. Handog MD, Ma. Teresita Gabriel MD, Benedicto D. Carpio MD, Ma. Angela M. Lavadia MD, Wilson Loginus MD, Johannes F. Dayrit MD
Authors: Katrina Carmela M. Belen, MD, DPDS, Jasmin J.Jamora, MD, FPDS , Ma. Cecilia P. Ingente MD, DPDS Abstract & CitationReferences AbstractBackground: Dermoscopy, a non-invasive diagnostic tool, has been proven to improve the diagnostic accuracy of vascular tumors...
Occupational skin diseases among institutional housekeeping personnel in a government hospital

Occupational skin diseases among institutional housekeeping personnel in a government hospital

Camille Ann L. Asuncion, MD, MBA, Kirsten Diane G. Dy-Rabo, MD, DPDS , Maria Franchesca S. Quinio, MD, DPDS , Ma. Angela M. Lavadia, MD, FPDS

Occupational dermatoses are among the most commonly encountered occupational-related diseases worldwide, with housekeeping personnel among those at high risk. Disease impact to the individual and public health includes prolonged absences and unemployment leading to decreased quality of life.