Miguel Remigio T. Maralit MD; Johannes F. Dayrit MD, Emmerson Gale S. Vista MD; Abigael T. Villanueva MDAuthors:Miguel Remigio T. Maralit MD; Johannes F. Dayrit MD, Emmerson Gale S. Vista MD; Abigael T. Villanueva MD Abstract & CitationReferences Abstract Introduction: Lipoid proteinosis is a rare autosomal recessive genodermatosis with only approximately 300 cases...
A case of disseminated granuloma annulare successfully treated with acitretin and narrowband UV-B phototherapy
Marie Claudine Francesca B. Perlas, MD,Elisabeth Ryan, MD, Johannes F. Dayrit, MD, FPDS, Maria Teresita G. Gabriel, MD, FPDS
Granuloma annulare(GA) is a benign, inflammatory skin condition characterized by asymptomatic, flesh colored or erythematous papules. The disseminated variant of granuloma annulare is uncommon, usually affecting women older than 40 years.
Aileen Christine N. Barreiro, MD, FPDS, Johannes F. Dayrit, MD, FPDS, Gabriel R. Natividad, MD, FPCS
Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans(DFSP) is a rare, slow-growing soft tissue tumor accounting for less than 0.1% of all malignant neoplasms and approximately 1% of all soft tissue sarcomas
Johannes F. Dayrit, MD, FPDS; Lunardi Bintanjoyo, MD; Jerome P. Acosta, MD, DPDS; and Charles A. C. Villamin, MD, FPOA
Glomus tumor is a benign tumor arising from the glomus body, a temperature-controlling arteriovenous anastomosis. It appears as solitary or multiple painful reddish-blue papule(s). Pain is paroxysmal, spontaneous or may be triggered by pressure and alteration in temperature. Glomus tumor is usually located on the distal extremities, most commonly beneath the nail. Extradigital lesion is less common and may be misdiagnosed. Two cases of Glomus tumor occuring in digital and extradigital location will be discussed.