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"Dermatological illnesses of the nostril and Ears" provides entire information regarding the lesions of those areas. It comprises top of the range unique medical photos, which make the analysis more uncomplicated during this vital element of medical dermatological perform. All illnesses concerning the nostril and ears are mentioned individually with a scientific differential diagnostic procedure. accordingly nearly six hundred various ailments are addressed within the e-book. In medical perform, physicians might realize lesions of the nostril or ear in basic terms. After picking out the undemanding lesion, the clinician can extra simply discover the analysis of a neighborhood or disseminated or systemic affliction with the aid of this publication. moreover, this colour illustrated ebook courses the reader to the analysis of the well-known dermis tumors often concerning those localizations, addressing a major health and wellbeing care problem.

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In the late phase of erythropoietic protoporphiria waxy papules grouped on the nose, cheeks and also dorsum of the hands can be observed. The skin is thickened with radial fissure-like changes. Besides, atrophic, cribriform scars may occur especially in perioral region of the patients. 29). Like other areas of the face, the nose may fre- quently be involved. These papules may remain unchanged for a long time. Molluscum contagiosum may sometimes involve the nose (Fig. 30). Umbilicated papules on this region can occur due to this pox virus infection or cryptococcosis, a deep mycotic infection that is more commonly seen in AIDS patients.

On the other hand, it should be kept in mind that nose lesions of granuloma ­faciale, hemangiomas, basal cell carcinoma, angiosarcoma, cutaneous lymphomas, cutaneous metastases, cylin­droma, tuberous sclerosis and cryptococcosis may some­times mimick rhinophyma. Orf is a pox virus infection, which spreads mostly as a ­result of direct contact with sheep or goats. It may ­occasionally 49 50 Nose.  Hypertropic scar (regressing lesion) be located on other body areas apart from the typical location on the hands.

Lepromatous leprosy is another infectious disease which causes “saddle nose” deformity (Fig. 13). Necrotizing granulomas in upper and lower respiratory tract are ­typical findings of Wegener’s granulomatosis apart from symmetrical papulonodular lesions on extremities.  Rothmund-Thomson syndrome “Saddle nose” deformity may also occur postsurgically especially as a result of the overzealous septorhinoplasty. Congenital “saddle nose” deformity is seen in some syndromes presenting with facial dysmorphism.

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