• Acne Vulgaris and Extracting large Whiteheads – Part 1
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    Acne Vulgaris and Extracting large Whiteheads – Part 1

    Dr. Lee: Just going to put a little nick there Dr. Lee: You’re tough, I already know you’re tough, because I know some of those you must feel a little bit. Patient: Dr. Lee: So I am just going to squeeze on them Dr. Lee: Pushing against you. Dr. Lee: Good Dr. Lee: Right, if you need a break, you just tell me, ok? Patient: Dr. Lee: How long have you been on Accutane so far? Patient: I just finished my fourth month. Dr. Lee: So it is really starting to work now. Patient: It is, yeah Dr. Lee: You don’t have any breakouts right now, just those underneath cysts.…

  • “Food Does Not Cause Acne” – Response to your comments!!
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    “Food Does Not Cause Acne” – Response to your comments!!

    I heard a lot of comments on my Acne video that were disputing my assertions that food in general does not cause Acne Food does not cause Acne! In general! Let me clarify a little bit about what I said in my Acne video I was saying this as a generality I think that there are a lot of hormones in foods such as milk products, and hormones we do know help to promote the worsening of Acne So, yes, there are certain foods that I think you should avoid because of the hormones that are added to it But it’s still important to know that if you eat a…

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    DermTV – Does Thyme Treat Acne [DermTV.com Epi #407]

    Should you believe the headline, “Thyme kills acne bacteria?” Today I’ll tell you how to read between the lines! And stay tuned until the end of this episode for the question of the day; if you answer it correctly, you’ll have a chance to win a free skincare product! Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz. [pause] And welcome to DermTV. Last week, Scientific American published an article titled, “Thyme Kills Acne Bacteria.” The title is an accurate statement based on the results of the study discussed in the article. But if you just read the title, it’s very easy to infer, especially if you have acne, that thyme can treat acne…

  • Chist trichilemal (pilar) la degetul mâinii 👉 Chist sebaceu
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    Chist trichilemal (pilar) la degetul mâinii 👉 Chist sebaceu

    Hybrid cyst, epidermoid and trichilemmal, localized on the finger Trichilemmal cyst (pilar) is very unusual to be found on finger Trichilemmal cyst (or pilar cyst) is a cyst that form from the hair follicle It is localised almost exclusively on the scalp A cyst on the finger interfere with daily activities The cyst is localized under the skin, it has a hard surface and it’s not painful. It grows slowly. MRI images: the cyst pushes the finger’s normal tissues Warning! Further on an excision of a trichilemmal cyst (pillar) will be presented. The following video can have an emotional impact! Trichilemmal cyst (pilar) it is wrapped in a capsule (membrane).…

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    Grapefruit-sized Growth, Part 1: The Punch

    ENGLISH He actually saw someone else who had this procedure you know so (unintelligible) Dr. Lee – Have you ever seen anybody for this? Patient – No. Dr. Lee – No? Dr. Lee – Have you ever seen anybody for this? Patient – No. Dr. Lee – No? Dr. Lee – Because it’s something that you know um (put on mute) Dr. Lee – It started very little and then just right in the middle of it and then it just started growing and growing huh? It’s pretty firm. I don’t if it’s a lipoma or a cyst. And I feel a little depression right here. So what I think…

  • “Skin Cancer Can Hit Even YOU!?”
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    “Skin Cancer Can Hit Even YOU!?”

    It’s May…It’s Another Sultry Summer In South Fla.! hey gang it’s Paul back again I have a lot of wonderful things to talk to you about but this is kind of just the filling I think I can’t believe that we’ve been off the air for a few weeks now ever since our initial foray into life under the palms I think it was going well but it’s very difficult to to have Brad balance a really taxing job that gives him a not much relaxation and I kind of said can we do can we do a film today can we do a film today place it next for…

  • Earlobe Repair after Skin Cancer Removal (Mohs Surgery)
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    Earlobe Repair after Skin Cancer Removal (Mohs Surgery)

    Skin cancer here, basal cell, which is not life threatening but locally destructive here. You’ve had one of these before. “Yes” And we’ve removed it now, it’s all clear, but we’re gonna actually move, it’s called the double advancement flap, where I’m gonna move this tissue a little up and move this tissue down to cover this little baby Tyson bite. …that we have here. Okay… You shouldn’t feel anything other than us touching you. It’s called the double advancement because we’re advancing tissue from both sides here. You’ve got something right here, too. Doing just great! Okay? Nothing’s bothering you, right? No. Good. Got it? Just going to use…