postinflammatory

postinflammatory

/post·in·flam·ma·to·ry/ (-in-flam´ah-tor″e) occurring after or secondary to inflammation.
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The panelists largely agreed that azelaic acid cream 20% or gel 15% can be useful to treat acne in pregnant women and patients with acne and postinflammatory hyperpigmention, although some said it can cause irritation and aggravate already inflamed skin.
However, it is characterized by open and closed comedones, papules, and pustules and, in severe cases, nodules and cysts that may leave postinflammatory hyperpigmentation and scarring.
However, discussion persists regarding whether NTM invade preexisting bronchiectasis or lead to the initiation of bronchiectasis through postinflammatory bronchiectasis like MTBc does (29,30).
The differential diagnosis includes chemical or drug-induced hypopigmentation, postinflammatory depigmentation, lesions associated with melanoma and scleroderma, or residual lesions after pityriasis versicolor, psoriasis
Postinflammatory hypopigmentation was seen in 3 patients (3%).
Lichen Planus: Oral lesions are said to be uncommon in the black skin, but frequent in the Caucasoid people, while hypertrophic lichen planus, lichen planus pigmentosus, actinic variants and postinflammatory hyperpigmentation is a characteristic outcome of lichen planus in African Americans or dark skin individuals.
The scarcity of optic nerve specimens with ION has left gaps in clinicalmorphologic correlation, including the roles that postinflammatory mediators and apoptosis play in the evolution of ischemic injury.
The distribution of the erythema, scale, and postinflammatory hyperpigmentation was highly suggestive of an ACD to nickel.
There was history of rhinorrhea with nasal crusting and epistaxis, pedal edema and erythema nodosum leprosum lesions, which he developed thrice during his 3-year course of illness along with constitutional disturbances that resolved spontaneously, healing with postinflammatory hyperpigmentation.
The disease should be differentiated from lichen planus pigmentosus, postinflammatory hyperpigmentation, fixed drug eruption, and Addison's disease.
EECC has been subclassified into six types: congenital, post- traumatic, iatrogenic, postobstructive, postinflammatory, and spontaneous, depending on the etiology.
Successful short-term and long-term treatment of melasma and postinflammatory hyperpigmentation using vitamin C with a full-face iontophoresis mask and a mandelic/malic acid skin care regimen.