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Lentigo maligna – Medical Review (Medicinski pregled), 52, 2016, № 6, 56-58.
G. Tchernev1, 2, A. A. Chokoeva2,3, I. Lozev4, I. Pidakev4, J. W. Patterson5

Prof. Georgi Tchernev - corresponding author
1Department of Dermatology, Venereology and Dermatologic Surgery; Medical Institute of Ministry of Interior (MVR  Sofia)
2Onkoderma” Policlinic for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery, Sofia, Bulgaria; e-mail: georgi_tchernev@yahoo.de

Dr. Anastasiya Chokoeva
3Department of Dermatology and Venereology; Medical Faculty; Medical University; 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria; e-mail: assia_chokoeva@abv.bg

Assoc. Prof Ilia Lozev, MD
4Department of General, Vascular and Abdominal Surgery; Medical Institute of Ministry of Interior (MVR -  Sofia); 79 General Skobelev Blvd.; 1606 Sofia Bulgaria;
e-mail: ilialozev@gbg.bg

Ivan Pidakev, PhD; e-mail: ipidakev@abv.bg

Prof. James W. Patterson, MD
5Department of Pathology; University of Virginia Health System; 1215 Lee Street, Box 800214; Charlottesville, VA 22908; e-mail: jwp9e@virginia.edu

Introduction: A 70-year-old female Caucasian woman presented to the dermatology department with complaints about a pigmented lesion, located on her face. The lesion first developed 2-3 years prior to presentation, with gradually increasing size, most obvious during the recent year. Arterial hypertension, ischemic heart disease and acquired hypothyroidism were reported as comorbidities, well controlled with medications. No family history for dermatologic diseases was available. On physical examination, a superficial spreading pigmented lesion, measuring approximately 2-3.2 cm in diameter, was identified on patient’s left cheek, above the nasolabial fold (Fig 1a,b,c). The lesion was oval shaped, with sharply demarcated, irregular borders and different shades of irregular brown to black pigment, more pronounced in the upper part of the lesion. Laboratory testing did not reveal any significant abnormalities. ...

 

 

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Skin cancer treatment strategies: back in the future? – Medical Review (Medicinski pregled), 52, 2016, № 5, 63-64.
G. Tchernev1, 2, A. A. Chokoeva2,3, I. Lozev4, I. Pidakev4, J. W. Patterson5

Prof. Georgi Tchernev - corresponding author
(1)Department of Dermatology, Venereology and Dermatologic Surgery; Medical Institute of Ministry of Interior (MVR - Sofia)
(2)Onkoderma” Policlinic for Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery, Sofia, Bulgaria; e-mail: georgi_tchernev@yahoo.de

Dr. Anastasiya Chokoeva
3Department of Dermatology and Venereology; Medical Faculty; Medical University; 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria; e-mail: assia_chokoeva@abv.bg

Assoc. Prof Ilia Lozev, MD
(4)Department of General, Vascular and Abdominal Surgery; Medical Institute of Ministry of Interior (MVR - Sofia); 79 General Skobelev Blvd.; 1606 Sofia Bulgaria;
e-mail: ilialozev@gbg.bg

Ivan Pidakev, PhD; e-mail: ipidakev@abv.bg

Prof. James W. Patterson, MD
(5)Department of Pathology; University of Virginia Health System; 1215 Lee Street, Box 800214; Charlottesville, VA 22908; e-mail: jwp9e@virginia.edu

Introduction: A 70-year-old female Caucasian woman presented to the dermatology department with complaints about a pigmented lesion, located on her face. The lesion first developed 2-3 years prior to presentation, with gradually increasing size, most obvious during the recent year. Arterial hypertension, ischemic heart disease and acquired hypothyroidism were reported as comorbidities, well controlled with medications. No family history for dermatologic diseases was available. On physical examination, a superficial spreading pigmented lesion, measuring approximately 2-3.2 cm in diameter, was identified on patient’s left cheek, above the nasolabial fold (Fig 1a,b,c). The lesion was oval shaped, with sharply demarcated, irregular borders and different shades of irregular brown to black pigment, more pronounced in the upper part of the lesion. Laboratory testing did not reveal any significant abnormalities. ...

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Sarcoid like reactions (SLRs): The novel paraneoplastic sign for melanoma and cancer progression? – Medical Review (Medicinski pregled), 52, 2016, 3, 68.
G. Tchernev, A. Chokoeva and T. Lotti

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ADCRSTR and “The Delayed Diagnosis of Cutaneous Tumors” – Medical Review (Medicinski pregled), 52, 2016, 2,  66-67.
G. Tchernev, A. Chokoeva, I. Bakardzhiev and T. Lotti

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Neglected advanced giant squamous cell carcinomas and Cetuximab: The revolution of monoclonal antibodies - Medical Review (Medicinski pregled), 52, 2016, № 1, 65-66.
G. Tchernev, I. Bakardzhiev, A. Chokoeva, U. Wollina and T. Lotti.


Non-dermatophytic Tinea capitis -- new etiopathogenetic trends and future therapeutic options?  - Medical Review (Medicinski pregled), 52, 2016, № 1, 67-68.
A. Chokoeva, L. Zisova, T. Lotti and G. Tchernev.

 


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