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Nadia Ismaili - Top 30 Publications

Unusual location of giant seborrhoeic keratoses.

Seborrhoeic keratoses (SK) are benign tumors that mainly occur in the head and in the trunk. Their size generally varies from a few millimeters up to a few centimeters. Giant lesions are very rare but pose a problem in terms both of treatment and transformation. Their occurrence in the genital area is even more rare, posing a problem in differential diagnosis of genital warts. Differentiation is only based on histopathology. We report the case of a 80-year old man, with no particular past medical history, who presented with asymptomatic abdominal and genital lesions evolving over the last twenty years. Clinical examination showed four hyperpigmented, humped, well-defined tumors, with warty surface measuring 2-10 cm along its longer axis (A). Dermoscopic examination showed cerebriform convolutions appearance suggesting seborrhoeic keratoses (B). Histology confirmed the diagnosis, without signs of viral infection or malignant transformation. The patient underwent surgical resection resulting in permanent scar.

Extragenital lichen sclerosus et atrophicus: about a case.

Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus is a chronic inflammatory dermatosis, characterized by a specific external genital mucosal tissue tropism. Isolated cutaneous manifestation is rare. We report a case of lichen sclerosus et atrophicus in a woman with purely cutaneous involvement, in order to highlight the importance of evoking this diagnosis in the absence of obvious genital involvement.

External ear nodule revealing a disseminated Kaposi disease.

Kaposi disease (KD) is an angiogenetic tumor process, characterized by its various clinical aspects. Its pathogenesis is multifactorial and it was attributed to HHV-8 infection. We report an original case of disseminated KD revealed by solitary lesion of external ear in a patient treated by corticosteroids for bullous pemphigoid.

Lingual tumour in a 6-year-old boy.

Flagellate erythema.

Vulvar lymphangioma circumscriptum following pelvic radiotherapy.

Crohn's disease: Vulvar edema and swelling.

Spectacular presentation of tuberous xanthomas revealing a homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia.

Tuberculous ulceration of the penis.

Secondary syphilis.

Breast cancer in men: the dermatologist has something to say.

Suspicion of food contaminants in the occurrence of a fixed drug eruption in a child.

Neurofibromatosis 1: report of a historical case.

Neurofibromatosis type 1.

Measuring quality of life in patients with psoriasis using the Arabic version for Morocco of the Dermatology Life Quality Index.

Psoriasis has been demonstrated to have substantial impacts on dermatology-related functional limitations and health-related quality of life (HRQL). This study evaluated the HRQL in Moroccan psoriatics using the Arabic version of the Dermatology Life Quality Index (DLQI) and examined the psychometric properties of the questionnaire.

Tobacco-associated lesions of the oral cavity and motivation for smoking cessation: a study of 121 cases.

Tobacco use produces many changes to the oral cavity including non-malignant, precancerous, and malignant lesions. Most of these oral lesions and changes can be detected by a simple visual inspection of the oral cavity.

Molecular epidemiology of the HHV-8 K1 gene from Moroccan patients with Kaposi's sarcoma.

The genetic variability of the human herpesvirus 8 (HHV-8) strains circulating in the populations living in the Maghreb region, an endemic area for HHV-8 and associated Kaposi's sarcoma, remains largely unknown. We have thus analyzed the genetic variation of the complete K1 gene of HHV-8 in a series of 35 viral strains, originating from 28 Moroccan patients with classic, AIDS-associated or iatrogenic Kaposi's sarcoma lesions. All but one of the 35 strains belonged to the large C molecular subtype. Furthermore, high genetic diversity within the C subtype was observed in the 35 sequenced HHV-8 K1 genes, with strains belonging to several and distinct subgroups highly supported from a phylogenetically viewpoint (e.g., C3, C7, C'' and C5). Considering these newly identified Moroccan viral strains in the context of 189 complete K1 genes, we were able to characterized, using the Simplot program, two main groups of recombinant chimeric K1 genes, either intertypic (C5) or intratypic (C7). In addition, the genetic characterization of the host maternal gene pool, through the analyses of mtDNA variation, did not provide evidence for any association between a particular human ethno-geographic background (i.e., North African vs. sub-Saharan African vs. West Eurasian linages) and any HHV-8 strain because both C' and C'' strains were randomly distributed among the different patients' population backgrounds.

Kaposi's sarcoma in Morocco: a pathological study with immunostaining for human herpesvirus-8 LNA-1.

The Maghreb region is considered to be an endemic area for classical Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) but the few published reports have focused on clinical descriptions. We report here the clinical, virological and pathological features of 26 KS cases, including 17 classic forms, eight epidemic forms and one case of post-transplant KS.