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Vet Nurse: Full Leg Bandage

Vet Nursing

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4 - Other factors when using microscopes

This video describes other factors that you should consider when using microscopes. This will improve the image quality and help you make the diagnosis more rapidly. This video was produced with the…

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Botulinum toxin and its aesthetic uses

Botox a terrific case story of how much drug and medical innovation works. How a deadly toxin became....

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Navigating the external teaching resource website

A brief quite to finding your way around the www.reestheskin.me/teaching site

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What has changed in dermatology?

A look back at how we got here. I outline three changes in clinical practice, and why they happened.

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Putting on sterile gloves (remake 2016)

Techniques may differ depending on whether surgery is clean or sterile, and whether gowns are worn.

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Quiz 01: skin cancer

A short quiz on skin cancer and its mimics

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Drug rash remake (2016 remake)

Drug rash is a useful 'suitcase' of a diagnosis. But what is inside?

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Eczema in 5 minutes (2016 remake)

A brief introduction to eczema. A topic that confuses.

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Acne in 5 minutes (2016 remake)

A brief introduction to acne pathogenesis

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Antihistamines eczema: confused? (2016 new edit)

Brief explanation of title.

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Psoriasis in five minutes

A brief introduction to psoriasis.

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Welcome to dermatology

A brief introduction to the dermatology attachment in year 5.

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Skin cancer in (under) five minutes.

A very (!) brief introduction to skin cancer.

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Why does psoriasis sometimes look white?

Psoriasis is an inflammatory disorder, with a greatly increased blood flow to plaques. So why does is sometimes look white? Is there a 'white chromophore'? Or is there another explanation?

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The biology of the skin barrier: the eczema connection.

A description of basic keratinocyte biology, with an emphasis on the formation of the stratum corneum. I explain how the bricks and mortar model works, and how external agents can attack this barrier…

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