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  • Guidance on long term consequences of treatment for gynaecological cancer. Part 1: Pelvic radiotherapy (PDF)

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    Society of Radiographers - SOR (Add filter)

    Published by Society of Radiographers (SCoR);Macmillan Cancer Support, 29 June 2014

    This document is aimed at UK gynaecological oncology professionals but will also be useful to anyone, including primary care professionals, involved in the care of women at any time before or after...

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  • Acropustulosis of infancy

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    Primary Care Dermatology Society - PCDS (Remove filter)

    Published by Primary Care Dermatology Society (PCDS), 11 March 2018

    Acropustulosis of infancy is an uncommon condition characterised by small, itchy blisters and pustules on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet affecting children in the first 2-3 years of...

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  • Pityriasis rosea

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    Primary Care Dermatology Society - PCDS (Remove filter)

    Published by Primary Care Dermatology Society (PCDS), 08 June 2018

    Pityriasis rosea is an acute self-limiting condition of unknown cause. A rash predominantly affects the trunk but can involve the limbs, and occasionally the face, in children. This  guidance...

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  • Acne: Acne vulgaris

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    Primary Care Dermatology Society - PCDS (Remove filter)

    Published by Primary Care Dermatology Society (PCDS), 25 August 2020

    Virtually every adolescent has a few “spots”, however, about 15% of the adolescent population have sufficient problems to seek treatment. In most patients, but not all, the acne clears up by the...

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  • Alopecia: an overview

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    Primary Care Dermatology Society - PCDS (Remove filter)

    Published by Primary Care Dermatology Society (PCDS), 15 March 2020

    An overview of alopecia (excluding the genetic hair shaft defects). Differentiating between scarring and non-scarring alopecia is particularly important because scarring alopecia is irreversible...

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  • Acrocyanosis

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    Primary Care Dermatology Society - PCDS (Remove filter)

    Published by Primary Care Dermatology Society (PCDS), 10 October 2019

    Acrocyanosis is characterised by painless discoloration, of different shades of blue, affecting the extremities. The colour change has relative persistence with aggravation by cold exposure, and...

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  • Vasculitis

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    Primary Care Dermatology Society - PCDS (Remove filter)

    Published by Primary Care Dermatology Society (PCDS), 14 April 2020

    Vasculitis refers to the inflammation and necrosis of blood vessels, and may be localised or systemic. Many of the vasculitides (conditions associated with vasculitis) have a cutaneous component.

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