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Foulematou Soumah1, Soriba Naby Camara2, Houleymatou Balde1, Mohamed Cisse1, Aissatou Taran Diallo3 and Mohamed Lamine Camara1
1National Hospital of Donka, Guinea 2Wuhan Union Hospital, China 3National Hospital of Ignace Denn, Guinea
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Clin Exp Dermatol Res
The aim of the study was to describe the side effects of the depigmentation on the skin in the Guinean population. It was a retrospective on the cross sectional carry out from January 2012 to December 2014 inclusively. The study was based in the 276 patients admitted in our department .The mean age is 25 years , their age range from 18 to 30 years. The main clinical signs observed was; whitness of the skin (100%), loss of elasticity (87%), acne (35%), Burn of the skin (85%), followed by the squamous erythema (15%), cancer of the skin. The side effects of the depigmentation are numerous, however in the African context especially in the tropical countries, are characterize by the appearance of cancers of the skins.
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