American Journal of Dermatological Research and Reviews


Vitiligo Treated by Soaking in an Earth Pond Containing KELEA Activated Water

Review Article of American Journal of Dermatological Research and Reviews Vitiligo Treated by Soaking in an Earth Pond Containing KELEA Activated Water John Martin1* and Shera Sandwell1 1Institute of Progressive Medicine, 1634 Spruce Street, South Pasadena CA 91030 USA. Vitiligo completely regressed in two patients who spent several hours for each of three consecutive days in a pond that contains water with a heightened quantity of a non-thermal activity attributed to a natural force called KELEA (Kinetic Energy Limiting Electrostatic Attraction). KELEA is further defined as the source of cellular energy, which comprises the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway. The ACE pathway differs from the cellular energy obtained from food metabolism. It is expressed as an added dynamic (kinetic) quality of the body’s fluids. The body utilizes the ACE pathway in both chemical and electrical cellular reactions, including the recovery and regenerative processes following cellular damage. The ACE pathway supports the higher levels of brain functioning including the likelihood of improving upon the presumed KELEA receiving capacity of the brain. The ACE pathway can also limit the triggering and maintenance of the inflammatory response. Each of these activities is presumably involved in the clinical regression of the vitiligo in the two patients. Enhancing the ACE pathway may provide an effective therapeutic approach for many patients with vitiligo. Keywords: Vitiligo; Stealth adapted viruses; Alternative cellular energy; ACE pathway; Kinetic energy limiting electrostatic attraction ...

Single Oral Dose of Ivermectin as a New Therapeutic Trial for Contacts of Patients with Scabies

Research Article of American Journal of Dermatological Research and Reviews Single Oral Dose of Ivermectin as a New Therapeutic Trial for Contacts of Patients with Scabies Khalifa E. Sharquie1, Adil A. Noaimi2, Riyam A. Flayyih3 1Professor, MD, PhD, FRCP Edin, Department of Dermatology, College of Medicine, University of Baghdad. Iraqi and Arab Board for Dermatology and Venereology, Baghdad Teaching Hospital, Medical City, Baghdad, Iraq. 2Professor, MD, DDV, FICMS, Department of Dermatology, College of Medicine, University of Baghdad. Iraqi and Arab Board for Dermatology and Venereology, Baghdad Teaching Hospital, Medical City, Baghdad, Iraq. 3MD, Center of Dermatology; Baghdad Teaching Hospital; Medical City, Baghdad, Iraq. Background: Scabies is one of the common epidemic and endemic diseases worldwide. Many topical therapeutic modalities for scabies are available. Topical ivermectin has been used effectively in treatment of scabies but there is no oral effective therapy that prevents contacts to get scabies. Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of oral ivermectin in prevention of scabies contacts to get scabies. Patients and Methods: The study is a single-blinded therapeutic study that was conducted in the Center of Dermatology, Baghdad Teaching Hospital, Baghdad, Iraq during the period from April 2018 through October 2019.Two hundred sixty healthy scabies contacts were included in this study, their ages ranged from 5-60 years with a mean ± SD of 19.3± 1.9 years. All these contacts were screened for active scabies and they were all free. The contacts of scabies were treated by ivermectin tablet 200 microgram per kg as a single dose after 2 hours from dinner. They were seen regularly after 4 weeks to be re-examined and to record any scabies and drug side effects. Results: The response after four weeks of single dose therapy of healthy contacts showed that 245 (94%) from 260 were free of scabies and only 15(6%) contacts ...

Keratosis Pilaris Rubra Totalis: Clinical and Histopathological Study with New insights

Research Article of American Journal of Dermatological Research and Reviews Keratosis Pilaris Rubra Totalis: Clinical and Histopathological Study with New insights 1Professor Khalifa E. Sharquie MD; PhD; 1Professor Adil A. Noaimi MD; FICMS.; 2Dr. Raed I. Jabbar MD; CABD. 1Department of Dermatology, College of Medicine, University of Baghdad. Iraqi and Arab Board of Dermatology and Venereology, Center of Dermatology and Venereology, Medical City, Baghdad, Iraq.2Center of Dermatology and Venereology, Medical City, Baghdad, Iraq Background: Keratosis pilaris rubra (KPR) is a common but unrecognized follicular keratinizatioin. It is a common skin problem among Iraqi population and most cases were misdiagnosed as dermatitis as there are few reports in medical literature. Objective: To do full clinical and histopathological evaluation of  KPR in Iraqi population. Patients and Methods: This is case descriptive, clinico-histopathological outpatient based study. It was done in the Center of Dermatology and Venereology, Baghdad Teaching Hospital, Medical City, Iraq during the period from March 2016 to October 2017. Sixty patients were enrolled in this study. History and dermatological examination were carried out for all patients. Skin biopsy was done for 10 patients for histopathological study using Hematoxylin and Eosin stain. Results: A total of the 60 patients were diagnosed as KPR during the study period. Thirty nine (65%) males and 21 (35%) females. The age at onset of disease ranged from since birth to 8 (2.9± 2.17) years . Facial involvement included the cheeks in 60 (100%) patients. Other sites of involvement included the arms where the lateral aspects involved in 60 (100%) patients and the medial aspect 11 (18.3%), thighs including the buttocks in 51 (85%), trunk 25 (41.6%), legs 22 (36.6%) and the neck 15 (25%).The rash was erythematous all over but most obvious on the sides of face presenting as red, rough face. Histopathological evaluation showed follicular ...

Oral Ivermectin should be considered as a Magic Therapy for Scabies with 98% Cure

Research Article of American Journal of Dermatological Research and Reviews Oral Ivermectin should be considered as a Magic Therapy for Scabies with 98% Cure 1Professor Khalifa E. Sharquie MD, PhD, FRCP Edin, 2Professor Adil A. Noaimi MD, DDV, FICMS, 3Dr. Riyam A. Flayyih MD. 1Department of Dermatology, College of Medicine, University of Baghdad. Iraqi and Arab Board for Dermatology and Venereology, Baghdad Teaching Hospital, Medical City, Baghdad, Iraq. 2Department of Dermatology, College of Medicine, University of Baghdad. Iraqi and Arab Board for Dermatology and Venereology, Baghdad Teaching Hospital, Medical City, Baghdad, Iraq. 3Center of Dermatology; Baghdad Teaching Hospital; Medical City, Baghdad, Iraq. Background: Scabies is one of the commonest endemic pruritic diseases all over the worldwide. Many topical therapeutic options for scabies are available, but none of them could be accepted by many patients as all of them need covering the whole body by ointment overnight. Accordingly patients are looking for safe oral therapy like many other diseases. Objective: To assess the effectiveness of oral ivermectin in the treatment of scabies. Patients and Methods: This single, blinded, therapeutic work was conducted in the Center of Dermatology and Venereology, Baghdad Teaching Hospital, Baghdad, Iraq during the period from April 2018 through October 2019. Fifty of patients with scabies were involved in this study. All socio-demographic data that related to the disease were obtained from each patient. History and clinical examination was done for each case to establish   the diagnosis. Fifty patients treated by ivermectin tablet 200 microgram per kg as a single dose on empty stomach and repeated after one week. The patients were seen regularly every 2 weeks for 4 weeks duration after stopping therapy, to re-asses cure and to report any local or systemic side effects. Results: A total of 50 patients were included in this study, 21 (42%) ...

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