D. Keith Cobb, MD

PROMED HEALTHCARE

7901 ANGLING RD

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Consultant Health Guide: Keys to Successful Weight Loss

March 01, 2006

Excess weight increases the risk of having a heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure, arthritis, diabetes, depression, fatigue, and certain types of cancer. Losing weight and keeping it off are very difficult for most persons who are overweight. Here are some suggestions to help you lose pounds and keep your weight down.

Nummular Eczema

September 14, 2005

Enlarging, coin-shaped lesions erupted on a 54-year-old man's posterior hands, arms, and buttocks 3 weeks before he sought medical evaluation. A few scattered lesions arose on his trunk and thighs as well. The lesions were mildly pruritic, but there were no excoriations. No discharge from the lesions was observed. The patient's history revealed no causative environmental factors.

Verruca Recurrence on Hand of 14-Year-Old Boy

September 14, 2005

For 3 weeks, a 14-year-old boy had been aware of an enlarging lesion on the back of his hand. He recalled no trauma to the affected area. Further questioning by Dr D. Keith Cobb of Savannah, Ga, revealed that a 4-mm verruca, or wart, had been removed from the same site 6 months earlier with cryosurgery by a different physician.

Verruca Recurrence

April 02, 2002

For 3 weeks, a 14-year-old boy had been aware of an enlarging lesion on the back of his hand. He recalled no trauma to the affected area. Further questioning by Dr D. Keith Cobb of Savannah, Ga, revealed that a 4-mm verruca, or wart, had been removed from the same site 6 months earlier with cryosurgery by a different physician.