Write a Case Report following these guidelines:
Letters to the Editor (Correspondence) may be in response to issues arising from recently published articles, or short, free-standing pieces expressing an opinion. Case reports will be considered, but published as items of correspondence. Letters to the Editor do not require abstracts, should be formatted in one continuous section and should not exceed 600 words, 10 references and two figures. I attached several articles that I found useful as well as a summary of the patient that we treated (See patient details). References should be in Vancouver format and appear as consecutive, unbracketed superscript numbers in the text, e.g., ‘in our previous reports1,2 and those of Smith et al.3–5’ and should be listed numerically in the reference list at the end of the article.
Format references as below, using standard (Medline) abbreviations for journal titles. If more than six authors, include the first three authors followed by et al. If six or fewer authors, please include all authors’ names.
de Berker DAR, Baran R, Dawber RPR. The nail in dermatological diseases. In: Baran and Dawber’s Diseases of the Nails and their Management (Baran R, Dawber RPR, de Berker DAR, Haneke E, Tosti A, eds), 3rd edn. Oxford: Blackwell Science Ltd, 2001; 172–92.
Wollina U, Hansel G. The use of topical calcineurin inhibitors in lupus erythematosus: an overview. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 2008;22:1–6.