Biomedical tattoo may permit early diagnosis of diseases associated with hypercalcemia, preliminary study shows.
Married patients present earlier with localized melanoma than their unmarried counterparts, a new study shows.
Immune cell derivative itaconate may combat psoriasis and other autoimmune diseases, shows a study in Nature.
In a comparison of the performance between physician assistants and dermatologists, physician assistants performed more skin biopsies per case of skin cancer and diagnosed fewer melanomas in situ, a study shows.
Changing the schedule of targeted therapies has been shown to improve the response rate in a mouse model of melanoma.
Immune responses to the latest shingles vaccine (Shingrix) last for at least three years following vaccination. The robust immune responses develop and persist in all age groups, according to a recent study in The Journal of Infectious Diseases.
A decrease in the levels of natural moisturizing factors and an increase in the density of corneocytes may explain why dermatitis and xerosis are worse in the winter.
Dementia, epilepsy, and Parkinson disease are twice as common in patients with pemphigus than in matched controls, researchers report in JAMA Dermatology.
Newly discovered dermoscopy features differentiate melanoma in situ from benign lesions, shows a study in JAMA Dermatology.
Researchers suggest that an assessment of cardiovascular risk factors in the atopic dermatitis patient population is prudent.