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The need for clear images of cutaneous conditions is more critical in dermatology than perhaps any other specialty. In this article, we feature the photography of Dr. Justin Finch who leads the clinical photography program in dermatology at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, Conn. Dr. Finch shares his photography tips in this “How To” guide.
Dermatology Times will be reporting from the AAD annual meeting this week in San Diego. Visit our conference news page to follow the developments from the meeting.
Dermatologists recommend moisturizers for patients who suffer from atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis and psoriasis. Some over-the-counter moisturizers contain allergens patients should avoid. For details, print our table-of-the-month.
In this issue of Dermatology Times, we feature pediatric dermatology research, beginning with advances in junctional epidermolysis bullosa that led to the development of new skin for one young patient.
The January issue of Dermatology Times focuses on the role of technology in clinical practice beginning with artificial intelligence for skin cancer detection and device trends in 2018. (©Elnur/Shutterstock.com)
Dermatologists should be prepared to counsel patients about PBMT home-based treatment options for hair loss, say dermatologists from the University of Minnesota who reviewed 13 FDA-approved PBMT devices. (©EvgeniyKalinovskiy/Shutterstock.com)
Neural networks do pattern recognition just as a dermatologist would learn patterns and visual data. Computer accuracy rivals that of humans for classifying skin cancer. Deep neural networks and artificial intelligence may have a growing role in practice.
The December issue of Dermatology Times highlights expected biologic developments to watch for in 2018, aesthetic technique pearls, and the basics of managing your dermatology practice, including budgeting, social media ethics and the legalities surrounding telemedicine.
From biopsy codes used to remove hematomas to codes used for pathology charges, ICD-10 isn’t always straightforward. Reference our table for helpful tips from Karl Ellzey.