A recent chart review found that eczematous eruptions occurred in 5.8% of patients using interleukin (IL)-17 inhibitors for psoriasis. Its authors believe that additional research could help identify which patients may be most at risk.
A phase 2 study shows that the oral Janus kinase (JAK) 1 inhibitor abrocitinib quickly improved atopic dermatitis (AD) severity and symptoms versus placebo with some measures achieving statistically significant separation in days.
A novel gel formulation combining tretinoin 0.04% and clindamycin 1% using a controlled release microsphere delivery system effectively treats acne vulgaris without the skin irritation associated with topical tretinoin alone, according to recent data.
New topical treatments for psoriasis increasingly prove that vehicles matter, says an expert who spoke at the South Beach Symposium.
With extended remissions, high safety and favorable dosing schedules, interleukin (IL)-23 inhibitors are well-suited for a variety of patients with psoriasis, says an expert who spoke at the South Beach Symposium
A combination of ivermectin 1% cream and oral 40-mg doxycycline has the potential to be an effective therapy for some people with moderate to severe rosacea after the publication of results from a phase 3b/4 study examining the combination’s efficacy and safety compared to ivermectin as a monotherapy.
Understanding differences among preparations and dilutions of botulinum toxin type A can improve clinical practice, according to industry experts.
A dermatologist performed a large excision on a patient without taking a medication history, and the patient experienced progressive post-operative bleeding. Was he negligent? Dr. Goldberg discusses this hypothetical case and the nuances of physician negligence in this Legal Eagle article.
Eli Lilly and Incyte announces positive results of two phase 3 clinical trials investigating the use of JAK inhibitor baricitinib as both a monotherapy and combination therapy for moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis.
Mounting revenue pressure requires dermatology practices to reconsider their approach to Medicare MIPS involvement and health insurance contracting strategies, says this expert.