Acne Flares May be Worsened by Climate Change
Changes in the cutaneous microbiome triggered by warmer temperatures and increased UV radiation may stimulate C. acnes growth.
Data Suggest Low Recurrence Rate of Nail SCC Treated with Mohs, Wide Surgical Excision
A systematic review of literature shows a shift from amputation to other surgical tactics to treat certain types of nail squamous cell carcinomas.
Age Is Not Sole Predictor of Post-Surgical Outcomes in Older Patients with BCC
Age alone does not appear to predict all post-treatment outcomes for BCC patients and should not be used solely to guide BCC-related treatment decisions, a recent study says.
Greater EAT-V May Predict Adverse Cardiovascular Risk in Men with Severe Psoriasis
A recent study showed that men with psoriasis have larger EAT-V than those without the skin disease.
Patients with Skin Diseases Show Increased Interest in Medical Cannabis
As innovation in dermatology continues, so do questions on the efficacy of cannabinoid use for psoriasis, among other skin diseases.
On the Radar: Emerging Biologics, Topical Anti-Inflammatories, and Systemic Treatments for AD
Expert panelists discussed the pros, cons, and unknowns of the fast-growing roster of new AD treatments in a session at the 4th Annual Revolutionizing Atopic Dermatitis Conference held April 9 to 11, 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Cosmetic Procedure Complications and How to Fix Them
Anne M Chapas, MD, FAAD, discusses what to do when cosmetic procedures go wrong during a presentation at the AAD 2022 annual meeting.
Patients on Dupilumab Report Long-Term Treatment Satisfaction
Data from the RELIEVE-AD study show long-term control and treatment satisfaction.
Machine Learning to Identify Biomarkers in AD
A recent study aimed to identify whether using specific serum biomarkers could predict therapeutic response in patients with atopic dermatitis.
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