POLL: Which Aspect of Alopecia Awareness Do You Feel Needs The Most Improvement?
This Alopecia Awareness Month, we want to know your thoughts on necessary action points to improve alopecia awareness. Click here to answer this week's poll.
Derm In The News: September 3-9
Keep up with the latest headlines in dermatology from the past week, including awareness efforts following singer Jimmy Buffett's death from complications of Merkel cell carcinoma, AI dermatology tools lacking representation of darker skin tones, and more.
Oral Macrolides Demonstrate Efficacy in Aseptic Facial Granuloma
The condition may present as a manifestation of pediatric rosacea.
Dermoscopy Assessment Showed Efficacy of Botulinum Toxin A in Egyptian Patients With Androgenetic Alopecia
BTA treatment was both safe and effective in male and female patients, indicating its potential as a therapeutic strategy in treating Egyptian patients with AGA.
VIOLIN Study Examines Extent of Burden of Disease in French Vitiligo Patients
The VIOLIN study examined the burden of disease, prevalence, and treatment of vitiligo in patients in France.
Platelet-Rich Plasma May Be Effective as a Therapeutic Option For Vitiligo
PRP is both safe and effective and may be used as a therapeutic option or alternative in conditions like vitiligo or in wound healing.
A Look Back at Summer Conferences and Coverage
Dermatology Times is reflecting on this summer's dermatology conferences with a recap of our top 3 articles from Fall Clinical, Maui Derm, World Congress, SDPA, and SPD.
POLL: What Is The Most Common Skin Care 'Mistake' You Have Observed Among Your Patients?
This Skin Care Awareness Month, Dermatology Times wants to hear your insights. Click here to answer this week's poll.
Derm In The News: August 27-September 2
Keep up with the latest headlines in dermatology from the past week, including excimer laser market projections, an innovative skin health app developed by a California teenager, and more.
Adult Patients’ Quality of Life, Sexuality Impacted by Childhood Vulvar Lichen Sclerosus Diagnoses
Quality of life and sexuality were somewhat affected in 51.9% of adults who had been diagnosed with vulvar lichen sclerosus in childhood or adolescence.
Mechanical Dermabrasion, CO2 Laser Led to Positive Results in Epithelial Sheets Transplantation in Vitiligo
Both modalities achieved positive results and accurate ablation in cultured epithelial sheets transplantation for patients with vitiligo.
Science of Skincare Summit Co-Chairs Preview Cutting-Edge September Program
Patricia Farris, MD, and Ted Lain, MD, MBA, co-chairs of the Science of Skincare Summit, discuss their excitement for the September conference and its innovative educational experience.
Endo-Radiofrequency Deemed a Safe, Effective Modality for Axillary HS Treatment
The procedure was both effective and safe in a small cohort of patients with refractory hidradenitis suppurativa of the axilla.
Hair Loss Awareness Month 2023: In Review
As Hair Loss Awareness Month 2023 comes to a close, Dermatology Times is reviewing the top hair loss headlines and news from August.
Year-Long Analysis Reveals High Rates of Patient Satisfaction With OnabotulinumtoxinA Treatment
Allergan Aesthetics has shared details of a recently-published analysis involving patient-reported satisfaction, including natural-looking outcomes, with OnabotulinumtoxinA (Botox) treatment.
Psoriasis Awareness Month 2023: In Review
As Psoriasis Awareness Month 2023 comes to a close, Dermatology Times is reviewing the top psoriasis headlines and news from August.
Study Examines Sun Protection Habits in Sexual and Gender Minority Populations in Lebanon
Investigators recommended further studies exploring the confounding variables that may contribute to higher rates of skin cancers in this patient population.
New Trio Combination Cream Efficacious in Melasma Treatment
A study found that a triple combination cream containing isobutylamido-thiazolyl-resorcinol, retinoic acid, and dexamethazone proved to be effective in treating melasma.
POLL: What Form of Hair Loss Do You Most Commonly Treat in Your Practice?
This Hair Loss Awareness Month, let us know your experiences. Click here to answer this week's poll.
Derm In The News: August 20-26
Keep up with the latest headlines in dermatology from the past week, including growing concerns of a dermatologist shortage in Ontario, LEO Pharma's acquisition of Timber Pharmaceuticals, and more. This week, we have also included a patient-forward rundown of top headlines to share with your patients.
Prevention Program Effective in Reducing Patient Burden of Foot Dermatoses
The OCCUPES study examined the patient burden associated with foot dermatoses and work-related skin diseases and the implications of a prevention program.
Imiquimod Capable of Detecting Subclinical Actinic Keratosis
As few as 90% of study participants without visible actinic keratosis lesions displayed inflammatory reactions indicative of the presence of subclinical AK lesions.
Reviewing Mast Cell Silencing and Therapeutic Considerations for Chronic Urticaria
The novel therapeutic approach may be promising for patients with the mast cell-dependent disease, which has limited treatment options despite the substantial burden associated with the condition.
In Rosacea, Botulinum Toxin Requires Further Analysis of Long-Term Clinical Efficacy and Safety
While botulinum toxin has emerged as a treatment course for rosacea in recent years, researchers are calling for more comprehensive and detailed long-term research to assess its effectiveness.
CRH-R1 Markedly Increased in Psoriasis, Actinic Keratosis Mast Cells
Investigators noted that there was not a marked increase, however, in keratinocyte skin carcinomas.
First Patient Dosed in IMG-007 Atopic Dermatitis Study
The OX40 monoclonal antibody possesses an extended half-life. In a previous study, this half-life exceeded that of the average conventional IgG.
Derm In the News: August 13-19
Keep up with the latest headlines in dermatology from the past week, including the use of skin allografts in treating victims of the Maui wildfires and ways to help victims, and more.
Leah Howard, JD: Advocacy in Chronic Skin Conditions
Following this week's Science of Skin media roundtable hosted by AbbVie, panelist and National Psoriasis Foundations President and CEO Leah Howard, JD, discusses the importance of advocacy and mental health in chronic skin conditions.
Treating and Preventing Postinflammatory Hypo- and Hyperpigmentation
UV exposure or trauma to the skin, such as blistering and ulceration, can lead to changes in skin pigmentation and appearance.
DERMACLEAR Study, NLP System Increase Real-World Evidence of Clinical Practice
The DERMACLEAR study has retrospectively obtained data from more than 54,000 patients, and the NLP system had greater than 95% precision.
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