Flagellate pigmentation is an uncommon and curious cutaneous manifestation commonly associated with systemic bleomycin chemotherapy.
Ilya Petrou, M.D.
In humans, rare animal-type melanoma variant seems to be more bark than bite.
A recent clinical trial found that the dietary supplementation of oral zinc sulfate is ineffective in treating patients suffering from moderate-to-severe rosacea. The apparent failure of this particular clinical trial is of particular interest in that it was a near-duplicate of a 3-year-old clinical trial found in the literature, which showed that oral zinc supplementation was beneficial in the treatment of rosacea.
A more precise skin typing system using diffuse reflectance spectrometry is beneficial to those with intermediate skin types.
Cutaneous manifestations of metabolic syndrome aid dermatologists in appropriate diagnosis.
Folliculotropic melanoma demands timely action, as little is known about the disease's potential aggressiveness.
A novel approach that involves using a special formulation of calcitriol proves to impart protection against chemotherapy-induced alopecia.
According to new data, oral alitretinoin can clear severe chronic hand eczema.
Recurrent genital herpes infections can be challenging to treat, and patients' quality of life decreases as frequency of relapses increases.
A combination of three potent antioxidants proves to be very efficient in the treatment of wrinkles and other signs of aging and photoaging.