Dermatologists must be able to distinguish between infected and noninfected diabetic foot ulcers because whether or not a DFU is infected can help determine treatment protocol, says Warrent S. Joseph, D.P.M, FIDSA.
A review of more than 5,000 patients with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis who were treated with ixekizumab over three years, shows no unexpected safety signals.
Patients with early-onset psoriasis are less likely than those with late-onset psoriasis to respond to systemic psoriasis treatments, a scientific review shows.
Signs of aortic vascular inflammation in psoriasis patients may indicate early signs of coronary artery disease, report researchers writing in the Sept. 12 issue of JAMA Cardiology.
Psoriasis is associated with a host of comorbidities, such as obesity and the metabolic syndrome. In this study, researchers show that fatty liver disease is often the first sign of worsening health.
While lasers get a gold star for tissue tightening and microneedling quickly and effectively addresses issues ranging from stubborn wrinkles to stretch marks, the two treatments often complement each other.
A novel tyrosine kinase 2 (TYK2) inhibitor may provide efficacy comparable to that of currently available biologic agents for psoriasis, without the adverse effects associated with JAK inhibitors, a study shows.
A recent review by the National Psoriasis Foundation's medical board suggests that adults with psoriasis and/or psoriatic arthritis (PsA) may use dietary interventions to supplement standard medical therapies to reduce disease severity.
Adalimumab trials in psoriasis show no new safety signals in nearly 5,500 patient-years (PYs) of exposure, shows a review in the British Journal of Dermatology.
When hurricanes Irma and Maria hit Puerto Rico in September 2017, the connections Dr. José Raúl Montes, an oculoplastic surgeon and frequent speaker at dermatology meetings, said that the connections he made through the years with peers and patients helped him stay afloat.
Speaker and oculoplastic surgeon, José Raúl Montes, M.D., discusses how his love for music and passion for connection have lead him to train others on the proper use of injectables.