Biologic efficacy may not wane under previous exposure to biologic treatments, study shows.
A review of complementary and alternative medicines used by more than 51 percent of patients with psoriasis, shows that indigo naturalis, curcumin, dietary modification, fish oil, meditation, and acupuncture may be effective in some patients, but proceed cautiously investigators say.
"Everybody's lips are unique, and every patient needs a unique approach to giving them the perfect lip for their face," according to Ava Shamban, M.D., who offers her perfect lip how-to.
The new Thermage FLX adds speed and ease of use to the only monopolar radiofrequency (RF) device FDA-cleared for use on body and facial locations, including the eyelids, with a single treatment.
Helping a dermatopathologist diagnose neoplasms and infections of the foot requires not only taking adequate samples, but in many cases, sending clinical photographs with them.
The prevalence of psoriatic arthritis in patients with psoriasis worldwide appears to be around 20 percent, shows a meta-analysis published in JAAD.
A JAMA Dermatology study shows that adherence to a Mediterranean diet high in anti-inflammatory nutrients may lessen psoriasis severity.
Patients with psoriasis have a higher risk of developing new onset diabetes mellitus. It’s a risk that’s been described as statistically significant. So, in this article, we examine dermatologic care for diabetic foot infections.
Many tools and strategies can help dermatologists overcome their discomfort in addressing psoriatic arthritis (PsA) in patients with psoriasis, physicians report.
Newer biologics that target interleukin (IL)-17 and IL-23 are changing the paradigm for psoriasis treatment, report physicians.