James Pathoulas, MD


Considerations to Best Serve Transgender Patients Seeking Aesthetic Care

Ronda Farah, MD, and her colleagues reviewed how dermatology providers play an important role in transgender aesthetic care.

Erin McEvoy


Cannabis Extract PHEC-66 Triggers Cell Death in Melanoma, Study Demonstrates

Researchers sought to expand knowledge of the role of cannabis and its molecular mechanisms in anticancer effects.

Ahmad Amin, MD, FAAD


Choosing a Biologic in Psoriasis With Ahmad Amin, MD, FAAD

Ahmad Amin, MD, FAAD, reviews biologic selection in patients with psoriatic disease.

Jane Bellet, MD


Nailing Common, Rare, and Scary Pediatric Nail Conditions and Surgeries

Jane Bellet, MD, will present 2 sessions full of pearls to ensure tiny fingers and toes are cared for in a timely, heartfelt, and effective treatment regimen.

Daphne Chan, PhD, MHEcon


AAD, Janssen, and Kenvue Partner to Mentor Next Generation of Dermatologists

Daphne Chan, PhD, MHEcon, discusses the Pathways program, a partnership between the AAD, Janssen, and Kenvue to mentor young, aspiring dermatology providers.

Alexandra K. Golant, MD


Alexandra Golant, MD: Insights from Olympic Athlete Suni Lee's Journey with Atopic Dermatitis

Eli Lilly recently hosted a panel discussion with Olympic athlete Suni Lee to discuss the importance of finding a dermatologist who understands the burden of AD.

David Kaplan, MD


Educational and Unmet Needs in GPP Management

An expert in dermatology shares his thoughts on the educational and unmet needs in the identification and management of patients with GPP.

Allie Karas, MA


Isotretinoin Best Practices: New Formulations, Avoiding Relapses, and More

Joshua Zeichner, MD, delivered a boot camp on isotretinoin use at AAD 2023, including an overview of newer formulations of the acne drug that could help counter the common absorption challenges.

Jennifer Holman, MD, FAAD


Clinician and Patient Pearls on Managing Atopic Dermatitis

Jennifer Holman, MD, FAAD, and her patient, Audrey Dean, discuss pearls and key take-aways from their experience managing atopic dermatitis. Jennifer Holman wraps up discussing anticipated therapeutic developments and unmet needs.

Isabella Tan, Correspondent


FROM THE COVER: E-Cigarettes and Vaping - Clinical Implications of Dermapathology, Impact on Atopic Dermatitis

Researchers hypothesize that skin contact with e-cigarette fluids can trigger an inflammatory response.

Orit Markowitz, MD


Orit Markowitz, MD: Cutting Edge Dermatology - Without Cutting the Skin

Orit Markowitz, MD, discusses pearls her SDPA fall conference sessions, "Melanoma Diagnosis, Outcomes and Survival," and "Advanced Conditions."

Lakshi Aldredge, MSN, ANP-BC


Take-Home Pearls on the Management of Plaque Psoriasis

Alexa Hetzel, MS, PA-C; Jennifer Conner, MPAS, PA-C; Terry Faleye, MPAS, PA-C; Laura Bush, DMSc, PA-C; and Lakshi Aldredge, MSN, ANP-BC, share take-home messages regarding the treatment of patients with plaque psoriasis, highlighting listening to and educating patients.

Rachael Zimlich, RN, BSN


Dermatology NP Practice is Evolving as Demand Increases

There are more than 355,000 nurse practitioners licensed in the United States in a variety of practice areas.

Kevin Kunzmann


Vitiligo Linked to Insomnia Risk

A new study showed about half of all vitiligo patients from a care system were burdened with the sleeping disorder.

Nuthan Bhat


Shin Guard Dermatitis: What's the Diagnosis?

A new allergen, acetophenone azine with generalized autoeczematization, is the cause of “shin guard dermatitis.”

Cheryl M. Burgess, MD


Cosmetic procedure complications in darker skin

Some adverse reactions to cosmetic procedures occur more often in patients with darker skin types. Patients should be counseled on appropriate cosmetic procedures for their skin type, according to Cheryl M. Burgess, M.D., at the Skin of Color Update virtual meeting.

Renee Dowling


How to get paid for injection administrations

Getting denied for injection administration can be common. How to make sure you get paid.

Adewole (Ade) Adamson, MD, MPP


Adewole (Ade) Adamson, MD, MPP: Systemic Racism, Patient Access, and Advancing Health Equity

Adamson recently shared with Dermatology Times about the significance of Vaseline's Mended Murals initiative and the role of dermatologists in improving patient access.

Caitlin Brumfiel, MS


Severe Hemorrhage from Infantile Hemangioma

A 5-month-old girl with a large scalp infantile hemangioma (IH), present since 6 weeks of age, is evaluated in the emergency department for lethargy and pallor.

Shari R. Lipner MD, PhD


Dermatophytoma: A Diagnosis That You Do Not Want to Miss

It is important dermatologists learn to recognize the clinical findings of dermatophytomas and distinguish them from other onychomycosis subtypes because the recommended treatments differ.

Seth Matarasso, MD


Seth Matarasso, MD, Addresses Counterfeit Botox News and How to Move Forward

The recent news of counterfeit Botox resulted in patients with blurred vision, difficulty swallowing, shortness of breath, and additional symptoms.

© 2024 MJH Life Sciences

All rights reserved.