The 3rd Annual San Diego Dermatology Symposium (SDDS) was held in-person for the first time on March 11 to 13, 2022, at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, in California.
For years, teenagers have been told to avoid certain foods to reduce acne. A review article examines the evidence.
COVID-19 is prompting significant changes to malpractice laws and regulations at the state and federal levels.
The management of oily and acne-prone skin remains a challenge for both patients and dermatology professionals.
Jerri Ivey, director of revenue cycle management at VitalSkin Dermatology, shares steps you can take and ways you can educate yourself in order to negotiate better managed care contracts.
A presentation from the 2021 virtual American Academy of Pediatrics Conference & Exhibition urges including examination of the scalp and nails during any skin exam.
Joshua Zeichner, MD; Brittany Craiglow, MD; Elizabeth Swanson, MD; Vikash Oza, MD; and Raj Chovatiya, MD, PhD, provide take-home messages for dermatologists treating pediatric patients with atopic dermatitis.
There are interesting differences in the ways patients of varying ethnicities and races engage with technology.
The sweeping legislation contains tax code reform, health care provisions and climate change action. What does it mean for physicians?
Drs Roy M. Fleischmann and Joel M. Gelfand discuss addressing patient concerns with biosimilars and provide take-home messages to clinicians utilizing biosimilars.
A presentation from Maui Derm Live 2021 featured insights on new drugs and data in acne.
Experts describe roflumilast patient selection for plaque psoriasis treatment.
The overgrowth of fungi could cause the immune system to stop fighting cancer, according to a study.
Andrew F. Alexis, MD, MPH, and Benjamin N. Lockshin, MD, talk about how clinical approaches and understanding of risk/benefit profiles are evolving in light of the emerging long-term data.
Panelists share parting advice and key takeaways on the optimal management of atopic dermatitis within the treatment landscape.
Understanding the difference in biology and clinical presentations of cutaneous conditions in different skin types is critical for health care professionals to treat a diverse population.
Sherrif F. Ibrahim, MD, PhD, and Vishal Patel, MD, FAAD, FACMS, provide initial impressions of the case and discuss the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors.
Congenital malalignment syndrome is a nail disorder caused by the lateral rotation of the nail matrix.
Though providers probably can use any type of medical software, the financial resources they are able to invest in medical solutions differ significantly based on the type of practice.