Caregivers of children with autism often expect dermatologists to have an understanding of the disorder, but that may not always be the case. Learn how to best navigate clinical situations with this patient population in this article.
Mothers of children with atopic dermatitis may be more likely to experience difficulty falling asleep, insuficient sleep and daytime exhaustion, according to a recent study.
In this article, Joseph C English III, M.D., professor of dermatology at the University of Pittsburgh, offers his insight for diagnosing and treating cutaneous blistering diseases. Participate in this forum.
For the last several decades, global incidence rates of onychomycosis have risen. This method may be an affordable and effective tool physicians can use to improve diagnosis quickly.
Dermatological conditions that lead to foot pain and discomfort do not necessarily require costly and time-consuming prescription management. Instead, according to a new study, over-the-counter treatments can be a viable option for patients.
Healthcare disparities exist in all fields of medicine, including dermatology. We seek to address these disparities in this article by outlining the differences in epidemiology, presentation, access and outcomes of five conditions in patients with skin of color.
Looking into the future, dermatologists can anticipate new technologies and treatments to enhance services. In this article, we delve into the how these advances will affect daily workflow.
In this article, Katja Reuter, Ph.D. critiques a study by Katz and colleagues on the effectiveness of using digital platforms to recruit for an atopic dermatitis study.
Do you know the warning signs of life threatening purpura? Dr. Roderick Hay outlines what you need to know about potentially life-threatening conditions involving purpura.
Image IQ: An 8-year-old girl with a sore throat, deep red tongue, fever and a petechial rash. What’s your diagnosis?