American Academy of Dermatology

Sidestep Traps That Lead to Misdiagnosis
November 16, 2021

Dermatologist urges colleagues to take mindful measures to avoid errors.

Find the Difference: Drug-Related Psoriasis
September 06, 2021

Lack of specific phenotypes complicates verification.

Immunotherapy Helps Manage Skin Disease in Patients with Cancer
August 26, 2021

There are an increasing number of novel immunotherapies available for patients with skin cancer, however, their numerous adverse events must be addressed.

Achieving Better Outcomes Through Quality Improvement
August 20, 2021

The development and implementation of quality improvement (QI) programs can positively impact patient care and outcomes. As such, it behooves physicians to research and implement QI practice initiatives and measures in their practice.

Aesthetic Treatments Benefit Gender-Diverse Patients
June 30, 2021

Dermatologists are expanding their skill sets and exploring new techniques to enable gender-diverse patients to achieve their medical and aesthetic goals.

Treating Skin Conditions in Asian Patients
June 18, 2021

Experts present detailed guidelines on how to diagnose and treat common skin diseases and conditions in the Asian American population.

Dangers, Benefits of Biologics Must Be Carefully Weighed
June 15, 2021

Biologic therapy has proven very useful in treating an increasing number of dermatologic diseases and conditions. However, caution is warranted for patients with chronic infectious diseases.

What’s New in Photoprotection?
June 08, 2021

New regulations, latest absorption data, and updates on environmental and health impacts are shaping the world of photoprotection.

Trichoscopy Advances Hair and Scalp Disease Diagnoses
June 02, 2021

Trichoscopy, which is based on dermoscopy, can be a valuable tool for diagnosing conditions that cause hair loss and inflammatory scalp disease.

Spironolactone Underused, Isotretinoin Overmonitored
June 01, 2021

Dermatologists are divided over concerns of spironolactone being underused in women and patients taking isotretinoin being overmonitored.