ICYMI: Atopic Dermatitis Insight at SPD
Two poster presentations at this year’s Society for Pediatric Dermatology Meeting delve into the psychological impact of the condition and a new option for management.
Alternatives, Advancements, and Adherence in Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis Management
Leading atopic dermatitis experts delve into integrative approaches, prescription options, and strategies to encourage patients to stick with their treatment plan.
Autologous Cell Therapy Effective in Wound Treatment
Researchers applied EB-101, a new cell therapy, to patients with recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa with positive results.
Unusual Cases from the Genodermatosis Clinic in London
Jemima Mellerio, MD, said a correct diagnosis often requires a lot of testing, questioning, and observation.
Monique Kumar, MD, Shares the Lessons She Learned When Her Child was Born with a Port Wine Birthmark
As a parent of a child with a vascular anomaly, Kumar has experienced all the emotions of having a child who is born with a skin condition.
Precision Prescribing With a Topical Medication Volume Calculator
Pediatricians are often the first to diagnose and manage pediatric atopic dermatitis, and Larry Eichenfield, MD, led a team to develop a tool to help them.
Jessica Williams, MD, Addresses Most Common Radiology Questions From Dermatologists
As a radiologist with Radiology Associates of Albuquerque, Jessica Williams, MD, offered pearls on imaging for young patients.
Alanna Bree, MD, Offers Pearls on How Clinicians Can Better Meet Patients’ Emotional Needs
Remembering that skin conditions are not just physical, but also have a significant emotional impact, is critical to treating the whole patient.
Angelo Landriscina, MD, Describes the Impact of TikTok on Society and Patients
Dermatologists can use TikTok to educate the public on skin care and dispel incorrect information.
Nail Surgery Pearls With Jane Bellet, MD
The nail expert from Duke University shares surgical techniques from biopsy to post-operative care.
The Correlation Between Skin Health and Housing Disparities
George Hightower, MD, PhD explained 4 critical conversations to discuss among dermatology colleagues to determine best care for underserved populations and neighborhoods.
Study Finds Positive Results for Infants Beginning Treatment at Target Dose for Infantile Hemangioma
Researchers noted that infants who began propranolol therapy at higher dose had a lower incidence of adverse events.
Trial Shows Positive Results With Isotretinoin Treatment in Congenital Ichthyosis
Alan Mendelsohn, MD, presented captivating Phase 3 TMB-001 PK Data in a poster session.
Ophthalmologic Considerations for Pediatric Dermatologists
Sara F. Grace, MD, discussed medications and diseases that dermatologists encounter in treating patients.
Pearls on Developing a Study Using Qualitative Research
Carrie Coughlin, MD, discussed how dermatologists can gain insight into their patient’s preferences using qualitative research tools.
Addressing Skepticism in Advanced Atopic Dermatitis Treatment Options
Peter Lio, MD also explained why he considers it a bad day when he does not learn something new about this disease.
Reviewing New Treatment Approaches for Epidermolysis Bullosa
Jemima Mellerio, MD, covered recent developments for managing epidermolysis bullosa and the challenges of studying rare diseases.
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.
Study Researchers Recommend Updated Clinical Guidelines to Treat Kaposiform Hemangioendotheliomas
A multicenter study to further explore treatment of kaposiform hemangioendotheliomas has been proposed after untreated patients did not develop Kasabach Merritt Phenomenon.
Alanna Bree, MD, Will Share Strategies to Boost Patient Confidence
Bree will discuss the organization she founded and how it helps children with skin diseases and birthmarks.
Ensure Patient Adherence in Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis Cases
Steve Feldman, MD, PhD, is part of an atopic dermatitis panel and focuses on strategies to hold pediatric patients and their parents accountable to treatment methods.
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Sneak Peek of the 2023 Society for Pediatric Dermatology Meeting
Course directors share which pearls, sessions, and insights they are looking forward to this weekend in Asheville, North Carolina.
Plan Your Trip: What to do While Visiting Asheville
When sessions conclude, you will find no shortage of opportunities to keep you busy.
POLL: Are You Attending the 2023 Society for Pediatric Dermatology Meeting?
The 2023 Society for Pediatric Dermatology Meeting kicks off in Asheville, North Carolina, on July 13.
Alan Mendelsohn, MD, Reviews Phase 3 TMB-001 PK Data for Congenital Ichthyosis
New pharmacokinetic phase 3 data will be presented at the 2023 Society for Pediatric Dermatology meeting next week.
A Talk with Albert Yan, MD on Current Trends in Technology
At the SPD 2022 47th Annual Meeting, we chat with Albert Yan, MD, of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia on the latest trends in technology for pediatric dermatologists.
An Analysis of Gender Differences in 4645 cases of Pediatric and Adolescent Melanoma
At an SPD 2022 47th Annual Meeting poster session, researchers look at gender and age differences in pediatric patients with melanoma.
Adolescent Rosacea in Peer-Reviewed Publications and Use of the 2017 National Rosacea Society Updated Guidelines
At the SPD 2022 47th Annual Meeting, a poster session looks at the updated guidelines for rosacea, and whether they are inclusive of children.
Sneak Peek at Best Sessions on Sunday at the Society for Pediatric Dermatology Meeting
At the SPD 2022 47th Annual Meeting, a recap of don’t-miss sessions for Sunday, July 10.
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