For patients with atopic dermatitis, access to dermatology care appears to be best in the West and poorest in the Midwest, shows a recent study looking at disparities in access to services across the United States.
Patients with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis may have a 20% increased risk of atrial fibrillation, finds a recent study.
According to Dr. Michael Somenek, the key to great results and happy male patients is knowing how to treat his face without feminizing his features.
Pediatric psoriasis patients may experience comorbidities, including psychiatric comorbidities, at a greater rate than children without the disease, according to a recent study.
Understanding the pattern of pruritus in various autoimmune connective tissue diseases may help physicians identify different etiologies that will inform different treatment targets to alleviate the symptom, according to researchers who examined pruritus relative to disease.
Researchers performed a systematic review of available reports on the therapeutic benefit of interleukin (IL)-17/T-helper 17 (Th17) axis inhibitors in patients with generalized pustular psoriasis (GPP). Read what they discovered in this article.
A recent study showing that patients perceive inflammation-associated itch as more intense and qualitatively different than itch without inflammation suggests that dermatologists target inflammation in conditions such as atopic dermatitis.
Not treating, incorrectly treating or undertreating eyelid eczema can result in significant patient suffering. Finding the root of the problem is key to safe and effective therapy, Dr. Peter Lio says.
As dermatologists gain experience with newer atopic dermatitis medications, they’re getting glimpses of data from a pipeline full of potential atopic dermatitis therapies, according to Lawrence Eichenfield, M.D.
To recognize Antibiotic Awareness Week, we’ve gathered articles on antibiotic use in acne, alternative therapies and treatment trends in the specialty. View the highlights in this slideshow.