Understanding differences among preparations and dilutions of botulinum toxin type A can improve clinical practice, according to industry experts.
A dermatologist performed a large excision on a patient without taking a medication history, and the patient experienced progressive post-operative bleeding. Was he negligent? Dr. Goldberg discusses this hypothetical case and the nuances of physician negligence in this Legal Eagle article.
Menlo and Foamix announces shareholders have voted to approve the proposed merger between the two companies. Anticipated finalization of the merger is March 2020.
Positive results from a study investigating non-thermal Nano-Pulse Stimulation as a treatment for cutaneous non-genital warts have led to a larger multicenter study that is looking to optimize treatment parameters and hopefully replicate the early evidence of its efficacy and safety.
Sol-Gel announces updates to their drug pipeline and their goals for 2020, which include submitting multiple provisional patents and NDAs for the treatment of a variety of skin conditions.
Carol Soutor, M.D., writes about efficacy and safety of mind-body therapies for the treatment of various skin conditions.
Dermatology Times spoke with Andrew Alexis, M.D., about his more than 15-year impact to the care of patients with skin of color.
Newer treatment approaches may soon become mainstream in the treatment and management of keloids, one expert says.
Can gluten-containing food products trigger a psoriatic arthritis flare? How well does the average psoriatic arthritis patient understand their condition? Learn more in today's psoriatic arthritis quiz.
It’s every physician’s worst nightmare: Receive payment for services rendered, but then a payer identifies an aberrant pattern in claims data, audits the records, decides it has overpaid the practice, and recoups those funds. That money you already allocated for overhead, staff salaries, bonuses, or new medical equipment? Gone. The good news is, physicians can take steps to focus on accurate billing and avoid costly recoupments.