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Advances in Atopic Dermatitis Management: A Comprehensive Approach to Treatment and Skin of Color Considerations

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Robert Bruce Posnick, MD, presents a case study of a 13-year-old Indian male student with an 11-year history of moderate atopic dermatitis, characterized by hyperpigmented excoriated patches covering 6% of his body surface area, primarily affecting the wrists, arms, legs, face, and neck.

  1. What is your impression of this case thus far? What challenges does this case present with, if any?
  2. At what point in your decision-making paradigm do you start to consider systemic Rx?
  3. How would you counsel the patient on the role of the environmental factors (dry air, and cold conditions)?
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