Rochester, Minn. - The misdiagnosis of skin ulcers as pyoderma gangrenosum is not uncommon and can have serious consequences for patients, according to a recent report in The New England Journal of Medicine (2002;347:1412-1418).
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The Cutaneous Connection: Managing Atopic Dermatitis With Emerging Techniques
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The Cutaneous Connection- Episode 35: QRPs and the Dermatology Practice
Pregnant Women with Skin Conditions May Require Dermatologic Intervention
Frontline Forum Part 3: A Discussion of the Pathophysiology of Acne and Available Treatment Strategies
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