ICYMI, this week we had articles about upcoming conferences in 2024, the potential causal relationship between pure hypercholesterolemia and psoriasis, the first patient dosed in Kymera's phase 2 AD trial, and more.
Click here to answer this week's acne poll.
With artificial intelligence taking front and center in many aspects of our lives, will it be more prevalent in the dermatology practice than it is now?
A review examined the treatment landscape of BCC, particularly in the realm of photodynamic therapy.
Ahead of 2024, Dermatology Times wants to know what conferences and meetings you plan to attend in early 2024. Share your thoughts with us by December 10.
2023 was full of advancements in both medical and cosmetic dermatology, and 2024 is shaping up to be just as exciting.
Understanding these relationships is crucial for developing effective clinical management strategies for patients with AD, according to a recent literature review.
Zakiya Pressley Rice, MD, took a deep dive into how atopic dermatitis severity and increased rates of grade school absenteeism affect patients with skin of color during a recent Masterclasses in Dermatology meeting.
Click here to answer this week's skin cancer poll.
Investigators used LIMS to classify melanoma samples as tumors and non-tumors.
DecisionDx-Melanoma significantly influences treatment plans for melanoma patients, as reported by 82.4% of surveyed nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
The collaboration, named ARTIBAND, will extend over a 3-year period
Baldwin reviewed inflammatory bowel disease, depression, and pregnancy during the 2023 ARM Yourself With Knowledge webinar.
A woman is trying to conceive and wants to take all steps to prevent her child from inheriting severe atopic dermatitis. Test your knowledge on recommendations.
Leading atopic dermatitis experts weigh in on bath routines with different ages, cultures, and more to consult patients and their families.
The study found that alopecia has a significant economic burden on women and their families.
Jordan Bui and Bernard A. Cohen, MD, review a case of a young patient with vitiligo.
Researchers explored the potential causal relationship between pure hypercholesterolemia, a recognized risk factor for cardiovascular disease, and psoriasis.
Linda Stein Gold, MD, reviewed recent studies of various topical retinoids and their ability to decrease atrophic scars during the 2023 ARM Yourself With Knowledge webinar.
A 12-year-old patient and their family seeks answers to adjust lifestyle habits and therapies. Test your knowledge on what cytokines can indicate.
The approval of Galderma’s Restylane Eyelight was one of Martin’s top highlights of 2023.
In this week’s Pointers With Portela, the 208SkinDoc gives his recommendations for a pre-teen skin care routine.
A patient returns to your clinic seeking systemic therapy for her AD while postpartum and breastfeeding. Test your knowledge on injectables.
KT-474 is a first-in-class, investigational IRAK4 degrader.
Approximately 96.2% of patients had achieved PASI75 by week 12 of the study.
Investigators explored the genetic relationship between psoriatic disease and serum lipid levels.
Approximately 76% of patients reported being "satisfied," while 18% reported they were "very satisfied" with treatment.
As 2023 ends and 2024 approaches, we are thankful for a year dedicated to new therapeutics for patients in need, and we look forward to a new year of continued innovations.
The holidays are a wonderful time to catch up with family members on where the journey of life has taken us during the past year, but they are also a time to share microbiome organisms with others who are genetically similar to us.
This week’s collection of the latest dermatologic studies covers the burden of pediatric AD, skin cancer risk associated with combined methotrexate and NB-UVB therapy in patients with moderate to severe PsO, stigma towards patients with acne, and detection of nonmelanoma skin cancers in Mohs surgical sections using deep learning.
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