ICYMI, this week we had stories about ritlecitinib approved for adolescents with severe alopecia areata, harmful social media skin care trends, artificial intelligence in dermatology, and more.
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If you weren’t able to attend the 2023 Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (SDPA) Annual Summer Dermatology Conference or want to review our latest coverage and interviews, our full recap has you covered.
A new resource to share with patients follows Nina, who shares the mental and emotional toll of psoriasis and how she manages the condition.
Ritlecitinib is the first and only treatment cleared for adolescents with severe alopecia areata.
In part 3 of this Frontline Forum series, Neal Bhatia, MD; Dawn Eichenfield, MD, PhD; Lawrence Eichenfield, MD; Linda F. Stein Gold, MD; and Guy Webster, MD, PhD, discuss the practical and clinical considerations in the management of acne vulgaris, reviewing available treatment options and how to treat acne scars.
With the social media boom, skin care advice is readily available. Unfortunately, some of the information on TikTok is harmful.
This week's edition of the Mainstream Patient features stories about barrier repair products for dry skin, face mapping for acne, how to reapply sunscreen over makeup, and more.
The 3-year project aims to set national standards for using new levels of computer learning in health care.
In rare cases, chromhidrosis may be associated with underlying medical conditions, such as hyperthyroidism, dermatitis herpetiformis, and multiple myeloma.
In this week’s Pointers With Portela, the 208SkinDoc reviews questions from social media about micro-needling, retinol, and sunscreen use.
Research and ongoing clinical trials are giving some hope to those with ichthyosis but for now most people manage their disease symptomatically.
The Act4Biosimilars Action Plan aims to highlight key challenges preventing patient access to biosimilars and outline steps to help overcome them.
Five expert dermatology clinicians discuss the changing landscape of plaque psoriasis treatments and research for adult patients.
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The American Academy of Dermatology’s new project uses AI to take treatment for individuals with generalized pustular psoriasis to the next level.
The device is now the first of its kind to become available to pediatric patients.
Renata Block, PA-C; Raj Chovatiya, MD, PhD; and Zoe Diana Draelos, MD, discuss their optimism and concerns surrounding the increased use of artificial intelligence in dermatology.
The OSIRIS open-label study resulted in a reduction of pain and improvement in quality of life for participants.
Findings from several large studies quantify the value that professional advisers bring to dermatology practices. Learn when to hone in on their expertise and when to take matters into your own hands.
The National Rosacea Society has launched a program to identify skin care and cosmetic products that will not irritate sensitive skin.
Sanofi’s investigational anti-OX40-ligand monoclonal antibody showed statistically significant improvement in signs and symptoms of AD in adults.
The combination of therapies achieved significant efficacy, with researchers noting a higher cure rate than is evident in other therapies for the condition.
Learn more about the in-depth topics covered in the June 2023 issue of Dermatology Times®.
The ongoing Canadian wildfires are causing poor air quality in the US, which will likely result in more patients seeking help for skin conditions.
In the final part of this Frontline Forum series, Neal Bhatia, MD; Dawn Eichenfield, MD, PhD; Lawrence Eichenfield, MD; Linda F. Stein Gold, MD; and Guy Webster, MD, PhD, discuss the practical and clinical considerations in the management of acne vulgaris, reviewing available treatment options and how to treat acne scars.
Any analysis of physician negligence must first begin with a legal description of the elements of negligence.
Learn more about the in-depth topics covered in the June 2023 Frontline Forum acne supplement of Dermatology Times.
Each month, Dermatology Times features a roundup of products trending in skin care. Find out what products are popular for the month of June.