ICYMI, this week we had stories from the 2022 American College of Mohs Surgery Annual Meeting, a potential melanoma surge, and more.
Specifying histologic subtypes can drive better outcomes for patients and improve research.
With the number of melanoma cases among young adults on the rise, adherence to preventative measures could be critical to stemming the tide of increased incidences of this deadly skin disease.
This week's edition of the Mainstream Patients features stories about treating scars, jojoba oil for skin, and more.
For years, teenagers have been told to avoid certain foods to reduce acne. A review article examines the evidence.
At the 2022 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Annual Clinical & Scientific Meeting, 4 health care professionals spoke of disease states in both women and children caused by climate change, and what physicians can do to mitigate this crisis.
Nonmelanoma skin cancer ranks in the top 12 skin diseases reported.
Study shows that 10% of minorities refused COVID vaccines because of past racial discrimination experiences.
Is rosacea being confused with acne? Are physicians treating the their patients with the patient's expectations in mind? Questions like these are more are answered by Adebola Dele-Michael, MD.
VialConnect is a clinical trials management system built for coordinators and investigators.
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Online conferencing, messages, become tools against burnout, imposter syndrome.
In this week’s Pointers with Dr Portela, the 208SkinDoc has posted serval YouTube shorts on sunscreen. See what pearls he had to share on protecting skin from the sun.
Teenagers were the most likely to be affected by targeted misinformation.
Online-first engagement ensures patients obtain the right care for their specific needs.
Latest numbers show prices rose at a slightly slower pace in April.
Starting today, the American College of Mohs Surgery is having their 54th Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Surgical site infections (SSIs) are a common adverse event after Mohs Micrographic Surgery, but researchers aimed to find out how the clinical features of gram-negative differ from their counterparts.
Dermatology has enjoyed one of the lowest litigation rates among medical specialties, but recent findings presented at the 2022 American College of Mohs Surgery Annual Meeting caution that mounting risks relating to procedural dermatology and cutaneous oncology could change that.
A poster at the 2022 American College of Mohs Surgery Annual Meeting examined the prevalence of bacterial organism colonization in Mohs wounds left to secondary intention.