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Conferences

Lauren Mateja, Managing Editor
Dermatologists from across country gathered in Kohala Coast, HI, to attend the 17th Annual Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference. Attendees went home with a comprehensive update on medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology.
At the 2020 Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference, Dr Merola and Dr Gottlieb spoke about their innovative sleeve for diagnosis psoriatic arthritis in the dermatology clinic.
At the 2020 Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference, Robert T. Brodell, MD, shared some of his tips and tricks for procedures in dermatology. His presentation used several pre-filmed videos of quick, fail-safe procedures performed in his practice to demonstrate the importance of punch biopsies and excisions in diagnosis.
At the 2020 Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference, David E. Cohen, MD, MPH, recapped attendees on the trends seen in allergens and contact dermatitis seen in 2019. He later introduced the Allergen of the Year as selected by the American Contact Dermatitis Society.
At the 2020 Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference, Seemal R. Desai, MD, discussed the latest breakthroughs with janus kinase (JAK) inhibitors to the 1500 attendees. His presentation divided JAK inhibitors into “disease-state buckets” and described the potential therapeutic effects of each product.
Are you reading the latest on skin care in the medical journals of Allure and Women’s Health? At his 2020 Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference presentation, Joshua Zeichner, MD, asked attendees if they know what information about skin care their patients are consuming in magazines.
Patient satisfaction while addressing their concerns about cosmetic improvements for the aging face can be a tricky situation. In her presentation at 2020 Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference, Dee Anna Glaser, MD, discussed some simple tips for addressing the patient who wants to reverse signs of aging in the face.
At the 2020 Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference, Mark Lebwohl, MD, addressed updates in the care of chronic urticaria in Hawaii. Between diagnosis and treatment options, attendees learned new tricks and tips for management.
At his 2020 Winter Clinical Dermatology Conference presentation “New Therapies for Benign Skin Lesions,” Neal D. Bhatia, MD, took attendees through a lesson on the latest weapons available in the therapeutic war against warts.
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