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Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) is associated with lower quality of life. Findings from a recent study showed arthralgia can exacerbate this burden in patients.
Findings from a recent study showed a picosecond pulse duration laser was a safe and effective for treating nevi of Ota and Hori nevi in Asian patients with Fitzpatrick skin types III and IV.
Two cross-sectional studies, published in JAMA Dermatology, showed certain sexual and gender minority populations had a higher prevalence for lifetime skin cancer, highlighting the need for sun protective patient education in these populations.
The use of complementary and alternative medicine among patients with HS is very common, according to the findings of a recent survey, which also showed nearly 50% of patients did not find conventional therapy very successful for treating their skin disease.
A recent meta-analysis highlighted several biologics that were associated with higher short-term and long-term PASI 75, PASI 90, and PASI 100 response rates.
Findings from a recent study showed an NK1 receptor antagonist may be an effective, new option for patients with psoriatic pruritus.
Researchers investigated the association between health care use and treatment and patient factors, including race/ethnicity and sex, among patients with acne.
Findings from a recent study showed mercury exposure was associated with an increased risk of developing non-melanoma skin cancer.
Findings from a small study conducted in China suggest topical ozone therapy has beneficial effects on the microbiome and could be used to treat atopic dermatitis.
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