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Findings from a recent study showed about 75% of patients with HS had deranged iron status suggestive of iron deficiency, highlighting a possible need to assess iron levels and the need to investigate the therapeutic impact of iron deficiency among patients with HS.
Findings from a recent study showed using ablative fractional lasers may improve the efficacy of photodynamic therapy for the treatment of actinic keratoses.
Findings from a cross-sectional study support the use of sun protective measures among outdoor workers, as work-related UV exposure was associated with an increased occurrence of both facial wrinkles and actinic keratoses.
Findings from a recent research letter, published in JAAD, showed many prescription-strength topical corticosteroids can be purchased without a prescription in several cities in the US. This underscores the importance of asking patients about the products they use, as well as physically examining them.
Melissa Weiss, Associate Editor
Results of a recent randomized clinical trial have shown systemic absorption of several sunscreen active ingredients. Despite the findings, sunscreen still plays an important role in skin care. Dermatologists should continue to counsel patients on the importance of sunscreen use.
A recent study showed patients with severe Hurley stage 1 hidradenitis suppurativa experienced improvements and clinical remission following treatment with a combination antibiotic therapy.
Findings from a recent chart review showed more significant treatment response among patients who received a biologic compared with other treatments for hidradenitis suppurativa.
While mixing lidocaine and epinephrine with sodium hydrogen carbonate reduces burning pain during infiltration, findings from a recent study showed a 3:1 mixing ratio was associated with significantly less pain.
Researchers investigated the efficacy of 1% minocycline gel and 3% minocycline gel compared with vehicle for achieving treatment success among participants with papulopustular rosacea.
Findings from a recent study showed a novel tazarotene 0.045% lotion formulation achieved treatment success and was well-tolerated among patients with moderate to severe acne.
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