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Patient-provider outcomes are more favorable when data from apps measuring patient-reported outcomes are integrated into care processes.
A recent study published in Dermatologic Therapy found masks trigger flares in patients with acne or rosacea.
A recent study argued its results could increase early detection of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma through development of recommendations within actinic keratosis treatment.
A study published in Drug Safety found that fetal exposure to acne treatments varied according to levels of teratogenicity, including reduced rates for isotretinoin and even less with doxycycline/minocycline.
A recent study indicated that patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) should be used more frequently in outpatient settings to help improve shared decision-making conversations between patients and providers.
A cross-sectional study determined that children with atopic dermatitis (AD) had increased chronic school absenteeism vs children with psoriasis, finding an increased burden on quality of life in these patients.
A study found that a majority of women in the Nurses' Health Study II (NHS II) with psoriasis had mild disease, and that a large proportion of these patients were diagnosed by providers other than dermatologists.
A retrospective analysis found that ocular complications are most commonly associated with dupliumab use and that herpes infection is low.
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