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Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic Dermatitis

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Leaders in the field sharing authoritative insights and institutional best practices
Derm Q&A
A recent study evaluated providers’ perceptions of a universal action plan for the management of atopic dermatitis. Corresponding author Collette Utley, DNP, FNC-BC, PNP-BC, discussed the action plan and how it could help physicians in an interview with The Dermatologist.
Derm Q&A
Findings from a recent study highlighted key differences between the molecular phenotype of mild atopic dermatitis and moderate to severe atopic dermatitis. Corresponding author Emma Guttman, MD, PhD, discussed the implications of these key differences for clinical practice and research.
Features
While therapies and treatment algorithms have evolved, the literature still reports conflicting evidence on best approaches to atopic dermatitis, risk factors, and management options.
Podcast
In this podcast, Ramiz Hamid, MD, discusses behavioral strategies that help improve adherence and quality of life among patients with atopic dermatitis.
Derm Q&A
A recent study found clinical trials that assessed the safety and efficacy of atopic dermatitis treatment rarely included older adults, with some even excluding patients younger than 60 years. Corresponding author Aaron Drucker, MD, discussed these findings and the importance of including older adults in trials for clinical practice.
Podcast
In this 2-minute podcast, Lindsay Strowd, MD, shares the pros and cons she has experienced when using telemedicine to treat patients with atopic dermatitis.
Podcast
Lindsay Strowd, MD, discusses some of the latest advances in topical therapies for the treatment of atopic dermatitis and shares her tips on using topicals to manage this disease.
NEA Approved Features
Patients often describe seeking alternatives and adjuncts to care for the treatment of their atopic dermatitis. The literature has explored some of the potential in these options.
Derm Q&A
Findings from a recent study showed tape strips may be a minimally invasive alternative to skin biopsies. Emma Guttman, MD, PhD, discussed these findings and their implications for clinical trials and practice.
Derm Q&A
A recent study showed several inflammatory skin diseases, including atopic dermatitis, were associated with an increased risk for venous thromboembolism. In an interview with The Dermatologist, Jonathan Silverberg, MD, PhD, MPH, discussed these findings and their implications for clinical practice.
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