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A majority of patients with a symptomatic keloid treated with a 1064-nm Nd:YAG laser exclusively saw a total resolution in pain after treatment. The study results were published in Lasers in Surgery and Medicine.
Cover Story
Lauren Mateja, Managing Editor
As a largely misunderstood and misdiagnosed disease, hidradenitis suppurativa is beginning to come to the forefront of dermatologic research.
Features
Angela Ballard, RN
Fine-tune your understanding of hyperhidrosis and honor Hyperhidrosis Awareness Month throughout November.
Podcast
In this podcast, Peter Lio, MD, discusses how atopic dermatitis lesion location impacts patients' quality of life, and why it is important for dermatologists to discuss quality of life concerns with patients.
News
Findings from a recent study found risankizumab improved both moderate to severe psoriasis symptoms and patients’ quality of life.
Features
Farhaad Riyaz, MD, FAAD, Dennis Porto, MD, FAAD
Delivering quality care during the pandemic to vulnerable patients and those who require frequent visits has been made easier with the rapid adoption of telemedicine.
News
Findings from a recent randomized controlled trial showed a broad peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor agonist improved moderate to severe pruritus among patients with primary sclerosing cholangitis and primary biliary cholangitis.
News
A recent study found an artificial intelligence smartphone app may be a useful clinical tool for helping diagnosis skin diseases in patients with skin of color.
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A recent study found rituximab infusions were associated with changes in heart rate and other cardiac adverse effects among patients with pemphigus.
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A recent study used surveys to determine which therapies patients found effective for managing hidradenitis suppurativa pain.
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