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Kristi Hawley, DO
Psoriasis has a known association with inflammatory bowel disease, including Crohn disease and ulcerative colitis. Dermatologists should keep the association in mind when treating their patients with psoriasis.
Lauren Mateja, Managing Editor
Atopic dermatitis is a chronic disease requiring long-term monitoring of symptoms and triggers. Patients can proactively monitor their eczema with a new, easy-to-use mobile app.
Lauren Mateja, Managing Editor
While a number of new therapeutic agents have been approved to treat the signs of rosacea, much needed research is underway to better understand its pathogenesis.
Melissa Weiss, Associate Editor, and Lauren Mateja, Managing Editor
Dr Takeshita identifies and discusses various disparities in care for patients of racial and ethnic minority groups who have psoriasis.
Lauren Mateja, Managing Editor
A recent survey by the National Rosacea Society revealed that while patients were satisfied with their current therapies, older patients were more likely to use older treatments, signaling a need to revisit management plans.
Andrew Alexis, MD
Dr Alexis shares how he creates care plans for his patients with atopic dermatitis and shares insights on the current and future therapies.
Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants
The Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants offers their view on the role of the physician assistant in the dermatologic care of patients throughout the United States.
Greg Stevens, PA-C
Personal protective equipment has caused an increase in iatrogenic dermatoses, such as contact dermatitis and acne, that need to be handled with care to protect and treat hyperpigmentation.
Robert S. Rahimi, MD, MSCR
While several comorbidities have been associated with psoriasis, dermatologists should know the risks and complications of hepatic disease for this patient group.
Melissa Weiss, Associate Editor
While anyone can present with rosacea, this condition is often underdiagnosed among patients with darker phototypes. Dr Susan Taylor shares her clinical pearls for identifying rosacea in patients with skin of color.
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