This Viewpoint makes 6 recommendations for rethinking the selection of dermatology residents and moving away from quantitative assessment toward community and intellectual engagement.
This case report describes a man in his 80s with a history of dermatitis herpetiformis not controlled by gluten-free diet, dapsone, and conventional immune-suppressing agents who was treated with rituximab.
This study analyzed the death and incidence rates of melanoma in each state and by geographic region.
This study examines a population of 10 644 men and women from the 2015 Youth Risk Behavior Survey by sex, sexual orientation, and race/ethnicity to determine the association of indoor tanning and which groups are most vulnerable for developing skin cancer.
This case report describes a patient with demodectic frost of the ear.
This cohort study of patients with melanoma on the head and neck investigates the local recurrence rates and margin to clearance end points using staged excision with comprehensive hematoxylin-eosin–stained permanent section margin control.
A young woman with a history of systemic lupus erythematosus was readmitted with fever and a generalized eruption; 6 days prior she had been hospitalized for a photo-induced flare of acute cutaneous lupus erythematosus; at readmission, she had a worsening, tender rash with several blisters across her right arm. What is your diagnosis?
This case report describes a patient with black dermographism.
An infant presented with a bleeding umbilical mass that had previously been treated as an umbilical pyogenic granuloma with silver nitrate and as a hemangioma with timolol, with minimal improvement. What is your diagnosis?
This study assesses patient- and partner-reported levels of embarrassment, comfort, and self-confidence in performing skin self-examinations for melanoma.
This review examines the accuracy of teledermatology compared with face-to-face consultation in diagnosing skin cancer.
A man in his 40s presented with facial hair loss, painful swelling in the joints of the hands, and multiple asymptomatic nodules on the upper arms. What is your diagnosis?
This study identifies possible mediators of pain in squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) to elucidate potential mechanism of SCC-associated pain in organ transplant recipients.