Explore this JAMA Dermatology series of guidelines and recommendation statements related to screening, diagnosis, and management of skin diseases.
This consensus statement proposes and validates diagnostic criteria for ulcerative pyoderma gangrenosum.
This Consensus Statement reports on efforts to develop the first set of guidelines for comorbidity screening for patients with pediatric psoriasis based on current evidence.
This Consensus Statement reports on efforts to establish a standardized case report form for Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis to facilitate comparisons and maintain data quality based on an international panel experts who performed a Delphi consensus-building exercise.
This Consensus Statement provides guidelines for the clinical application of the Standards for Dermatological Imaging set forward by the International Skin Imaging Collaboration.
This consensus statement reports on standards for skin imaging in dermatology practice achieved by the International Skin Imaging Collaboration Group.
This consensus statement provides recommendations for the management of clinically atypical nevi and dysplastic nevi.
This consensus statement gives treatment recommendations for 4 clinical nail psoriasis scenarios that were developed based on the evidence reviewed and expert opinion from the Medical Board of the National Psoriasis Foundation.
The Dermatology and Dentistry Subcommittee of the 2012 International Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Clinical Consensus Conference detail recommendations for the diagnosis, surveillance, and management of skin and dental lesions in tuberous sclerosis complex. Robinson provides an Editor’s Note.
To assess the usefulness and feasibility of methods for correct biopsy site identification in dermatology, Alam et al performed a survey study with a formal consensus process. Item development was via a literature review and expert interviews, followed by 2 Delphi stages to develop consensus recommendations. See the Invited Commentary by Ibrahim.
In the absence of evidence-based clinical algorithms, Anderson et al synthesize the current clinical experience and available literature regarding the laser treatment of traumatic scars with an emphasis on fractional resurfacing.
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