Chi et al investigate whether maternal exposure to topical corticosteroids results in adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Jung et al analyze the epidemiologic and clinicopathologic characteristics of acral melanoma and evaluate how long-term physical stress or pressure strength influences acral melanoma.
Eilers et al assess whether self-report of Fitzpatrick skin phototypes (FST) or dermatologist-determined FST is more accurate in identifying a participant’s FST for FST I through VI and assess the relevance of the burning and tanning measures for a range of skin types among ethnically diverse participants.
Korgavkar and colleagues measure changes in cutaneous T-cell lymphoma incidence trends and survival rates.
Brewer et al identify and categorize several currently used mobile applications available in dermatology.
Sakaguchi and colleagues describe 3 Japanese cases of linear IgA/IgG bullous dermatosis (LAGBD), which showed prominent IgG and IgA reactivity with various subunits of laminin-332, in addition to various IgG and IgA antibodies to other known cutaneous autoantigens.
West and colleagues describe the clinical and histopathologic features of ice-pack dermatosis, an uncommon cold-induced process that occurs in adults using long-term ice-pack therapy.
Steff et al describe a patient with visceral Kaposi sarcoma successfully treated with lenalidomide.
Imadojemu and colleagues review the literature investigating the impact of facial cosmetic surgery and minimally invasive procedures on relevant psychological variables to guide clinical practice and set norms for clinical performance.