Heelan et al assess the clinical response of patients with pemphigus to rituximab using a modified fixed-dose rheumatoid arthritis protocol.
Ai et al assess the incidence and outcomes of mycosis fungoides or Sézary syndrome in patients diagnosed before 30 years of age.
Asgari et al characterize Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC) in a large cohort of patients and analyze predictors of disease recurrence (locoregional and distant) and survival (overall and MCC specific).
Valenzuela and coauthors determine the prevalence of calcinosis and identify associated clinical features of extensively phenotyped patients with dermatomyositis.
Zarchi and Jemec assess whether home care nurses achieve adequate subbandage pressure when treating patients with venous leg ulcers and the factors that predict the ability to achieve optimal pressure.
Swary and Stratman identify the source of clinical practices among dermatology residents that affect patient safety and determine the best approach for overcoming gaps in knowledge and practice patterns that contribute to these practices.
Duong and coauthors evaluate real-time teledermatologic expertise with the use of mobile telephones for the diagnosis and management of skin conditions in emergency department patients.
Castela and colleagues report the first use of low-dose interleukin 2 for treating severe alopecia areata by promoting the recruitment of T-regulatory cells.
Wenzel et al report a case of a patient who presented with a history of recurrent fever, arthralgia, and disseminated skin lesions in the context of .chronic meningococcemia.
Strazzula et al propose an additional clinical classification of telaprevir-associated eruptions to better reflect the dermatologic classification of drug eruptions.
Pichard et al present 4 patients with McCune-Albright syndrome who developed oral mucosal pigmentation during childhood or early adulthood.