This Viewpoint describes a draft guidance by the US Food and Drug Administration regarding aesthetic outcomes of botulinum toxin use but notes that some measures outlined might lead to overtreatment and poorly reflect contemporary aesthetic practices.
This retrospective analysis reports significant reductions in episodes of cellulitis and in outpatient care and costs associated with advanced pneumatic compression device acquisition in patients with cancer-related and non–cancer-related lymphedema.
This split-face, patient- and injector-blinded randomized clinical trial compares pain ratings for injection with 30- and 32-gauge needles among women undergoing botulinum toxin type A treatment for moderate forehead and glabellar wrinkles.
This nationwide cohort study reports a bidirectional associated increase in risk between psoriatic disease (including psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis) and uveitis among Danish adults with these exposures.
This study reports that pembrolizumab treatment is associated with cutaneous adverse effects in about 42% of patients and that patients who developed cutaneous adverse effects had significantly longer progression-free intervals vs those who did not develop such adverse effects.
This study surveyed twins to evaluate the contributions of genetic and environmental factors on the development of rosacea.
This cohort study found that patients with multiple cutaneous squamous cell carcinomas warrant frequent follow-up because they have an elevated risk of local recurrence and nodal metastasis, particularly those with 10 or more tumors.
This case report shows that beta-blockade with propranolol led to a 34% reduction in the proliferative index of a beta-adrenergic–positive multifocal stage T2 cutaneous angiosarcoma on a patient’s scalp and face.
This case report suggests that ADA2 deficiency be considered in patients with cutaneous polyarteritis nodosa.
This case report describes a 53-year-old man who was initially seen with dysplastic nevus syndrome, multiple atypical melanocytic proliferations showing loss of immunostaining for BAP1, and 7 cutaneous melanomas.
This case report describes a patient prescribed a regimen of irinotecan, cetuximab, and ramucirumab for metastatic rectal cancer who developed a new-onset, expanding vascular lesion on his right leg.
A 12-year-old boy presents with a 3-month history of ulcerated lesions on the dorsal aspect of his feet after traveling. What is your diagnosis?
A 6-month-old daughter of nonconsanguineous parents was seen with multiple polycyclic dark to less dark brown, partly livid shimmering macules, which covered large areas of the back, neck, buttocks, and lower extremities. New lesions had appeared during the past weeks on the shoulders. What Is Your Diagnosis?
A woman in her 70s presented with rough sandpapery skin that had been present for 2½ years. What is the diagnosis?
This database analysis shows that the mean average wholesale price and copayment for generic topical corticosteroids are not proportional to potency and that larger units are more cost effective.
This analysis of data from the National Health Interview Survey reports significant reductions in indoor tanning among US adults from 2010 to 2013.
This case report describes a possible solution to the challenge of clinically distinguishing acantholytic dyskeratotic epidermal nevus, often a congenital condition, from Darier disease, which is acquired.
These case reports describe 2 cases of severe acne that required continuous isotretinoin therapy in female-to-male transgender patients who were receiving masculinizing doses of testosterone.
This case report describes a patient with Pott’s puffy tumor caused by chronic sinusitis that resulted in a sinocutaneous fistula.
This case report demonstrates that Emmonsia pasteuriana fungal infection, though uncommon, can affect immunocompromised patients.
This case report describes effective treatment of dominant dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa with minocycline.
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