This Viewpoint examines Google Trends data to show how search engine query data can reveal temporal variations in public interest that can be used to optimize public health initiatives in dermatology.
This Original Investigation proposes that the Physician Global Assessment is a potentially useful tool to track acne and psoriasis outcomes over time.
This prospective observational cohort study finds that among patients with first keratinocyte carcinoma, a subset may not develop a subsequent tumor. Results were consistent for basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (SCC).
This survey study found that a contraceptive information sheet can significantly improve patients’ contraceptive knowledge and may be a useful addition to efforts to prevent isotretinoin-induced birth defects.
This observational study rules out training-related risk factors as the sources of bilateral lower extremity inflammatory lymphedema in Air Force basic trainees.
Data from 9 US population-based studies find that a small subset of children and adolescents with severe eczema accompanied by prominent insufficient sleep may have potentially reversible vertical growth impairment.
This retrospective cohort study found VE1 immunohistochemical analysis to be a useful and rapid assay for BRAFV600E mutations.
Dermoscopy-targeted sampling and genotyping of a melanoma in situ arising in a dysplastic nevus revealed a phenotype-genotype paradox that confounds the exclusive significance of BRAF and NRAS mutations in melanoma pathogenesis.
This case series describes 2 cases of ulcerated neonatal congenital hemangioma successfully treated with embolization.
This case implicates type I interferon–dependent innate immune activation in the pathogenesis of TREX1-associated familial chilblain lupus.
This Medline database study demonstrates that, among appropriately selected patients with psoriasis, carefully chosen combinations may result in greater efficacy while minimizing toxicity.
In this case report, a woman with a history of systemic lupus erythematosus presented with tender erythematous nodules after undergoing right knee arthroscopy. Physical examination revealed poorly demarcated erythematous plaques and nodules, tender to palpation, adjacent to arthroscopy sites. Lesions around the suture sites appeared more violaceous. What is the diagnosis?
A papular eruption exhibiting skin-colored to pink papules coalescing into plaques on the face, trunk, and extremities worsened 1 week later with fever, weakness, and malaise and findings of splenomegaly and axillary lymphadenopathy. What is your diagnosis.
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