Results from this pilot study suggest that teledermoscopy is feasible and effective as a method for short-term monitoring of clinically atypical nevi and can potentially enhance patient convenience, optimize physician scheduling, and promote efficiency.
A smartphone mobile application providing personalized, real-time sun protection advice improved some sun protection. Use of the mobile app was lower than expected but was associated with increased sun protection. Providing personalized advice when and where people are in the sun may help reduce sun exposure.
This randomized clinical trial finds that use of a smartphone mobile application giving information on sun protection confers weak improvement of sun protection practices in the initial period of use only.
Surveyed patients prefer telephone or online notification of biopsy results over face-to-face visits.
This meta-analysis demonstrated that patients with either vitiligo or alopecia areata have significantly increased odds of atopic dermatitis.
This retrospective review demonstrated that the most common lawsuits pertaining to Mohs surgery list non-Mohs surgeons as the primary defendants.
This cohort study found that, for patients with psoriasis receiving combination treatment with biologic medications and methotrexate, physicians may need to consider offering herpes zoster preventive vaccine, particularly if they have additional risk factors for herpes zoster.
This case report finds that anti–type VII collagen autoantibodies can precede the clinical appearance of bullous systemic lupus erythematosus.
This observational study found that cutaneous malignant tumors are the most frequent adverse events of BRAF inhibitors, requiring strict dermatologic surveillance and digital follow-up.
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A woman in her 40s presented with a 1-year history of episodic muscle cramping, numbness involving the lower extremities, and stellate red-brown patches on her extremities and buttocks without induration, scale, or ulceration. What is your diagnosis?
Painful purpura on bilateral helices developed in a patient recently treated for a urinary tract infection with trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole and levofloxacin, who was taking other multiple drugs and found to have p-ANCA positivity. What is your diagnosis?