This Viewpoint discusses the 304B drug pricing program and how institutions can use the program to make medications available to uninsured patients.
This retrospective study finds that the rate of hyperkalemia in healthy young women taking spironolactone for acne is equivalent to the baseline rate of hyperkalemia in this population. See the Editorial by Graber.
This randomized clinical trial observes the efficacy of interventions used for skin self-examination in patients with a history of melanoma.
In this randomized clinical trial evaluating the long-term efficacy of a single course of fluorouracil cream, 5%, for treating actinic keratoses, Pomerantz et al found that this treatment effectively reduces actinic keratosis counts and the need for spot treatments for longer than 2 years.
This multicenter, intercontinental, longitudinal, disease-based registry study at dermatology centers determines the effect of biologic and systemic treatment on the risk of serious infections in patients with psoriasis.
This randomized clinical trial determines that, although Internet-based acne education using automated counseling is not superior to standard-website education in improving acne severity and quality of life among adolescents, a greater proportion of participants who viewed the automated-counseling website reported having maintained or adopted a recommended anti-acne skin care regimen.
This retrospective cohort study provides an updated estimate of basal cell carcinoma incidence, highlights the changing epidemiologic findings, and better identifies demographically distinct high-risk subgroups.
This prospective cohort study found that sun protection and skin examination practices were most frequent among those with a history of treated skin lesions or sun-sensitive skin types.
This report of baseline survey data from a randomized pretest-posttest controlled experiment determines that local government organizations might integrate sun-safety policies into existing workplace safety procedures in local government organizations in Colorado.
On the basis of 2 case reports, the combination of vismodegib and radiotherapy is feasible for patients with recurrent or locally advanced basal cell carcinoma.
This case report presents complications in a man with a recurrent basal cell carcinoma within the radiation field 10 months after undergoing electronic surface brachytherapy for a biopsy-proven basal cell carcinoma.
This review compared the guidelines for management of atopic dermatitis from several specialty organizations and found notable differences in some treatment recommendations among the guidelines.
This Clinical Evidence Synopsis summarizes the most recent guidelines on screening men and women for chlamydia and gonorrhea.
This before-after study reports that midodrine, 0.2%, is well tolerated and improves symptoms associated with erythromelalgia.
This retrospective study of patients with cutaneous anaplastic large cell lymphoma reports the efficacy of vinblastine as monotherapy for this condition.
This case report describes the successful use of oral acyclovir and intralesional interferon injections to treat giant pyogenic granuloma–like lesions in an immunocompromised patient with human orf.
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