This Viewpoint highlights that studies using unvalidated surrogate end points has led to the availability of many new anticancer drugs and that adopting similar standards for drugs aimed at nonlethal diseases might produce more drugs for these conditions.
This Viewpoint on tattoo aftercare recommends the creation of evidence-based best practices that state public health departments and tattooists can use to improve care.
This study identifies the type of information included on websites that provide consumer reviews of physicians and aspects of their practice settings.
This survey study reports that the price of 19 commonly prescribed dermatologic drugs increased by a mean of 401% between 2009 and 2015, with the majority of the increase occurring after 2011.
This retrospective study of individuals with rheumatoid arthritis and inflammatory bowel disease reports that methotrexate use is associated with an increased risk of a second nonmelanoma skin cancer.
In this study of frozen sections of nonmelanoma skin cancer, histologic inflammation was associated with modestly adjacent tumor and the absence of inflammation was associated with the absence of additional tumor.
This population-based cohort study found that recipients of allogeneic hematopoietic stem-cell transplants had an increased risk of skin cancer compared with renal transplant recipients and nontransplant individuals.
This randomized clinical trial reports on the factors that led to the greatest benefit in the training of patients with melanoma and their partners in early-detection skin self-examination.
This nested case-control study of children with newly diagnosed psoriasis reports that infections are associated with the development of pediatric psoriasis, although antibiotics do not contribute substantially to that risk.
This case report describes 4 cases of extrafacial lentiginous lesions in 3 patients in whom straight angulated lines were observed as the only key for diagnosis.
A woman presented with multiple painful, pruritic papules and pustules that developed 1 week after the addition of gray shading toa tattoo; results from a routine wound culture were negative for organisms. What is your diagnosis?
A woman in her 70s with recently diagnosed diastolic heart failure was admitted for worsening dyspnea and also reported easy bruising with minor trauma and erosions on the lateral tongue. What is your diagnosis?
A 4-week-old girl who had erosions on the left leg, left side of the neck, abdomen, and left ear at birth presented with linear scars. Clinical examination revealed erythematous atrophic streaks along Blaschko lines and soft skin-colored papules on the left leg. What is your diagnosis?
This survey of adults with a diagnosis of melanoma assessed patient characteristics associated with a willingness to receive Internet-delivered interventions to promote skin self-examination and sun protection behaviors.
This study examines Internet search data for seasonal interest in tanning practices to enable the design of timely harm reduction interventions.
This study describes vascular lesions in patients with tuberous sclerosis complex, which could be minor cutaneous markers of the disease.
This study analyzes mean ratings of a representative sample of dermatologists on 5 popular online physician rating sites.
This review of medical records assesses the use of health care resources and costs associated with dermatology nonattendance in patients at university-affiliated dermatology clinics.
This case report describes the occurrence of cutaneous vasculopathy as an adverse effect of treatment with the anti–vascular endothelial growth factor agent axitinib.
This report of 2 cases suggests that use of an intermittent dosing regimen for vismodegib therapy might be an effective means to treat basal cell nevus syndrome and minimize adverse effects.
This report of cases describes 2 patients with bullous pemphigoid associated with linagliptin treatment for diabetes.
This report of cases describes primary melanoma of the penis in 3 patients with genital lichen sclerosus.
This case report describes a sorafenib-induced eruption mimicking erythema multiforme in an older man.
This case report illustrates BRAF inhibition in a lung transplant recipient with metastatic melanoma.
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