This Viewpoint summarizes the research gaps identified by a National Eczema Association review of the atopic dermatitis literature on quality of life and economic burden of disease.
This study examines trends in National Institutes of Health funding of dermatology investigators by academic degree and sex.
This study develops and externally validates a melanoma risk prediction model using self-assessed risk factors.
This retrospective analysis of 12 patients with anti-p200 pemphigoid examines the predominance of blisters on hands and feet as a clinical clue and the value of direct and indirect immunofluorescence microscopy serration pattern analysis and microscopy knockout analysis.
This study of claims data from a large California Medicaid Managed care plan evaluates the effect of teledermatology on the number of patients who received dermatology care and describes which patients were most likely to be referred to teledermatology in a population of Medicaid enrollees.
This survey study evaluates patient preferences for different types of physician attire in dermatology medical, surgical, and wound care clinics.
This qualitative study uses consumer online reviews to characterize the most commonly cited positive and negative features of popular sunscreens.
This laboratory study assesses the possible involvement of the IRF6 tumor-suppressor gene in the development of vulvar squamous cell carcinoma from vulvar lichen sclerosus.
This clinical evidence synopsis summarizes a Cochrane Systematic Review assessing whether maternal use of topical corticosteroids affects pregnancy outcomes.
A teenage girl presented with hand and foot swelling and pain in areas of sun exposure after playing golf; she had a 2-year history of similar but milder skin eruptions. What is your diagnosis?
An adolescent girl with no relevant family history was referred to the dermatology pediatric unit for evaluation of multiple asymptomatic lesions on her tongue that gradually developed since the first years of life; both lips were enlarged and felt nodular. What is your diagnosis?
A 32-year-old male with a history of end-stage liver disease secondary to alcoholic cirrhosis presented with a 2-week history of a skin rash that developed at a facility where he was being treated for hepatic encephalopathy; the lesions began on his face, spread to his thighs, and were mildly pruritic. What is your diagnosis?
This case series of 3 patients evaluates the utility of tofacitinib treatment for cutaneous dermatomyositis.
This study assesses the readability of online dermatologic patient education resources published by a range of dermatologic organizations.
This case report describes the occurrence of a necrolytic migratory erythema–like skin lesion after treatment with gefitinib.
This case report describes esophagitis dissecans superficialis endoscopically induced in a patient with pemphigus vulgaris and gastrointestinal complaints.
This case report describes the role of histologic “bean bag cells” in the diagnosis of hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis.