Bakker et al investigate the clinical variants of bullous pemphigoid as pruritus in the elderly. See the invited commentary by Hertl and Schmidt.
Using the case of an older man with intractable pruritus, Berger and coauthors conduct a literature review on pruritus in the older patient and discuss possible etiologies and treatment options.
This cohort study reports the trends and variations in skin and subcutaneous diseases, along with malignant melanoma and keratinocyte carcinoma, in the 50 states and the District of Columbia for the past 3 decades.
This systematic review examines the literature on low- and high-dose naltrexone to summarize evidence about the drug’s potential use in treatment of chronic inflammatory conditions of the skin.
A 3-day-old premature male infant, born at 26 weeks’ gestational age, presented to the dermatology department with multiple, grouped vesicles and punched-out ulcerations on the scalp, axilla, extremities, and scrotum. What is your diagnosis?
A newborn presented with vesicular lesions over trunk and lower extremities that had begun 2 days prior; physical examination revealed vesicles filled with clear fluid disposed in a linear arrangement forming whorls and swirls. What is your diagnosis?
Iyer and colleagues described a 53-year-old woman presented with nausea and vomiting and was later diagnosed as having neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder.
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