This case report describes a patient with a rare type of immune-related cutaneous adverse event following anti–PD-1 therapy for melanoma.
A man in his 40s presented with dark red, circular lesions in his right axilla without pain, blisters, or other symptoms; after resolution with a topical cream, similar lesions appeared in his left axilla and inguinal folds 5 months later. What is your diagnosis?
This diagnostic accuracy study compares dermoscopic criteria for diagnosis of melanoma in situ.
This systematic review characterizes and assesses the representation of racial and ethnic minorities and women in randomized clinical trials across a range of dermatologic conditions.
Sartori-Valinotti and coauthors report their experience with the clinical presentation, diagnosis, and management of otic lichen planus in 19 patients treated during a 10-year period at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota.
You currently have no searches saved.
Create a personal account or sign in to: