Dermatology

What are you thankful for this year?
What are you thankful for this year?It's that time of year when we sit back and reflect on where we are and where we've come. When you look around you at the office or at home, what are the things and who are the people that you truly appreciate? Here at Dermatology Times, we look around and feel so grateful for all of you who put your trust in us every day! If it weren't for you, there wouldn't be an "us". Happy Thanksgiving from us to you!
Vascular anomalies require team approachPatients with vascular anomalies benefit from multidisciplinary treatment often involving propranolol and/or sirolimus.
Sirolimus may reduce refractory hemangiomasmTOR inhibitor helps child with diffuse vascular anomalies and extensive organ involvement.
5 great books for holiday ‘you time’The holidays offer some time to unwind and recalibrate before the calendar flips to the new year. If you enjoy reading, here are five recommendations we hope will resonate with you, inspire you, and maybe move you into the New Year with just a little more insight and enthusiasm.
Melanoma research roundupIn this slideshow, we highlight recently published research findings on newly identified genetic mutations associated with conjunctival melanoma, expanding the definition of melanoma to include population diversities, and dermatomyositis that fails treatment.
Understanding, diagnosing pediatric psoriasis phenotypesA pediatric dermatologist addresses important differences in children with psoriasis, versus adults.
A comparison of plaque psoriasis biologics and biosimilarsSwitching from originator to biosimilar shows no significant impact on drug survival in plaque psoriasis, but outcomes differ, researchers report.
Antibiotic resistance in acne: Avoid monotherapyA recent review supports AAD and EADV calls to limit antibiotic use in acne, and to further study the issue of antimicrobial resistance.
Isotretinoin requires caution in acne fulminansExpert panel offers guidelines for diagnosing and treating acne fulminans and its variants.
Combination topical appears effective for subclinical actinic keratosis treatmentCombination of fluorouracil and salicylic acid may be an effective field treatment for subclinical actinic keratoses lesions.