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The December issue of Dermatology Times
The December issue of Dermatology TimesThe December issue of Dermatology Times highlights expected biologic developments to watch for in 2018, aesthetic technique pearls, and the basics of managing your dermatology practice, including budgeting, social media ethics and the legalities surrounding telemedicine.
Does ICD-10 coding have you flummoxed?
Does ICD-10 coding have you flummoxed?From biopsy codes used to remove hematomas to codes used for pathology charges, ICD-10 isn’t always straightforward. Reference our table for helpful tips from Karl Ellzey.
The November issue of Dermatology Times
The November issue of Dermatology TimesThe November issue of Dermatology Times highlights men’s health issues, including the prevalence of squamous cell carcinoma in men, to the challenges of treating glabellar frown lines.
Considerations for laser treatment in pediatric patients
Considerations for laser treatment in pediatric patientsFrom psychosocial considerations to pain control, in pediatrics, there are a special set of factors physicians should consider before treating these young patients. Reference our table for insights.
Marketing to the male patient
Marketing to the male patientMen are increasingly seeking aesthetic procedures, but they tend to learn toward specific procedures more than others. Learn more in our table-of-the-month.
Risankizumab outperforms ustekinumab in psoriasis trial
Risankizumab outperforms ustekinumab in psoriasis trialThe IL-23 inhibitor risankizumab was superior to ustekinumab in a phase two trial of adult patients with moderate-to-severe chronic plaque psoriasis, researchers report.
The October issue of Dermatology Times
The October issue of Dermatology TimesThe October issue of Dermatology Times highlights advances in pediatric dermatology. This month we cover laser use in children, patch testing, data mining revelations in pediatric psoriasis.
Data support panfacial aesthetics approach
Data support panfacial aesthetics approachThe HARMONY study puts objective data behind the aesthetic and psychological improvements delivered by a panfacial approach to facial rejuvenation. It’s also the first study to use video analysis, and online photo ratings from a representative sample of Americans, as outcome measures.
Changing moles in teens
Changing moles in teensMole count in adolescents predictor of melanoma. Sun exposure habits develop in teen years. Prevent melanoma through sun protection. Reduce the number of unnecessary biopsies.
The September issue of Dermatology Times
The September issue of Dermatology TimesThe September 2017 issue of Dermatology Times focuses on women's health. This month we cover "Melanoma in Pregnancy," the "Pink Tax" and much more.