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Approvals of Note From 2016

Stefanie Tuleya

December 2016—A look back at FDA approvals in dermatology from the year.

Recent Developments

December 2016—Misdiagnosis of Fungal Skin Infections Fungal skin infections may be commonly misdiagnosed, according to a survey in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. Geo…

Currents

October 2016—Get the upper hand on infections and infestations

Update on Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management of Onychomycosis

Robert Higham, PA-C, Nicole Gellings Lowe, PhD, and Neal Bhatia, MD

October 2016—A review of the importance of confirming diagnosis and a look at the efficacy of approved therapies.

The Dermatology Industry: A Status Report

By Paul Winnington, Editorial Director

December 2015—The two companies that stole the spotlight in 2014 continue to drive industry news in the dermatology space.

Bed Bug Infestations

With Theodore Rosen, MD, FAAD

October 2015—Expert insights from DermTube for diagnosing and treating the symptoms of bites, and on how to eradicate the bugs.

Currents

February 2014—Combining Fluconazole with Non-antifungal agents May Offer New Avenue for Treating Fungal Infections With the recent emergence of fluconazole-resistant Candida albicans …

Update on Management of Dermatophytoses

Joseph Bikowski, MD, FAAD

February 2014—Reviewing principles of diagnosis and management and understanding the latest therapeutic developments can lead to improved outcomes.

 
 

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