Skin of Color
Dermatologists can play a key role in disease prevention and management as cutaneous lesions are often the initial finding in systemic disease.
Doug Richley, DO, Stephen J Plumb, DO, Jonathan Cleaver, DO, FAOCD, and Lloyd Cleaver, DO, FAOCD
Recognition of cutaneous Rosai-Dorfman disease and the possibility of associated uveitis is important so that patients can be referred for appropriate ophthalmologic evaluation.
Marguerite Germain, MD and Kathleen J. Smith, MD
Although options to treat bruising have been limited, a new cream may be especially useful for older patients.
Joseph Bikowski, MD
Tess H. Pollinger, DO, 2LT, MC USA, Ryan P. Johnson, MD, MPH, CPT, MC USA, and Chris D. Collins, MD, CPT, MC USA
Verrucous porokeratosis (VP) represents a unique and rare variant in the clinical spectrum.
Arathi Goldsmith, DO; John Pui, MD; and Jean Holland, MD
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