Skin of Color
To identify BCCs, clinicians must be familiar with the numerous tumor subtypes and aware of unusual sites of involvement.
Joseph B. Bikowski, MD
Specialists review the basics of choosing ideal patients for home UVB, delineate key aspects of patient education, and provide detailed information on currently available phototherapy equipment.
Tina Bhutani, MD and Wilson Liao, MD
For years, Botox has been the exclusive product for botulinum toxin procedures, but the introduction of Dysport has given patients and physicians more choices.
Joel Schlessinger, MD
Many questions remain regarding the sustainability of specialty-specific EHR systems.
Mark Kaufmann, MD
When stating the complaint, many medical charts improperly describe what the physician is expected to do rather than explain what prompted the service.
Sharon Andrews, RN, CCS-P
The success of you and your practice depends on staff. Nurture the right attitudes and behaviors.
Emerging data confirm that atopic dermatitis and ichthyosis share pathogenic traits, suggesting a role for barrier repair formulations in management.
Clinicians who are familiar with scientifically proven skincare ingredients, knowledgeable about formulations, and adept at combining topical products can help patients achieve or maintain cosmetic rejuvenation goals.
Hema Sundaram, MD
Research continues to highlight the benefits of lasers for cosmetic as well as medical complaints.
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