Skin of Color
Approaches to treatment and management should balance caution with aggressiveness.
Jerry Bagel, MD
Learn to recognize and manage the variety of allergens that cause contact dermatitis in pediatric patients.
Kathryn Russell, MD and Sharon E. Jacob, MD
Choosing the right employee is only the first step in fostering a productive practice staff. Learn how mentoring and coaching can make the difference.
Neonatal lupus syndrome (NLS) is a rare disease characterized by an autoimmune process associated with the presence of auto antibodies in maternal fetal circulation against proteins SSA/Ro and SSB/La.
Jonas Ribas, MD, MSc, Carla B. R. Ribas, MD, MSc, and Janaina S. Tirapelle, MD.
New soft tissue codes—which include closures—are often appropriate…and not necessarily associated with lower reimbursements.
Sharon Andrews, RN, CCS-P
Is volume an additional prognostic indicator that can differentiate those few traditionally “low risk” melanomas that may metastasize and necessitate SLN biopsy?
Robert G. Walton, MD and Cruz Velasco, PhD
Based on accumulating evidence, dermatologists should be prepared to counsel psoriasis patients about lifestyle and overall health.
Paul Yamauchi, MD
A developer of one of the forefront cryolipolysis procedures reflects on the device and its non-invasive approach to sculpting the body.
Ted Pigeon, Senior Associate Editor
Savvy mass-marketers appeal to patients´ desires for "natural" skincare by incorporating minerals into conventional cosmetics, but true mineral make-up can offer benefits for dermatology patients.
Hema Sundaram, MD
New studies suggest therapeutic pearls for the management of vitiligo and highlight new approaches to understanding the disorder.
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