With most dermatology practices closing their doors during the COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine is emerging as an effective option for patient care. Peter Lio, MD offers tips for overcoming technology difficulties and enhancing communication during teleconsults. He also offers insights into how he is using tele-triage to determine which medical dermatology patients need in-person care.
From new treatment guidelines to emerging biologic therapies for psoriasis in pediatric patients, Lawrence Eichenfield, MD says there’s new hope in successfully treating this patient population. He also discusses advances in treating pediatric atopic dermatitis.
2019 was bookended by the release of new treatment guidelines for pediatric skin disorders. Sheila Fallon Friedlander, MD, gives an overview of these developments and other hot topics in pediatric dermatology.
News | January 14, 2020
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