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Topic: Residents

Resident Resource Center | February 2019

Rituximab-induced Serum Sickness in Pemphigus Vulgaris: A Case Report and Literature Review

Jolie Krooks, BS; and Angela Weatherall, MD

Severe cases of pemphigus vulgaris (PV) are typically treated with high doses of systemic steroids. Rituximab, a chimeric (human/mouse) monoclonal antibody directed against CD20 of B lymphocytes, was recently approved by the FDA for the...

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Resident Resource Center | November 2018

Recognition of Chronic Alcoholism Key to Successful Treatment of Pellagra: A Case Report

Alan Snyder, BS; and Daniel Ward, MD

Pellagra is a disease characterized by a lack of cellular niacin, generally caused by a dietary insufficiency of nicotinic acid (niacin) or its essential amino acid precursor tryptophan.1 Historically, systemic complications caused by...

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Resident Resource Center | September 2018

Repairing the Ellipse; Resident Salary Update

Navid Malakouti, MD; and Pavan Nootheti, MD, FAAD, FACMS

Repairing The Ellipse: An Alternative Approach By Navid Malakouti, MD and Pavan Nootheti, MD, FAAD, FACMS The fusiform (elliptical) excision is a common surgical technique employed by dermatologists for the removal of benign and...

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