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Straight Scoop: Audience Questions Answered

Series: Making Connections | June 26, 2020

The panelists respond to questions from the audience about negotiating, choosing opportunities, and even how to say "No" the right way.

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Making Connections: Success in Your First Five Years

Series: Making Connections | June 26, 2020

Experts share practical guidance to help dermatologists chart a course for success. Topics range from getting involved in clinical trials to finding opportunities for leadership. Learn how to gain confidence prescribing systemic agents, and explore opportunities in medical dermatology. 

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Resident Resource Center | July 2019

Miliary Osteoma Cutis: An Unusual, Sudden-Onset Presentation of a Rare Eruption; Call for Cases

A 47-year-old woman presented with a sudden-onset, asymptomatic eruption of the face and neck during an inpatient admission for the management of septic shock secondary to pneumonia and hyperglycemia. Her hospital course was complicated by...

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Resident Resource Center | June 2019

Prospective Analysis: PRP Post-Mohs; Physician Debt Insights

Martin Azzam, BS/BA; Sally Osborne-Barone, BS; and Whitney Hovenic, MD/MPH

Mohs surgery is a technique employed by dermatologic surgeons to progressively remove skin cancers in a conservative manner until only cancer-free tissue remains, thus allowing one to be “tissue sparing” in the process and have...

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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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