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Breaking a Sweat: Treating Hyperhidrosis in the COVID-19 Era

Series: Dermatology Dispatches | April 6, 2020

Hyperhidrosis patients can be evaluated with telemedicine, says Neal Bhatia, MD. It’s important that these individuals have adequate supplies of their medication for the duration of any stay-at-home orders. In addition, dermatologists should try to distinguish between anxiety-induced sweating and primary hyperhidrosis.

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Injectable Beauty: New Uses for Dermal Fillers

Series: Dermatology Dispatches | April 6, 2020

Today fillers are being used to do more than just chase wrinkles and folds, shares Jeanette Black, MD. Some exciting new uses include biostimulation with Sculptra or hyperdilute Radiesse to addresscellulite and skin laxity along with the use of intradermal hyaluronic acid-based fillers for skin hydration.

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COVID-19 Impact: Virtual Care for Young Patients

Series: Dermatology Dispatches | April 2, 2020

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.

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COVID-19 Impact: iPledge and Isotretinoin Prescribing

Series: Dermatology Dispatches | April 2, 2020

For patients on isotretinoin, complying with the iPledge program while treating patients virtually can be challenging. Joshua Zeichner, MD discusses new FDA guidance that allows female patients to take OTC pregnancy tests in order to continue treatment. He also discusses when patients do and do not need routine blood work.

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Digital v. Standard Photography: When and Why

Series: Dermatology Dispatches | April 2, 2020

For photo documentation for orienting pictures for biopsies, digital photos on iPads may be sufficient and allow for easy upload to a patient's chart, explains Todd Schlesinger, MD. But if you're looking for higher quality, cameras offer a better option. Dr. Schlesinger also offers tips for dermatologists who want to be able to tag photos in order to sort by diagnosis, angle of orientation, patient dermographics, and more.

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