It’s Pop Quiz Friday! Let’s see if you get it right!
Which of the following is FALSE regarding this diagnosis? PAS +, diastase labile The eosinophilic intracytoplasmic constituent is also known as a pustulo-ovoid body. Often has pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia overlying it Malignant transformation may occur Most common location is the head and neck To find out the correct answer and read the ex …
NEW EPISODE of JDD Podcast: Sifting Signal from Noise: A Practical Review of Systemic Therapies for Moderate to Severe Psoriasis
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JDD Podcasts present the latest journal content related to advances in drugs, devices and treatment methods in dermatology, in a new convenient audio format. From article abstracts to interviews, JDD Podcasts provide a fresh perspective of the peer reviewed content you have come to rely on from JDD (Journal of Drugs in Dermatology). Hosted by Adam Friedman, MD and released monthly, ea …
Growing Your Hair Practice:
The ONE Channel You Should Focus On

Grow Your Hair Practice
Hair loss crosses the generations. It is probably one of the least discussed diagnoses because there is a shame effect. Often times, people also feel discouraged because they have probably used countless OTC treatments which promised to make their grow hair but failed to work. A patient of mine once told me: “I’m so glad you encouraged me to talk about my hair loss. I would have nev …
The Art and Science of Surgical Nutrition –
Dr. Buford Knows How

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Imagine for a minute you are preparing for elective surgery. You are scared to death and have to choose from two very different scenarios. The first scenario involves a surgeon who is well-trained, experienced in her specialty, but who has changed virtually nothing since the day she began practice with respect to preoperative protocols. A few weeks before surgery, you meet at your preop …
Compounding in Dermatology – How to Navigate the Regulatory and Legal Landscape
Compounding has been a cornerstone of the practice of dermatology since its inception. Often it is the best way to provide effective treatment for patients with skin disease. Nevertheless, current events have resulted in a regulatory climate that threatens the survival of this time-honored practice by dermatologists and consequently access to effective therapies by our patients. Medication comp …