Derm In-Review

It’s Pop Quiz Friday 4/6! Let’s see if you get it right!
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You are called to evaluate a patient with these cutaneous findings. Once the diagnosis is confirmed, which additional test is indicated in the work-up for underlying causes? Colonoscopy Blood cultures Hemoglobin A1C Fat pad biopsy Hepatitis C antibody To find out the correct answer and read the explanation, click here.   Brought to you by …
It’s Pop Quiz Friday! Let’s see if you get it right!
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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 …
5th installment of Krazy Kodachromes – LIVE NOW!
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Our partner, Derm In-Review, is excited to announce that the 5th installment of Krazy Kodachromes is online now and ready for viewing! For the fifth installment, Dr. Adam Friedman along with award-winning educator Dr. Nasir Aziz provide their unique perspectives and insightful analysis during a live Kodachrome review session. Krazy Kodachromes is the latest study tool for dermatology …
Krazy Kodachromes – Live now!
Krazy Kodachromes
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Our partner, Derm In-Review, is excited to announce that the 4th installment of Krazy Kodachromes is online now and ready for viewing! Dr. Adam Friedman along with award-winning educators Dr. Yasmine Kirkorianand Dr. Frank Glass provide their unique perspectives and insightful analysis during a live Kodachrome review session. Krazy Kodachromes is the latest study tool for dermatolo …
From the ODAC experts: Board Review Pearls
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Compiled by Dr. Sheila Jalalat Highlights: key word associations for boards Neal Bhatia, MD Read CME in JAAD every Month 55% of the Boards is Kodachrome based Minocycline hyperpigmentation- Type 1 is most common and involves areas of previous inflammation and scarring Minocycline hypersensitivity reaction – hepatitis and facial edema Minocycline causing Lupus-like drug react …