Wound Care Series – Part 2 Wound Assessment: How to Ask the Right Questions
Wound-Care-Series questions
by Angelo Landriscina, MD on
PART 2 Wound Assessment: How to Ask the Right Questions As I alluded to in my earlier post “Why Aren’t Dermatologists More Involved in Wound Care”, many dermatologists shy away from treating wounds, with some citing lack of confidence in their ability to offer appropriate care to patients. However, the treatment of wounds can be simplified by a stepwise approach.  The first st …
Wound Care Series – Part 1 Why Aren’t Dermatologists More Involved in Wound Care?
Wound Care
by Angelo Landriscina, MD on
PART 1 Why Aren’t Dermatologists More Involved in Wound Care? My time doing wound healing research has shown me not only the gaps in the literature, but also the deficit of dermatologists involved in wound care. One would think that our expertise in caring for the integument would automatically translate into eminence when it comes to the treatment of injuries. However, involvement of dermatol …
Acne treatment: The New, the Old, and the Controversial
by Bridget Kaufman, MD on
Next Steps Correspondent, Dr. Bridget Kaufman, reports on Dr. Hilary Baldwin’s acne lecture presented at the 2018 Skin of Color Seminar Series (now the Skin of Color Update) and shares important clinical pearls every dermatologist should know. During her 20-minute lecture titled, Out with the Old, In with the New: Acne Treatments that No Longer Work, Dr. Hilary Baldwin delved into acne treat …
Millennial Physicians: Changing the Face of Medicine
by Angelo Landriscina, MD on
The last few years have seen no shortage of think pieces about how millennials are changing our world and our culture.  From changes in social norms, to their embrace of technology to “killing” various industries, there’s a fascination with how this young generation (myself included) is leaving their mark on our society.  There have also been several articles concerned with how our generat …
Real World Dermatology: Clinical Pearls Galore – Part 2
by Angelo Landriscina, MD on
PART 2   Here are some more clinical pearls from the 2018 Real World Dermatology for Residents conference.  If you haven’t read part one, you can find it here. From Dr. Dee Anna Glaser’s “What You Really Need to Know about Treating the Aging Face: Fillers and Toxins”: Evaluation during consultation is key. Ask the patient what they would like done, and what their budget i …