Atopic Dermatitis

Emerging Therapies for Patients with Atopic Dermatitis
atopic dermatitisIt’s an exciting time for new therapies in atopic dermatitis with several therapies recently approved or in late-stage development. Next Steps in Derm, in partnership with ODAC Dermatology, Aesthetic & Surgical Conference, interviewed Baltimore dermatologist Dr. Shawn Kwatra, who outlined the new treatment options. From therapies that target IL-13 and IL-31 to JAK inhibitors, dermatology cl …
atopic dermatitis
JDD March 2024 Issue Highlights
alopeciaMarch into groundbreaking dermatological insights with the latest issue of the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology! Explore the prescribing habits of oral minoxidil for androgenetic alopecia, delve into a comprehensive review of botulinum toxin uses, and discover the effectiveness of microneedling for acne scars. Plus, unravel the uncertainties surrounding exosome therapy in androgenetic alopecia. Fro …
alopecia
JDD February 2024 Issue Highlights
psoriasisExplore the February 2024 issue of the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology! Discover groundbreaking research on topics such as novel treatments for melasma, advancements in psoriasis management, gene expression profile (GEP) testing for squamous cell carcinoma, pediatric vitiligo, and many more! Stay ahead of the curve with the latest insights from leading dermatology experts. Straight from the Editor …
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Asian-Specific Skin Diseases
Asian Skin DiseasesAt the 2023 Skin of Color Update Conference, attendees had the exciting opportunity to listen to Dr. George Han, MD, PhD, from Northwell Health in New York, discuss the prevalence and characteristics of certain skin conditions, primarily in Asian populations. His lecture highlighted the differences in the presentation, genetics, and treatment responses among Asians compared to other ethnic groups …
Asian Skin Diseases
Pediatric Skin Lesions – Friday Pop Quiz – 1/5/2023
A 4-month-old infant is brought to the clinic by his mother. The mother reports that her son has had lesions on his cheeks for several weeks. The mother initially treated the lesions using an over-the-counter moisturizer. After visiting her pediatrician, the patient’s mother tried bleach baths and received a steroid cream, which she used once in the last month. Which of the following is …