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Papules – Friday Pop Quiz 5/26/2023
A 38-year-old woman presents with multiple bothersome papules on her nose, as shown. She had previously been seen for these lesions and was treated with benzoyl peroxide wash and oral clindamycin with minimal improvement. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis? A. Acne excoriee B. Atypical mycobacterial infection C. Foreign body granuloma D. Hodgkin lymphoma E. Lup …
Skincare Mondays | A Holistic Approach to Acne Treatment
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Acne vulgaris is a multi- factorial skin disease, characterized by proliferation of bacteria, hyperkeratinization, inflammation, and excess sebum production. Acne sufferers want to address all aspects of their acne, including the disease state of the lesions and cosmetic complexion issues, such as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation and scarring. Treatment outcomes depend on adherence to a prescri …
Rosacea in Diverse Skin Tones | Recognition, Diagnosis, and Treatment
by Nishad Sathe, MD on
We have probably all seen a patient with rosacea. After all, it is quite common in middle-aged, fair-skinned women. Here, however, we will explore a talk given by Dr. Hilary Baldwin (Medical director of the Acne Treatment & Research Center in Morristown, NJ and Brooklyn, NY, and Clinical Associate Professor of Dermatology at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center) at the 2022 Skin of Color …
Foot Lesions – Friday Pop Quiz 9/23/2022
Which of the following best describes the image of the bottom of this foot? A. Pitted keratolysis B. Tinea pedis C. Diffuse palmoplantar keratoderma D. Basal cell nevus syndrome E. Arsenical keratosis To find out the correct answer and read the explanation, click here.    Brought to you by our brand partner Derm In-Review.  A product of SanovaWorks. …
What’s New in Pediatric Acne? Stop Picking and Start Applying Well-Tolerated Retinoids!
by Jacqueline McKesey, MD, MS on
Linda Stein Gold, Director of Dermatology Clinical Research at Henry Ford Health System, lead us through “Acne across the ages” at the 17th Annual Women’s and Pediatric Dermatology Seminar. She busted through several acne myths, which are easily debunked with new acne medications: Clascoterone 1% cream: it reduces sebum production in the skin! Similar to spironolactone, it is an anti-andr …