Make the Diagnosis
An 80-year-old White male presented with an asymptomatic firm pink plaque on his right shoulder.
Aesthetic Dermatology Update
In my experience, all cosmetic procedures across the board, including injectables, skin resurfacing, and lasers, have increased.
The cutaneous benefits of bee venom, Part II: Acupuncture, wound healing, and various potential indications
Bee venom has been shown to provide many salutary effects, but more research is needed, according to Dr. Baumann.
The fifth and last time I was listed as Best of Boston was in 2019, when I shared honors with obstetrics, ice cream, interior design, and...
Assessing Psychological Interventions for Hidradenitis Suppurativa as a First Step Toward Patient-Centered Practice
Although hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) has high rates of psychological comorbidities, management of the psychological aspects of the disease has...
Onychomycosis is the most prevalent nail condition worldwide and has a significant impact on quality of life. Therefore, it is...
The firing of a physician who made use of soon-to-expire COVID-19 vaccine doses rather than flush them epitomizes the loss of physician autonomy...
Which type of antibiotic would provide the best coverage and lowest minimal inhibitory concentration for the likely organism?
Improving Dermatologic Care for South Asian Patients: Understanding Religious and Cultural Practices
By becoming familiar with the unique health care needs of South Asian patients, dermatologists can become key players in reducing health care...
Cold Iron Truth
Medicaid access to dermatologists is a government economic issue, not a physician ethical one.
The Optimized Doctor
Experienced physicians might not know what’s hot, but they can often see where the best course of action lies.