AD in infancy: Diagnostic advice and treatment tips
Among infants who are growing well and otherwise healthy, the infantile eczema phenotype encompasses AD, seborrheic dermatitis, contact dermatitis...
Expunging ‘penicillin allergy’: Your questions answered
Great to hear the enthusiasm for testing for penicillin allergy!
CDC: Drug-resistant ringworm reported in New York
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Facial, hand, and foot dermatitis: Lebrikizumab and dupilumab show efficacy in new studies
"Lebrikizumab was efficacious in clearing and improving facial and hand dermatitis, burdensome and difficult-to-treat areas, in most patients," Dr...
Cutaneous vasculitis curtails quality of life
Survey respondents described a generally poor health-related quality of life that was detailed as more severe with a skin-specific instrument than...
Can this tool forecast peanut allergies?
The predictive scorecard captures 14 images from one infant of mixed race, two White infants, two Black infants, and two Hispanic infants.
Two phase 3 trials show benefits of dupilumab for prurigo nodularis
The results “support the involvement of type 2 cytokines in driving PN disease pathogenesis and the targeting of the IL-4/IL-13 axis as a novel...
Study shifts burden of IgG4-related disease to women
First population-based U.S. analysis establishes “key benchmarks” for immune-mediated condition initially described in 2001.
1,726-nm lasers poised to revolutionize acne treatment, expert predicts
“Further study of both scarring and acne are needed to fully categorize the benefit and to optimize treatments,” Dr. Jeffrey Dover said.
Contact allergens lurk in diabetes devices
Some reports suggest that at any given time, skin complications may affect as many as one quarter to one half of patients who use diabetes devices...