Alexander Egeberg, MD, PhD, discusses his latest research, which suggests that 1 in 4 patients with psoriasis also has psoriatic arthritis.
Data indicates that 4 in 10 Americans have at least one tattoo. In this Q&A, board-certified dermatologist Marie Leger, MD, PhD, from Metro Dermatology in New York City, discusses potential dermatologic complications that can arise with tattoos and how dermatologists can manage and treat them.
At the recent Skin of Color Update in New York, Andrew F. Alexis, MD, reviewed important considerations for diagnosing and treating atopic dermatitis in patients with skin of color.
False skin diseases are widely circulated online via social media and other platforms. In this Q&A, Keith Wagner, MD, discusses the findings of a recent study that examined online misinformation on false skin diseases.
In a systematic review, Richard Brindle, MD, and colleagues investigated whether certain antibiotics, routes of administration, and/or treatment duration affected treatment outcomes among patients with cellulitis.
Patients with psoriasis and HIV comprise a unique subgroup that requires special consideration for treatment due to complications and comorbidities associated with both diseases, according to Wilson Liao, MD, from the University of California San Francisco.
As summer approaches, patients may be especially inclined to seek advice from their dermatologists on appropriate sun protection. Rita Pichardo, MD, from Wake Forest School of Medicine, spoke with Consultant360 about how dermatologists can educate patients on sunscreen types for year-round use and appropriate application.
The expression “so stressed that your hair is falling out” could have scientific merit, new research suggests. In an interview with Consultant360, Isabelle Vallerand, PhD, discusses key takeaways from her new study, which found that the association between alopecia areata and MDD may actually be bidirectional.
Anna Yasmine Kirkorian, MD, and Justin Arnold, MMSc, on Reducing Hospital Readmissions for Skin Disease
A recent study that was awarded an honorable mention at the 2018 AAD Annual Meeting identified numerous healthcare and demographic disparities in hospital readmissions for skin disease. We spoke with lead author Anna Yasmine Kirkorian, MD, and first author Justin Arnold, MMSc.