The first U.S. face transplant recipient continues to regain sensory and motor capabilities, with future revision procedures planned.
Patients with treatment-resistant chronic idiopathic urticaria may respond more successfully to antihistamine therapy augmented with dapsone or colchicine.
Identifying precipitating events and treating patients with antidepressant Lexapro can help patients overcome delusions of parasitosis.
A recent study that ranks dermatology among the most satisfying medical specialties to practice finds agreement among dermatologists, who count the specialty's diversity, flexibility and visual nature among its charms.
A proposed 10 percent tax on indoor tanning services is part of a revised Senate healthcare reform bill now headed to conference committee with a House bill.
With the House and Senate attempting to advance differing visions of healthcare reform, a long-term fix for Medicare's broken sustainable growth rate (SGR) formula hangs in the balance, dermatologists say.
Few controlled studies are available for the treatment of atopic dermatitis, so physicians must rely on experience.
For dermatologists considering an EHR purchase, experts offer the following tips:
When addressing hair loss, a systematic approach can minimize frustrations for physicians and patients alike.
As the presence and diversity of ethnic skin of color (SOC) continue to grow worldwide, an expert says a more comprehensive skin-type classification system will help dermatologists predict these patients' response to dermatologic procedures.