Researchers detail the link between ocular surface disorders and blistering skin diseases, and how they affect quality of life metrics.
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Researchers review the use of a less invasive technique to remove noncancerous lid growths.
Anxiolytic medication use and other lifestyle factors can put patients at a greater risk for dry eye.
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Low exposure to the outdoors was also linked to worsening near vision.
The study suggests that inflammation and serotonin dysfunction are responsible for the correlation.
Hispanic, American Indian, and Asian participants developed chalazion at higher rates than other groups, the report shows.
Anne-Claire Fougerousse, MD, elaborates on a recent study regarding psoriasis, SBTs, and COVID-19.
Researchers found the association after reviewing 1753 patients from 5 studies.
Valerie Harvey, MD and Lynn McKinley-Grant, MD explain the importance of diversity and specialized training to treat patients with skin of color in the field of dermatology.
Lynn McKinley-Grant, MD, describes how precedents were set in the treatment of skin of color by greats John Kenney Jr., MD, and Susan Taylor, MD.
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