Investigators characterized the effects and markers of response of omalizumab in normocomplementemic urticarial vasculitis.
All articles by Dibash Kumar Das, PhD
Risk factors related to the development of a second primary melanoma have been identified and may aid in determining melanoma guidelines and prevention strategies.
Allergen-specific immunotherapy using animal dander may effectively treat atopic dermatitis.
A concentration of minoxidil and carboxygas can incite lasting hair growth in patients with androgenic alopecia.
Investigators evaluated the therapeutic effect of a 1540-nm nonablative fractional laser on actinic keratosis, which can be treated by various treatment modalities.
Investigators sought to determine whether cryopeeling provided faster and superior improvement of solar lentigines than trichloroacetic acid 35% peeling.
The prevalence of acute posttraumatic stress symptoms in the study population was 4.6%, ranging from 4.4% in healthcare workers to 518.4% in the high-risk general population.
Treatment with dupilumab in patients with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis was found to be effective in 54% of patients—a percentage that may reflect use of adjunctive therapies.
Researchers examined the relationship between vitiligo and the risk for psychiatric disorders such as anxiety, major depressive disorder, and manic disorders.
A deep learning model trained to predict antibiotics based on structure has identified a powerful new antibiotic compound, Halicin, according to study results published in Cell.
Considering the strong association with mental health health issues and itch, a comprehensive care approach may be best for patients with pruritus.
The geriatric population has unique dermatologic needs and concerns, which differ greatly from those of younger patients, study research finds.
A novel trial examining dose reduction strategies for biologic agents for the treatment of psoriasis found that successful dose tapering was possible in more than half of patients, which can have an effect on healthcare expenditures.
BRAF V600E mutation may indicate a reduced risk for relapse and/or metastasis in patients with melanoma.
Complications often seen in patients with atopic dermatitis treated with dupilumab — dry eye, conjunctivitis, and keratitis — were successfully avoided in a small study that examined the use of artificial tears in this population.
Researchers examined the effect of intravenous cyclophosphamide pulse therapy on skin thickening in patients with systemic sclerosis.
Despite increases in most sun protective behaviors, the rates of primary and secondary skin preventive behaviors remain suboptimal, and the prevalence of multiple sunburns is rising.
A simple, convenient, and inexpensive nonsurgical treatment for post-burn leukoderma yields excellent improvement.
Researchers assessed the incidence of isotretinoin-triggered axial spondyloarthropathy in acne vulgaris patients based on clinical features and MRI findings and examined clinical and radiologic outcomes after drug withdrawal.
Real-world utilization of biologics for the treatment of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis reveals interesting trends and surprising practices, finds an analysis.
A large-scale study provides unprecedented evidence that a number of very diverse factors influence minimal erythema dose variations.
PROMIS SD and SRI 8-item bank short forms demonstrate sufficient validity and feasibility to be used as assessment tools for burden of sleep in adults with atopic dermatitis.
Researchers assessed the effect of uveitis, psoriasis, and inflammatory bowel disease on disease activity and functional status in a population-based cohort of patients with axial spondyloarthritis.