Researchers compared the efficacy of intravenous cyclophosphamide and other immunosuppressants in the treatment of idiopathic inflammatory myopathy-related interstitial lung disease.
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BRAF V600E molecules were found to be homogenously distributed throughout the tumor and are associated with improved prognosis in SSMs.
Researchers sought to determine the dermoscopic features and their diagnostic value in distinguishing common inflammatory and infectious dermatoses.
Researchers evaluated the validity and usability of a new electronic patient-reported outcome measure for Raynaud phenomenon among patients with systemic sclerosis.
Researchers evaluated the clinical characteristics of uveitis in patients with psoriatic arthritis, as well as the effect of uveitis on health-related quality of life.
Investigators report real-world evidence on the treatment of atopic dermatitis derived from the TARGET-DERM study.
A team of investigators reported on data from the Chronic Urticaria Registry (CURE), which was created to assess the impact of chronic urticaria on health-related quality of life, mental and emotional health, and sleep.
The incidence and risk for major atherosclerotic cardiovascular events (MACE) associated with immune checkpoint inhibitor (ICI) use in a high-risk and advanced melanoma population are described.
A C. acnes quantitative PCR (qPCR)-based antibiotics resistance assay, (ACQUIRE), was evaluated in a large-scale cross-sectional observational study to examine the macrolide resistance level of C. acnes.
Independent risk factors for pressure ulcers in ICU patients admitted with COVID-19 are identified from patient data.
Results from this retrospective case series analysis outline the clinical characteristics of acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP).
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) provides updated recommendations for managing acne, including both the physical manifestations of the disease as well as its psychological affect.
The efficacy and safety of autologous fat grafting and platelet-rich plasma for the treatment of post-acne scars is compared.
A novel study assessed the efficacy, safety, and improvement in QoL index in patients with melasma treated with topical 5% tranexamic acid with 30% glycolic acid peel.
Treatment outcomes and adverse events of oral tranexamic acid (TA) in patients with vitiligo and melasma were assessed.
COVID-19-related vitiligo treatment delays were assessed and the disease management possible during the pandemic is suggested.
The efficacy of 577-nm pro-yellow laser to treat or cure certain vascular skin diseases was assessed.
The efficacy of recipient site preparation using dermabrasion, cryoblister, and dermaroller followed by NCES in stable vitiligo were compared.
The study’s goal was to compare the clinical efficacy, safety, tolerability, and improvement in QOL index of three peeling agents for patients with melasma.
The efficacy and safety of single-agent chemical peels in patients with pigmented skin, was investigated via a systematic review and meta-analysis of the current literature.
The relationship between long-term NB-UVB phototherapy and cardiovascular or cerebrovascular risk in patients with vitiligo was investigated.
Current smoking status is associated with a lower risk for rosacea, a study finds.
An international survey of clinicians assesses practices in prescribing oral propranolol for infantile hemangiomas.
The myriad treatment options available for vitiligo are highlighted in results from a literature review.
Researchers compared 1-day intravenous dexamethasone pulses with 3-day pulses in a small cohort of children and adolescents with severe AA.
Combining microneedling with topical drug application yields better results than microneedling alone in treating localized vitiligo.
A melanoma risk prediction model may assist clinicians in stratifying patients by melanoma risk for targeted preventive interventions.
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