The clinical and dermoscopic features of nevus-associated melanomas and de novo melanomas, classiﬁed by melanoma thickness, in a large group of patients, were compared.
Higher exposure to thiazides is associated with increased rates of incident keratinocyte carcinoma and melanoma among older adults.
Among patients younger than 49 years, those with actinic keratosis had a nearly 7-times greater likelihood of developing cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma than patients without actinic keratosis.
A tanning bed ban for U.S. minors would be cost-effective.
The results of 2 Phase 3 trials evaluating the efficacy and safety of topical tirbanibulin for treating patients with actinic keratosis are reviewed.
For each case, the lesion area was projected onto a pixeled facial model and lesion centroids were recorded; a pixel was counted as lesion-positive when more than half of its area was occupied.
Current reports on chemically exfoliative facial peeling therapies for actinic keratosis are reviewed.
The relationship between DPDT efficacy for the treatment of actinic keratosis and weather conditions was assessed.
A team of investigators sought to assess the impact of multimodality, CNS-directed treatments on survival rates in patients with melanoma brain metastasis.
A systematic review to assess patients’ opinions of topical, field-directed treatments for actinic keratosis was conducted.