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As a dermatology resident, I was mesmerized by the concept of “angioimmunoblastic lymphadenopathy with dysproteinemia” (AILD) after seeing a patient presented at our weekly conference...

Widespread actinic keratoses are problematic to patients and physicians, not only because of their pre-cancerous nature, but because of the cosmesis and discomfort associated with them. 

The Janus kinase inhibitors are taking the dermatologic therapeutic world by storm — at least in the literature. 

I recently encountered a patient who expressed his disappointment in me, complaining that I was too slow to diagnose a lentigo maligna in a facial solar lentigo...

Tick-induced mammalian meat allergy (MMA) has become an emergent allergy on six continents where humans are bitten by ticks.

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The statistics on obesity are staggering. According to the CDC, the percent of adults aged 20 and over with obesity is 39.8% (2015-2016).

From the time I was a medical student, I have always been fascinated by the “little old man” appearance of patient with cutis laxa (CL).

“Are you a real doctor?” Every dermatologist has been asked this question.

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The goal of this website is to improve the practice of dermatology, while being stimulating, practical, thought-provoking, and enlightening. Perspectives on current dermatologic literature are offered that are meant to be used in the clinic. It was created in 2016 by Warren R. Heymann, MD. Learn more about the editorial board