This parallel-group, randomized clinical trial assesses the effectiveness and dose-related effect of small quantities of hyaluronidase vs saline to treat hyaluronic acid filler nodules in healthy women.
This randomized clinical trial examines the efficacy and safety of topical rapamycin therapy for treatment of patients with tuberous sclerosis complex–related facial angiofibromas.
This cohort study describes clinical features, quality of life, and response to minoxidil among female patients with breast cancer who have endocrine therapy–induced alopecia.
This systematic review and meta-analysis uses validated health-related quality-of-life instruments to compare the health-related quality of life of patients with vascular malformations with that of the US general population.
Poliosis is a patch of white hair with decreased or absent melanin located in areas with hair growth, such as the scalp and eyebrows. This condition most commonly occurs on the scalp. If poliosis occurs on the scalp, it is referred to as a mallen streak. The term mallen streak originated from author…
Limited information exists on the influence of demographics, tumor characteristics, and treatment on survival in cutaneous pleomorphic sarcoma (CPS).
Continuous therapy is warranted to prevent recurrences.
To the Editor: Dermatology practice continues to positively transform with therapeutic advances, even as the workforce supply decreases.1 Notably, academic centers have observed decreases in inpatient dermatology consultations.2 However, these consults may improve the quality of care and health outcomes for hospitalized patients.3 This study sought to examine recent changes in inpatient…
AcneAlly is a service for patients to get prescription generic Accutane (isotretinoin) from dermatologists online, with a safety-first approach.
Dear Editor: Hemangioma is a common term to describe a benign proliferative lesion of vascular tissue origin that can be present either at birth or appear during childhood.1 Hemangiomas are developmental vascular abnormalities characterized by a proliferative growth phase and a very slow, inevitable regression (involutive phase). They are histologically classified into capillary and cavernous […]