Speaker Julia Nunley, ACP Member, professor and dermatology program director at Virginia Commonwealth University, was happy to oblige all comers to “Essential Dermatology for the Practicing Internist” at Internal Medicine 2009.
Today's "Essential Dermatology for the Practicing Internist" session was packed to the gills, with audience members consuming all available floor and wall space. ... You won't see this in any dermatology textbook, but rosacea flairs with menses," Dr.
During the “Dermatology for the Internist” precourse on Tuesday, Dr. Malerich provided an efficient and organized approach to hair loss that, at its core, focuses on patient education.
How do you pick a dermatologist? So dermatology isn't a specialty particularly known for self-sacrifice and lack of interest in income (it is part of the ROAD, after all), ... but this New York Times article raises concerns that some dermatology
To evaluate the migration patterns of dermatologists from residency to clinical practice, researchers reviewed data from the American Academy of Dermatology's membership database. ... They looked at 7,067 dermatology residents who completed training
Thanks to my patient for allowing me to use her photo to talk about a common condition known as shingles. The medical name is herpes zoster ...
Lim, MD, chairman and C.S. Livingood Chair in the department of dermatology at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. ... Prevalence of rheumatologist-diagnosed psoriatic arthritis in patients with psoriasis in European/North American dermatology clinics.
More than skin deep: Psoriasis has hidden dangers. As we note in this month's cover story about dermatology for the internist, psoriasis is common, affecting about 2% of the general ... But a new study in the Archives of Dermatology suggests even this
The American Academy of Dermatology delves into that more in-depth,. Oxybenzone has been an ingredient in sunscreen since 1978, and contrary to recent reports, it's not been linked to
About 70% of electronic consultations to five high-volume specialties (hematology, infectious diseases, dermatology, rheumatology, and psychiatry) were appropriate, ranging from 61% for rheumatology to 78% for psychiatry.