An 81-year-old man with a history of skin cancer and chronic sun exposure presents for evaluation of erythematous patches on his hands and face.
A novel study evaluated the effect of cardiometabolic syndrome on early vascular disease in patients with psoriasis.
A 48-year-old Hispanic woman presents to the clinic requesting removal of a mole on her right cheek, which has been gradually growing.
A 42-year-old woman was admitted to the hospital for complications related to type 2 diabetes. Can you diagnose this case?.
A summary of tips for capturing high quality images of patients with skin of color is provided.
Concomitant treatment of common comorbidities of HS, including anxiety and depression, metabolic syndrome, and smoking, may improve treatment outcomes.
A 50-year-old woman presents with a crop of lesions that recently appeared on her buttocks and legs.
Two cases of asymptomatic hyperpigmented plaques on the trunk; can correctly you diagnose the conditions?
A patient with a compromised immune system presents for evaluation of a diffuse bullous rash.
There is an increased risk for both all-cause and cause-specific mortality among patients with atopic eczema.