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New Psoriasis Drug Still Safe, Effective at 60 Weeks
Perşembe, 30 Ağustos 2007
A novel calcineurin inhibitor has been found to remain safe and effective over the long term for patients with stable plaque psoriasis, according to the 60-week results of a phase III study. The new agent, ISA247, also confers some advantages when compared with cyclosporine, including less renal impairment.
Sunblock Protects Transplant Patients
Salı, 28 Ağustos 2007
Regular application of a novel potent broad-spectrum liposomal sunscreen by solid organ transplant recipients resulted in a reduced incidence of actinic keratoses and nonmelanoma skin cancers in a 2-year randomized trial.
Topical Tacrolimus Found to Reduce Vitiligo Size
Pazar, 26 Ağustos 2007
Topical tacrolimus significantly decreased the size of vitiligo lesions and spurred repigmentation, compared with pretreatment and unaffected skin, the results of a small study found.
Psoriasis in Children Differs From Adult Disease
Çarşamba, 23 Mayıs 2007
Pediatric psoriasis is not just psoriasis in little people, and its differences from adult psoriasis are important to recognize, Dr. Danielle Marcoux said at Dermatology Update 2007. There are unmet treatment needs for the pediatric population, said Dr. Marcoux, a pediatric dermatologist at Sainte-Justine Hospital in Montreal.
More Topical Lidocaine Means More Dermatitis
Çarşamba, 23 Mayıs 2007
Lidocaine contact allergy may be on the rise, Dr. James S. Taylor said at a symposium sponsored by the Dermatology Foundation. Although lidocaine, the most commonly used injectable anesthetic, is less likely than benzocaine or other esters to produce immediate,
Light Therapy Underwhelming for Acne
Çarşamba, 14 Mart 2007
Some acne patients may respond to various light-based treatments, but most of the time the improvement is modest and short-lived, Dr. E. Victor Ross Jr. said at a symposium on laser and cosmetic surgery sponsored by SkinCare Physicians.
Pediatric Inflammatory Nevus Signals Psoriasis Risk
Cuma, 17 Kasım 2006
Pediatric inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus may be a manifestation of an underlying psoriatic predisposition, according to results of a retrospective study presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Pediatric Dermatology.
Address Androgen Excess in Women With Hirsutism Symptoms
Pazartesi, 13 Kasım 2006
Address the underlying androgen excess when a woman presents for correction of cutaneous effects of hyperandrogenism, Dr. Ellen E. Wilson said at a meeting of Skin Disease Education Foundation.
Genital Lesions Common in Oral Lichen Planus
Cuma, 10 Kasım 2006
Gingival lichen planus, particularly forms that are erosive, ulcerative, or bullous, should raise the red flag of suspicion about the presence of genital lesions, Dr. Roy S. Rogers III said at the Pacific Northwest Dermatological annual scientific meeting.
Skin Barrier Function Repair Is the Next Step in Atopic Dermatitis Treatment
Perşembe, 09 Kasım 2006
Treatment of atopic dermatitis in pediatric patients is shifting from symptom control to repair of the skin barrier function, Dr. Rebecca Lynn Smith said at a meeting of Skin Disease Education Foundation.
Patch Test Data Often Useful in Lichenoid Contact Stomatitis
Pazartesi, 30 Ekim 2006
Patch testing should precede the removal and replacement of dental metals for lichenoid contact stomatitis, even though it is not 100% accurate in identifying which patients will benefit from the expensive replacement procedure, Dr. Roy Rogers III said at the annual meeting of the Pacific Northwest Dermatological Society.
Stress Affects Psoriasis in Most Patients
Cuma, 27 Ekim 2006
There is mounting evidence that stress and the way in which patients with psoriasis view themselves or perceive themselves to be seen affects the way that they respond to treatment, Dr. Christopher Griffiths said at a dermatology symposium sponsored by Cornell University.
Intermittent Griseofulvin Effective in Tinea Capitis
Perşembe, 26 Ekim 2006
A weekly high-dose regimen of griseofulvin was as effective as a daily low-dose regimen in clearing tinea capitis in a randomized, single-blind study, Dr. Sandra Pather reported at the annual meeting of the British Association of Dermatologists.
Systemic Antifungals Miss Root of Chronic Paronychia
Çarşamba, 25 Ekim 2006
Chronic paronychia is a variety of contact dermatitis that affects the proximal nail fold, so treating it with systemic antifungals is not useful, Dr. Antonella Tosti said at the annual conference of the Canadian Dermatology Association.
Improved Midterm Survival Seen in Lupus Patients
Pazartesi, 23 Ekim 2006
Short- and midterm survival among patients with systemic lupus erythematosus has improved markedly over the last 3 decades, but survival at 15 years and beyond remains poor, especially in patients with severe disease, Dr. Andrea Doria reported at the annual European Congress of Rheumatology.
Routine Histology Helps to Detect Amelanotic Melanoma
Pazar, 22 Ekim 2006
The diagnosis of truly amelanotic melanoma is rarely suspected by dermatologists inasmuch as the clinical appearance, because of faintness of pigmentation, doesn't fit neatly into the categories by which most melanomas are identified, Dr. Shane Meehan said at a dermatology conference sponsored by New York University.
Patient Age May Indicate Basal Cell Nevus Syndrome
Pazar, 15 Ekim 2006
Basal cell carcinomas favor sun-exposed areas in individuals with basal cell carcinoma nevus syndrome, but lesions also occur in non-sun-exposed sites, especially in patients with a large number of prior lesions, Dr. Wynnis L. Tom said in a poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Pediatric Dermatology.
Atopiclair Eases Mild to Moderate Atopic Dermatitis
Çarşamba, 18 Ekim 2006
Monotherapy with Atopiclair nonsteroidal cream quickly and effectively improves disease severity and itch in patients with mild to moderate atopic dermatitis, a multicenter study has shown.
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