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Procedural dermatology training during dermatology residency: a survey of...
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology; Lee EH, Nehal KS et. al.

Oct 4th, 2010 - Given the expanding role of multiple surgical procedures in dermatology, resident training in procedural dermatology must be continually assessed to keep pace with changes in the specialty. We sought to assess the third-year resident experience in procedural dermatology during residency training. This survey study was mailed to third-year dermatology residents at 107...

Frequency of undiagnosed psoriatic arthritis among psoriasis patients in Australian ...
Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venere... Spelman L, Su JC et. al.

Sep 15th, 2015 - Psoriatic arthritis commonly develops in psoriasis patients and, if undiagnosed, can lead to potentially avoidable joint damage and an increased risk of comorbidity and mortality. Increased awareness of PsA symptoms among dermatologists provides an opportunity for earlier diagnosis, more timely therapy and prevention of disability. To provide Australian epidemiological data on the frequency of ...

Measures of psoriatic arthritis: Tender and Swollen Joint Assessment, Psoriasis Area an...
Arthritis Care & Research; Mease PJ

May 24th, 2012 - Measures of psoriatic arthritis: Tender and Swollen Joint Assessment, Psoriasis Area and Severity Index (PASI), Nail Psoriasis Severity Index (NAPSI), Modified Nail Psoriasis Severity Index (mNAPSI), Mander/Newcastle Enthesitis Index (MEI), Leeds Enthesitis Index (LEI), Spondyloarthritis Research Consortium of Canada (SPARCC), Maastricht Ankylosing Spondylitis Enthesis Score (MASES), Leeds Dact...

Forensics in dermatology: part II.
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology; Reddy K, Lowenstein EJ

Apr 18th, 2011 - The evaluation of skin findings is critical in identifying many types of injury, whether self- inflicted or accidentally or intentionally inflicted. Specific causes of injury include homicide, abuse, neglect, assault, self-inflicted injury, suicide, torture, poisoning, and bioterrorism. Forensic findings in hair and nails are also discussed. This overview of dermatologic findings in forensic pa...

Pediatric Dermatology Photoquiz: Refractory Purulent Paronychia in a Young Girl....
Pediatric Dermatology; Oguz Topal I, Duman H et. al.

Jan 13th, 2016 - Pediatric Dermatology Photoquiz: Refractory Purulent Paronychia in a Young Girl. Paronychial cutaneous leishmaniasis.|2016|Oguz Topal I,Duman H,Baz V,Gungor S,Kocaturk E,|therapeutic use,complications,diagnosis,drug therapy,therapeutic use,pathology,therapeutic use,diagnosis,drug therapy,

Pediatric Dermatology Photoquiz: Persistent Lesion of the Thumbnail of a 3-Year-...
Pediatric Dermatology; Brys AK, Bellet JS

Jan 13th, 2016 - Pediatric Dermatology Photoquiz: Persistent Lesion of the Thumbnail of a 3-Year-Old Boy. Lichen striatus.|2016|Brys AK,Bellet JS,|therapeutic use,diagnosis,drug therapy,pathology,pathology,therapeutic use,

Analysis of nail-related content in the basic dermatology curriculum.
Cutis John JJ, Lipner SR

May 22nd, 2019 - Nail conditions are routinely encountered in dermatology clinical practice. Nails have important aesthetic functions, and onychodystrophies may cause pain and difficulties with ambulation and performing activities of daily living. Ideally, accurate diagnosis and optimal treatment of nail disorders are taught as early as medical school and extend into dermatology residency. We soug...

Onychomycosis does not always require systemic treatment for cure: a trial using topica...
Pediatric Dermatology; Friedlander SF, Chan YC et. al.

Jan 2nd, 2013 - Standard teaching dictates that systemic therapy is required for treatment of onychomycosis. It is unknown whether topical antifungal therapy is effective for pediatric nail infections. This prospective, randomized, double-blind, vehicle-controlled study was conducted in the Pediatric Dermatology Research Unit at Rady Children's Hospital to determine whether topical antifungal therapy is...

Proximal nail plate destruction in subungual melanoma could be a possible predictor of ...
The Journal of Dermatology; Kim JY, Kim MB et. al.

Sep 1st, 2017 - Various patterns of nail plate destruction are common features in subungual melanoma (SUM), but there has been no reports regarding their clinical significance according to the pattern of nail plate destruction in terms of tumor thickness. We tried to find a relationship between dermal invasion of SUM and proximal nail plate destruction (PNPD). Clinical information of patients with SUM was revi...

Pigmented squamous cell carcinoma presenting as longitudinal melanonychia in a transpla...
Cutis Serret CA, Wang S et. al.

Jun 12th, 2018 - We report the case of a 62-year-old black man who was on a maintenance immunosuppressive regimen that included mycophenolate mofetil and cyclosporine following renal transplantation 9 years prior. He presented to the dermatology department for evaluation of a pigmented longitudinal streak on the left third finger adjacent to the lateral nail fold that had been present for several months....

Subungual nail bed melanoma masquerading as tinea ungium.
Dermatology Online Journal; Riahi RR, Cohen PR et. al.

Aug 25th, 2018 - Subungual amelanotic melanoma can masquerade as onychomycosis. Recently a man whose amelanotic nail bed melanoma presented as persistent onychodystrophy was reported in the Dermatology Online Journal. The patient had a persistent nail dystrophy; culture and biopsy of the nail demonstrated Candida and dermatophyte infection, respectively. However, he subsequently presented with a nodule t...

Prevalence of Nail Scabies: A French Prospective Multicenter Study.
The Journal of Pediatrics; Chinazzo M, Desoubeaux G et. al.

Mar 26th, 2018 - To assess the prevalence of nail involvement in children

Epidemiologic Analysis of Onychomycosis in the San Diego Pediatric Population.
Pediatric Dermatology; Totri CR, Feldstein S et. al.

Oct 4th, 2016 - Onychomycosis (OM) is thought to be a rare disease in children, although there are few epidemiologic studies. This 3-year retrospective case series of nearly 400 children seen at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego (RCHSD) describes the characteristics of OM found in this pediatric population. From 2011 to 2013, the Pediatric and Adolescent Dermatology Clinic at RCHSD saw a total of 36,63...

Promoting and maintaining or restoring healthy nails: practical recommendations for cli...
Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery; Pariser D, Scher RK et. al.

Oct 25th, 2013 - The American Academy of Dermatology guidelines for managing patients with onychomycosis, published almost 2 decades ago, provide sound, basic recommendations for clinicians. This article provides a quick reference for clinicians and includes a handout for patients to support the health care provider's educational efforts.

Clinical differences between early- and late-onset psoriasis in Thai patients.
International Journal of Dermatology; Chularojanamontri L, Kulthanan K et. al.

Jul 29th, 2014 - There is a paucity of data regarding clinical differences between early-onset psoriasis (EOP) and late-onset psoriasis (LOP) in Asian populations. This study aimed to investigate clinical differences between EOP (onset at the age of

Nail Psoriasis: A Systematic Evaluation in 313 Children with Psoriasis.
Pediatric Dermatology; Pourchot D, Bodemer C et. al.

Nov 22nd, 2016 - Little information is available on the prevalence and clinical aspects of nail involvement in children with psoriasis. The objective of this study was to evaluate the prevalence and clinical aspects of and the risk factors for nail involvement in French children with psoriasis. We performed a multicenter, cross-sectional study in 23 French dermatology centers. All children seen during th...

Pseudo-blue lunula and beyond: a normal variant.
Skinmed Siddiqui Y, Rashid RM

Mar 18th, 2011 - A 12-hour-old newborn was noted by his parents and primary care team to have distinctive blue nail color changes. The blue color extended from the proximal nail bed to the mid-nail bed region. This did not resolve over the next 2 days, and dermatology was consulted. The child was born full term, and he and his mother had no medical history. He had an Apgar score of 9, and regular pulse o...

Longitudinal melanonychia: when to biopsy and is dermoscopy helpful?
Dermatologic Therapy; Adigun CG, Scher RK

Dec 5th, 2012 - Longitudinal melanonychia (LM) is a common presenting problem in general dermatology, and represents a diagnostic challenge to clinicians given its broad differential diagnosis that includes both benign and malignant entities. The decision of when a biopsy is required is incredibly challenging for dermatologists. Dermoscopy is a noninvasive technique that enhances the clinical evaluation...

Diseases mimicking onychomycosis.
Clinics in Dermatology; Allevato MA

Mar 29th, 2010 - The diagnosis of onychodystrophy has increased in dermatology consultation. This could be due to its esthetic effect, pain or disability, physician awareness for detecting the disease in the context of dermatologic or systemic diseases, or a greater incidence. One of the first differential diagnoses that should be considered when an onychodystrophic nail is observed is onychomycosis, whi...

Observer agreement in toenail disorders: implications for diagnosis and clinical research.
The British Journal of Dermatology; Ginarte M, Garcia-Doval I et. al.

Feb 25th, 2009 - Toenail disorders are frequent, especially onychomycosis. The interobserver variability of nail signs needs to be known before these signs can be confidently applied for diagnosis. To describe observer agreement in toenail findings as described by dermatologists in standard clinical practice, focusing on signs that could be useful for diagnosis of onychomycosis. Prospective cross-sectional stud...