Analysis of a large insurance database points to underdiagnosis, especially in younger women and children.
Two case series from Europe describe chilblain-like lesions in children with mild symptoms of COVID-19.
A lesion has been growing on a woman’s chin for 4 years, producing foul-smelling pus once a week. Antibiotics prove ineffective. Can your...
Environmental history exposed the diagnosis.
Teens are more likely to slather on sunscreen if they see manipulated photos depicting their future sun damage.
An antibiotic ointment failed to clear the lesion on the patient’s back. A more detailed history revealed the nodule’s troubling genesis.
More than half of the shampoo products labeled hypoallergenic contained cocamidopropyl betaine.
Investigators saw no increase in hospitalizations versus the general population in New York City.
Should I continue to vaccinate my pediatric population during peak COVID-19?