Apr 2019
Vol. 103
No. 04

Commentary

Environmental Dermatology

  • Environmental Dermatology

    What’s Eating You? Millipede Burns

    Millipede burns cause localized pigmentary changes that may be associated with pain or burning. Because these burns may resemble child abuse in...

Practical Pearls

  • Practical Pearls

    Hair Loss in Skin of Color Patients

    There are unique nuances when diagnosing, treating, and understanding styling practices leading to hair loss in black patients. Dr. Candrice Heath...

Original Research

  • Original Research

    Nail Irregularities Associated With Sézary Syndrome

    Nail changes are frequently observed in patients with Sézary syndrome (SS). In this retrospective study, the authors reviewed medical records from...

Case Reports

Clinical Review

Tech Talk

Photo Challenge

Dermpath Diagnosis

  • Dermpath Diagnosis

    Unilateral Facial Papules and Plaques

    A 9-year-old boy presented with a slowly progressive lesion of 5 years’ duration affecting only the left side of the face in a dermatomal pattern...

Case Letter

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