Pediatric Dermatology Journal Articles

 
 
  • Topical, Oral, Physical and Combined Treatments for Acne This meta-analysis examined current evidence on a wide range of treatments for acne vulgaris. Which are best for treatment of mild-to-moderate and moderate-to-severe acne?
  • N-acetyl-GED-0507-34-LEVO Gel in Moderate-to Severe Facial Acne This study demonstrates the the effectiveness and safety of a novel topical therapeutic agent for acne vulgaris which targets the nuclear receptor, PPARy, involved in sebum production.
  • Biomarkers of Systemic Treatment Response in Psoriasis This review provides a comprehensive catalog of candidate biomarkers of systemic treatment response in psoriasis.
  • Association of PCOS With Offspring Morbidity PCOS is associated with an increased risk of complications during pregnancy, but what do we know about the impact on offspring morbidity?
  • Chronic Prurigo Review what is currently known about chronic purigo: its epidemiology, pathogenesis, therapeutic targets, and emerging treatments.
  • Dermatologic Disease in Service Members and Mental Health This article explores the relationship between common dermatoses, reduced satisfaction with cutaneous body image, and increased risk for mental illness, self-harm, and suicide in military personnel.
  • Tirbanibulin for the Treatment of Actinic Keratosis Review the pharmacokinetics and a summary of the clinical trials of tirbanibulin 1% ointment, a new topical therapy for actinic keratosis.
  • Severe and Rare Infections Among Adults With Psoriasis This study found that as the severity of psoriasis increases, so does the risk of severe and rare infections.
  • Direct-to-Consumer Teledermatology Growth This paper explores the recent and rapid expansion of direct-to-consumer teledermatology services. What are the risks and benefits of these platforms?
  • An Update on JAK Inhibitors in Skin Disease This paper summarizes recent trials of JAK inhibitors tested in patients with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis, including topical RUX, oral abrocitinib, upadacitinib, and baricitinib.
  • Self-applied Topical Interventions for Melasma Which of the many topical treatment options available for melasma are most effective?
  • Tazarotene Lotion 0.045% for the Treatment of Acne A new formulation of the third generation synthetic retinoid tazarotene improves tolerability and epidermal penetration in the treatment of acne.
  • Views and Beliefs of Vitiligo Patients in Online Forums How are online forums being utilized by patients with vitiligo? This study evaluated the online content exchanged by individuals with vitiligo to gain insight into their attitudes and concerns.
  • Clinical Management of Pregnancy in Women With PCOS Women with PCOS are often at higher risk for adverse pregnancy and birth outcomes. This article provides recommendations for the clinical management of these patients.
  • Long-Term Health Outcomes in Young Women With PCOS A better understanding of the potential long-term impacts of PCOS could help identify those women who are at greater risk for adverse outcomes.
  • JYNNEOS for PreP of Persons at Risk for Orthopoxviruses The ACIP has recommended JYNNEOS over the Vaccinia virus vaccine ACAM2000 for preexposure prophylaxis of individuals with occupational exposure to orthopoxvirus.
  • Salivary Microbiota for Diagnosis of Eosinophilic Esophagitis Might salivary microbiota be an accurate, non-invasive test to differentiate between eosinophilic esophagitis and non-EoE patients?
  • Body Dysmorphia in Common Skin Diseases This study compared the prevalence of body dysmorphic disorder symptoms between patients with different dermatological conditions and healthy skin controls. What factors might contribute to BDD?
  • Dupilumab in Mild to Moderate Asthma Comorbid With CRSwNP Is dupilumab an effective treatment option for asthma patients with chronic sinusitis with nasal polyps? A new study examines the real-life effects.
  • Isotretinoin and Adverse Neuropsychiatric Outcomes Is there an association between isotretinoin treatment and severe neuropsychiatric outcomes such as such as anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, and self-harm? This study addresses the controversy.