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Lisette Hilton
Lisette Hilton is president of Words Come Alive, based in Boca Raton, Florida.
Coordinated care lessons in dermatology
Coordinated care is gaining ground in medicine because it helps defragment a fragmented system, says Dr. Lindsay Strowd. Patients with chronic conditions, such as psoriasis, tend to benefit most.
Insights to improve your psoriasis care plan
Knowledge of outcomes data, adverse events may help physicians formulate effective treatment strategies, Dr. April Armstrong says.
Methotrexate outperforms cyclosporine in atopic dermatitis study
The duration of methotrexate administration proves to be longer than that of cyclosporine in atopic dermatitis, according to a small study that compared the two first-line immunosuppressive treatments for atopic dermatitis.
From new vaccines to the advent of new neurotoxins
Physicians weigh in expectations for new developments within all facets of dermatology from pediatric dermatology to dermatopathology.
The experts weigh in on pros and cons of biologics
Access issues due to cost and availability causes disparities in biologics use; cancer risk is minimal and there is much more on the horizon for hidradenitis suppurativa, researchers say at AAD 2018.
The evolution of psoriasis from skin to heart disease
Mounting clinical evidence points to a need for tighter disease control in psoriasis patients, says Dr. Alexander Egeberg.
The best and worst of light therapies for acne
Review shows that research on lasers and other light therapies for acne fails to offer robust evidence on efficacy, say researchers writing in the British Journal of Dermatology.
Aesthetic procedures for female genitalia
Thinking about offering vaginal rejuvenation services? Plastic surgeon Christine A. Hamori, M.D., offers her advice for both surgical and nonsurgical procedures.
Complications in breast augmentation
According to Mitchell Brown, M.D., capsular contracture and implant malposition are two major drivers of re-operation. These are his tips for prevention and management.
4 Barriers (and solutions) to practice success
It’s estimated that only 5% of the people who could be getting cosmetic procedures actually are. That’s according to Steve Dayan, M.D., who identifies four hurdles you need to overcome in order to grow.