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Stay current on medical, surgical, and aesthetic dermatology developments with Dermatology Weekly, a podcast featuring news relevant to the practice of dermatology, and peer-to-peer interviews with Doctor Vincent A. DeLeo, who interviews physician authors from Cutis on topics such as psoriasis, skin cancer, atopic dermatitis, hair and nail disorders, cosmetic procedures, environmental dermatology, contact dermatitis, pigmentation disorders, acne, rosacea, alopecia, practice management, and more. Plus, resident discussions geared toward physicians in-training. Subscribe now. The information in this podcast is provided for informational and educational purposes only.

Stay current on medical, surgical, and aesthetic dermatology developments with Dermatology Weekly, a podcast featuring news relevant to the practice of dermatology, and peer-to-peer interviews with Doctor Vincent A. DeLeo, who interviews physician authors from Cutis on topics such as psoriasis, skin cancer, atopic dermatitis, hair and nail disorders, cosmetic procedures, environmental dermatology, contact dermatitis, pigmentation disorders, acne, rosacea, alopecia, practice management, and more. Plus, resident discussions geared toward physicians in-training. Subscribe now. The information in this podcast is provided for informational and educational purposes only.

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Stay current on medical, surgical, and aesthetic dermatology developments with Dermatology Weekly, a podcast featuring news relevant to the practice of dermatology, and peer-to-peer interviews with Doctor Vincent A. DeLeo, who interviews physician authors from Cutis on topics such as psoriasis, skin cancer, atopic dermatitis, hair and nail disorders, cosmetic procedures, environmental dermatology, contact dermatitis, pigmentation disorders, acne, rosacea, alopecia, practice management, and more. Plus, resident discussions geared toward physicians in-training. Subscribe now. The information in this podcast is provided for informational and educational purposes only.

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English

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Episodes

Acne treatment lessons learned from the military, plus new psoriasis guidelines and biologics delaying psoriatic arthritis

8/6/2020
Military dermatologists play a unique role in managing acne because they need to consider the medical readiness of servicemembers during treatment. Dr. Justin Bandino, president of the Association of Military Dermatologists, talks to Dr. Catherine Brahe and Dr. Kristopher Peters about avoiding antibiotics or systemic drugs that can limit a servicemember’s operational duty status, which can be applied to civilian health care to help slow the spread of antibiotic resistance. They highlight...

Duration:00:25:59

Immunotherapy for Paget disease: A conversation - Plus, more sunburns for Americans, and a new dermatologic clue for COVID-19

7/30/2020
Unlike most other cutaneous neoplasms, extramammary Paget disease (EMPD) manifests as a chronic erythematous patch. In this resident takeover, Dr. Daniel Mazori talks to Dr. Mohammed Dany about the diagnosis of primary vs secondary EMPD and the importance of screening patients for metastasis or other underlying malignancies. They also discuss the pathogenesis of EMPD and highlight future treatment targets. “The best studies that show potential are the studies focusing on PD-1 [programmed...

Duration:00:28:56

Dermatology residency during a pandemic, plus the past, future, and current state of ID Dermatology

7/23/2020
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Dermatology News, we are looking back at how the field has changed since that first issue in January 1970. The focus in episode 73 is infectious disease. There’s a lot to be grateful for but there are also challenges like antibiotic resistance that weren’t on the radar of dermatologists decades ago. In this episode, Nick Andrews welcomes Theodore Rosen, MD, to discuss the past, future, and current state of ID Dermatology. You can read more about the...

Duration:00:54:54

Nemolizumab for atopic dermatitis, 1/3 of older Americans get shingles vaccine, and racial diversity in dermatology training ency

7/16/2020
Dermatology residents must be knowledgeable about dermatologic conditions presenting in patients of various ethnic backgrounds. Dr. Vincent DeLeo talks to Drs. Abigail Cline, Susan Taylor, and Amy McMichael about improving and expanding multiethnic training in dermatology residency. “Now that I’m in residency, it has become very clear how different presentations in skin of color can be, and I can really see the importance of proper training in a racially diverse population,” says Dr. Cline....

Duration:00:27:16

Nutrient deficiencies & skin disease, plus Republicans and Democrats agree on masks, and adding dermatology to oncology clinics pays off

7/9/2020
Nutrient deficiencies present clinically in the skin, hair, and nails. Dr. Vincent DeLeo talks to Dr. Bridget Shields about the dermatologist’s role in managing nutritional dermatoses in hospitalized patients. “As dermatologists, we’re trained to recognize subtle detail, and we may be the first or really the only physicians to pick up on the seemingly minor cutaneous manifestations of underlying nutritional disease,” Dr. Shields explains. She highlights key nutrient deficiencies and risk...

Duration:00:24:51

COVID skin patterns vary, classification criteria for discoid lupus, and phase 3 COVID vaccine trials coming, plus top peer-to-peer interviews of 2020

7/2/2020
This week in Dermatology News: Skin patterns of COVID-19 vary widely First validated classification criteria for discord lupus erythematosus unveiled Phase 3 COVID-19 vaccine trials launching in July Dr. Vincent DeLeo counts down the top downloaded peer-to-peer interviews of Dermatology Weekly in 2020. So far this year, Dr. DeLeo and his colleagues have covered a diverse group of topics impacting the way dermatologists practice medicine, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic—from the...

Duration:00:33:49

Urban African Americans have varied dermatologist access, more vulvar melanoma for women, and Derm residents talk compounding medications

6/25/2020
Compounding medications allows physicians to customize formulations for individual patients. In this resident takeover, Daniel R. Mazori, MD, talks to Nadine Shabeeb, MD, MPH, about compounding topicals in dermatology. They discuss clinical scenarios in which these treatments may be warranted as well as potential drug combinations. “What’s cool about compounding for [conditions such as acne, rosacea, and hyperpigmentation] is that there are oftentimes multiple etiologies that lead to...

Duration:00:19:29

High-fat, high-sugar diet may promote adult acne; and actinic keratosis clearance: A conversation on photodynamic therapy combo

6/18/2020
Photodynamic therapy (PDT) has become a preferred treatment of field cancerization. Dr. Vincent DeLeo talks to Dr. Martin Miller about results from a split-sided study evaluating the efficacy of CO2 laser ablative fractional resurfacing pretreatment followed by conventional PDT for treatment of actinic keratoses (AKs). They discuss the clinical benefits of PDT for treatment of AKs as well as future directions for this combination therapy for nonmelanoma skin cancers. * * * We also bring...

Duration:00:18:42

Should docs wear masks at home? Plus biologics and melanoma risk, full-body exam anxiety, and atopic dermatitis linked with neuropsych

6/11/2020
Full-body skin examinations (FBSEs) are routine in dermatology practice but can create anxiety for some patients. Dr. Vincent DeLeo talks to Dr. Atieh Jibbe about reducing patient anxiety caused by FBSEs based on results from a patient questionnaire. They discuss factors that may contribute to patient anxiety and common body areas that patients prefer to exclude from FBSEs. They also provide tips for residents in training. “If you walk a patient through the exam as you’re doing it, it makes...

Duration:00:18:36

Picosecond laser predictions; wildfires and atopic dermatitis; and protecting your mental health: Psychiatry-Dermatology crossover

6/4/2020
Physicians face unique challenges with regard to mental health but often are resistant to seeking professional treatment. In this special crossover episode, Guest Host Dr. Candrice Heath (@drcandriceheath) talks with Dr. Lorenzo Norris from the MDedge podcast Psychcast and psychiatrist Dr. Nicole Washington (@drnicolepsych) about common stressors and mental health conditions they encounter when treating the physician population. They discuss how dermatologists can evaluate and protect their...

Duration:00:36:16

New rosacea guidelines, dermatology compensation report, and are your patients choosing the right OTC topicals?

5/28/2020
Patients may be relying more on over-the-counter (OTC) skin care products during the current health crisis due to limited access to dermatologists. In this resident takeover, Dr. Daniel Mazori talks to Dr. Sophie Greenberg about selection of OTC topicals to avoid potential adverse effects. “I started looking into regulation and safety data and realized there’s a gap in formal treating on this topic, so I wanted to provide a guide to residents so they can be adequately informed,” Dr....

Duration:00:23:46

Grand Rounds from the patient’s perspective

5/21/2020
In the news portion of episode 64, Nick Andrews welcome Dr. Amy Paller, MD, to discuss the different dermatologic manifestations of COVID-19 especially as it pertains to pediatric patients. * * * Grand Rounds are not only a teaching opportunity but also a vital patient care activity. Dr. Vincent DeLeo talks to Dr. William Huang about results of a study that surveyed how patients perceive clinical case-viewing sessions in dermatology. “I think we can easily lose track of [the patient’s...

Duration:00:17:48

Teledermatology during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond

5/14/2020
How is dermatology handling this change in practice toward telehealth? Guest host Dr. Candrice Heath talks with Dr. George Han about how dermatologists can adapt their clinical practice to conduct quality teledermatology visits with their patients. “Last year ... I think overall in the health system we probably had about 2,000-3,000 telehealth visits ... by the end of March [this year], I think the numbers I saw [were] around 30,000, so it’s absolutely just kind of been a huge change in the...

Duration:00:37:14

How accurate are dermatologists' COI disclosures? Plus, private equity in dermatology

5/7/2020
Transparency about industry-supported interactions among physicians was the goal of the online Open Payments database created by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Dr. Vincent DeLeo talks to Dr. Allen F. Shih about a retrospective review of how accurately dermatologists presenting at a major medical meeting disclosed industry conflicts of interest, compared with the OP database. They discuss possible reasons for data discrepancies and provide tips for dermatologists to ensure...

Duration:00:21:04

Consider Muir-Torre syndrome with sebaceous tumors; plus the latest on COVID-19 in dermatology

4/30/2020
Dermatologists play an important role in disease management for patients with Muir-Torre syndrome (MTS). In this resident takeover, Dr. Daniel Mazori talks to Dr. Mohammed Dany about the pathogenesis of MTS and its associated malignancies. “We are the ones who usually make the diagnosis, and we should know that these patients are at risk for developing several visceral malignancies and thus require screening,” Dr. Dany explained. They also review diagnostic clues and tools for...

Duration:00:32:46

Hair care products for African American women during COVID-19

4/23/2020
Hosts of the dermatology podcast Dermasphere, Luke Johnson, MD, and Michelle Tarbox, MD, join MDedge host Nick Andrews to talk about COVID-19 and dermatology as well as how their podcast works. Dr. Johnson is assistant professor of dermatology at the University of Utah School of Medicine in Salt Lake City, and Dr. Tarbox is assistant professor of dermatology at Texas Tech University Health Science Center in Lubbock. You can find Dermasphere on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and...

Duration:00:37:18

COVID-19: What Now? And are nail biopsy videos on YouTube reliable?

4/16/2020
Patients, medical students, residents, and even attendings often seek reliable information about nail biopsy procedures on the Internet. Dr. Vincent DeLeo talks with Dr. Shari Lipner about the quality and credibility of nail biopsy videos on YouTube. “There is a need for reliable information for dermatologists and students and residents to learn more about this, and I do think we have the resources to put together a good instructional video,” Dr. Lipner says. * * * We also bring you the...

Duration:00:16:42

Pandemic skin care plus body lice management

4/9/2020
Body lice present an important public health concern due to the potential spread of infectious diseases. Dr. Vincent DeLeo talks with Dr. Dirk Elston about how to identify and manage human body lice infestations. * * * We also bring you the latest in dermatology news and research: 1. Skin manifestations are emerging in the coronavirus pandemic 2. NCCN panel: Defer nonurgent skin cancer care during pandemic 3. iPLEDGE allows at-home pregnancy tests during pandemic * * * Key...

Duration:00:18:52

Bonus: COVID-19 critical-care lessons from Seattle

4/7/2020
As the nation’s health care system braces for COVID-19 cases, physicians who’ve faced the pandemic first have critical lessons for everyone. In this bonus episode of Dermatology Weekly, two Seattle-area critical care leaders explain how their medical centers are preparing for and responding to their region’s early outbreaks. And they share some creative approaches that are uniting Seattle’s critical care departments.

Duration:00:26:06

Should psoriasis patients continue biologics during the COVID-19 pandemic? Plus CMS implements changes to aid the COVID-19 response

4/2/2020
Patients with severe psoriasis may be at higher risk for infection because of increased inflammation in the body. Dr. Lawrence Green discusses how to counsel patients who are taking biologics to control their psoriasis during the COVID-19 pandemic. “What I recommend [is to] stay on your biologic as long as you can unless you have exposure [or] you start to feel feverish,” Dr. Green advises. * * * We also bring you the latest in dermatology news and research: 1. CMS implements temporary...

Duration:00:12:49