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Dermatology Times eNews

Dermatology Times eNews


January 25, 2012


Teledermatology improves outcomes, study shows

Davis, Calif. — Use of interactive teledermatology consultations leads to improved clinical outcomes for patients, according to a new study from the University of California, Davis, School of Medicine. » More


Copper socks helped Chilean miners’ foot fungus

Richmond, Va. — The August 2010 Chilean mine collapse that trapped 33 miners underground for 69 days made more news last week for a less dramatic but, for some, still significant reason: a potentially improved treatment for fungal foot infections. » More


Acne risk higher for overweight teen girls

Oslo, Norway — Teenage girls who are obese or overweight are significantly more likely to develop acne than their normal-weight peers, a new Norwegian survey suggests. » More


Find Resources to Help Manage Plaque Psoriasis Effectively

FYI ...



Percentage of changes in diagnosis in patients referred to a teledermatologist

Source: Archives of Dermatology


Melanoma rates drop for most-educated whites

Atlanta — While the overall death rate from melanoma has been declining among whites in recent years, the decline is only significant among the most highly educated sector of that population. » More

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