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Dr Michael Tam applies a critical eye in his monthly Examining the Evidence column...
Read the latest case study in our What Lies Beneath column.
First, the recommendation ‘use sparingly’ is nonsensical and has no value.
Machines don’t make the same errors as humans when it comes to decisions based on visual analysis.
Skin Deep: The patient had a history of severe atop eczema.
Is this a new, cost-effective way of reducing the burden of atopic dermatitis?
A new case from our monthly What Lies Beneath column.
Pitted keratolysis is a skin disorder that usually affects the pressure-bearing aspects of the plantar surface of...
* Correction: Raised lesions should not be just monitored, they should be biopsied.
Explainer: Biologic agents have revolutionised the treatment of metastatic melanoma, putting a new...
It's good to say 'I don't know', writes Dr Cliff Rosendahl and Dr Lynda...
Dr Andrew Montanari shares a tip from a savvy patient.
What Lies Beneath: A lesion's history can lead to a life-saving diagnosis.
Put a sock on it, suggests Dr Janet Tsang.
Dr Janet Tsang has a handy workaround to avoid staining patients' clothes.
Dermatologist Dr Christopher Quirk writes in with a thrifty tip...
Dr Andrew Montanari nails it with this tip.
Dr Michael Rice gets out the cling wrap.
Opinion: The time dedicated to dermatology training does not reflect its importance.
He claims the statistics are misleading.
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