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I had my first jaw dropping patient last week. You know, working
in cardiology, you see a lot of the same thing. Acute coronary syndrome, atrial
fib, heart failure...Turn 'em and burn 'em, that's my motto. Thursday, I had my
first patient that I was completely side-bombed over.
That day, an 86-year-old female presented to the ED for ...
There are several presentations for patients who have or believe they have ''bugs'' in or on their skin. There are the haves, have nots and the ''I know I have it and I brought proof but have nots.'' The haves are easy to diagnose. The most common of these are lice, scabies, ticks, bed bugs and the occasional erythema migracans.
The have nots ...
Whether you currently have acne or have suffered from
acne in the past, one thing we know for sure is that acne changes our
skin. This includes dark spots, red spots and indentations that remain
well after acne lesions have cleared. Exactly how this is treated is a
common concern of patients. Whether you work in internal ...
As the universities and secondary schools are
preparing for spring break, it is important that we are educated and educate
our young patients on the dangers of ultraviolet exposure. I am going to focus
this blog more specifically towards the use of tanning beds.
As a dermatology specialist and a parent, I find it
unconscionable that ...
Above, a 75-year-old patient with stage 4 metastatic melanoma. He came to us after a staged excision and graft. The black dots are new satellite nodal mets.
Above, metastatic satellite lesions on the scalp of the same patient. He had the original
scalp lesion treated numerous times with LN2. The lesion continued to be
treated with LN2 ...
If you have been around medicine long enough and seen enough patients with rashes then you have probably heard the term ''creeping crud.'' It is often used by older patients to describe a rash that appears to be spreading or moving to other areas of the body. In most cases, these rashes are not actually creeping or moving. They are one of the ...
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spots may include:
hyperpigmentation (due to
inflammation or trauma to the skin from acne)
common cause of brown spots or age spots on the face, chest, arms and hands is
sun exposure. Melanocytes produce melanin to protect the skin from the ...
Was it losing weight?
Spending more time with your family? Dragging your body to the gym? Reading
more books? When's the last year you set a new year's resolution? And how far did
you get before you broke it? And why are you so discouraged about trying again
We students in the
medical field are required to study behavior change ...
The skin around the eyes is one of the first places that
reveal a person's age. The delicate skin under the eyes that contains less
subcutaneous fat becomes thinner with age. The unsightly age-related changes
include dark circles, ''bags'' or swelling and puffiness, crepy skin under the
eyes and ''crows' feet.'' Patients often complain that ...