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Healthcare Utilization in US Adults With Eczema

This population epidemiology study uses national survey data to characterize healthcare utilization, patients costs, and access to care among US adults with eczema.

First Step of the 2-Step Dermoscopy Algorithm

This cross-sectional study characterizes the diagnostic accuracy of the 2-step dermoscopy algorithm as a means to guide decisions about the need to biopsy a skin lesion.

Rapamycin for Hypomelanotic Macules in Tuberous Sclerosis

This case series describes the effects of topical rapamycin on hypomelanotic macules in patients with tuberous sclerosis complex.

Type VII Collagen Autoantibodies Before Bullous SLE Onset

This case report describes a patient with bullous systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) who had detectable anti–type VII collagen autoantibodies in a blood sample obtained prior to clinical appearance of bullous SLE.

ENT Lesions in Stevens-Johnson Syndrome/Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis

This case series characterizes ear, nose, and throat lesions among patients with acute Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis who underwent full ENT workup at referral care center.

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Conflicting Dermoscopic Criteria in a Suspicious Lesion

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pyoderma gangrenosum In this month's Patient Information Page, we discuss some of the varied presentations of atopic dermatitis on patients with different skin types; atopic dermatitis is a common skin condition, but one which may present differently at different ages and in patients of different ethnic backgrounds. This patient information page aims to highlight those clinical features and provide up-to-date information on skin care for atopic dermatitis in all groups.

JAMA Dermatology Patient Page Collection

Past JAMA Dermatology Patient Pages are available here. Topics include bullous pemphigoid, basal cell carcinoma, morphea (localized scleroderma), squamous cell carcinoma, cutaneous lupus erythematosus, and more.

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