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Nicole Fett, MD, MSCE

This case report describes the management of antiplatelet allergy after cardiac stenting.

Aaron M. Drucker, MD; Annie R. Wang, MD; Abrar A. Qureshi, MD

This Viewpoint summarizes the research gaps identified by a National Eczema Association review of the atopic dermatitis literature on quality of life and economic burden of disease.

Original Investigation  Open Access
Sarita Sanke, MD; Ram Chander, MD; Anju Jain, MD; Taru Garg, MD; Pravesh Yadav, MD

Importance  Early androgenetic alopecia (AGA) is patterned hair loss occurring before age 30 years. Early AGA in men is frequently reported as the phenotypic equivalent of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) in women, which carries the risk of developing obesity, metabolic syndrome, and cardiovascular diseases. Very few studies ...

Original Investigation 
Ava Socik, BA; Autumn Burnes, BA; Arthur R. Rhodes, MD, MPH
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Importance  The presence of numerous melanocytic nevi is a significant melanoma risk factor, but there are scant data related to prevalence and morphologic features of melanocytic nevi in the perianal area. The prognosis of perianal melanoma is often dismal because of hidden location and diagnosis delay.


Research Letter 
Joslyn S. Kirby, MD, MS, MEd; Mia Sisic, MA; Jerry Tan, MD

This qualitative study examines coping styles of patients diagnosed with hidradenitis suppurativa.

Jon D. Emery, MA, MBBCh, DPhil; Juliet A. Usher-Smith, MA, MB BChir, MPhil, PhD; Fiona M. Walter, MA, MB BChir, MSc, MD

The incidence of cutaneous melanoma is growing worldwide; age-adjusted incidence rates have been increasing in most fair-skinned populations for several decades. In the United States, 150 000 cases per year are projected by 2030.1 Although melanoma has relatively good survival rates, it remains a major cause of cancer ...

Original Investigation 
Kylie Vuong, MBBS, MIPH, FRACGP; Bruce K. Armstrong, MBBS (Hons), PhD, FAFPHM; Elisabete Weiderpass, MD, MSc, PhD; Eiliv Lund, PhD; Hans-Olov Adami, PhD; Marit B. Veierod, PhD; Jennifer H. Barrett, PhD; John R. Davies, PhD; D. Timothy Bishop, PhD; David C. Whiteman, MBBS(Hons), PhD; Catherine M. Olsen, PhD; John L. Hopper, PhD; Graham J. Mann, PhD; Anne E. Cust, MPH(Hons), PhD; Kevin McGeechan, PhD; and the Australian Melanoma Family Study Investigators
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Importance  Identifying individuals at high risk of melanoma can optimize primary and secondary prevention strategies.

Objective  To develop and externally validate a risk prediction model for incident first-primary cutaneous melanoma using self-assessed risk factors.

Design, Setting, and Participants  We used unconditional logistic regression to develop ...

Editorial: Predicting the Risk of Melanoma; Jon D. Emery, MA, MBBCh, DPhil; Juliet A. Usher-Smith, MA, MB BChir, MPhil, PhD; Fiona M. Walter, MA, MB BChir, MSc, MD
Original Investigation 
Suzanne van Santen, MD; Rachel E. J. Roach, MD, PhD; Remco van Doorn, MD, PhD; Barbara Horváth, MD, PhD; Marjolein S. Bruijn, MD, PhD; Cornelus J. G. Sanders, MD; Jacco C. de Pooter, MD; Michelle M. van Rossum, MD, PhD; Ellen R. M. de Haas, MD, PhD; Joep C. J. M. Veraart, MD, PhD; Marcel W. Bekkenk, MD, PhD; Maarten H. Vermeer, MD, PhD; Rein Willemze, MD, PhD
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Importance  Large case series suggest that patients with folliculotropic mycosis fungoides (FMF) have a worse prognosis than patients with classic mycosis fungoides (MF). However, recent studies described a subgroup of patients with FMF with a more favorable prognosis. Distinction between indolent and aggressive FMF may have important ...

JAMA Dermatology Clinicopathological Challenge 
Isabella Fried, MD; Michael Buslau, MD; Werner Kempf, MD

A man in his 60s presented with a 2-month history of painful, occasionally pruritic, fixed erythema on the abdomen and a splenic marginal zone lymphoma with bone marrow infiltration. What is your diagnosis?

Drew J. B. Kurtzman, MD; Allen Ho, MD; Natalie A. Wright, MD; Mitchell H. Rubenstein, MD; Ruth Ann Vleugels, MD, MPH

This case report describes the occurrence of unilateral Gottron papules in a patient who had experienced a stroke.

Kenneth A. Katz, MD, MSc, MSCE

This Editorial reviews the new syphilis screening recommendations of the US Preventive Services Task Force as they apply to dermatology.

Original Investigation 
Maressa C. Criscito, BS; Kathryn J. Martires, MD; Jennifer A. Stein, MD, PhD
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Importance  There is limited information regarding the influence of patient demographics, tumor characteristics, and treatment type on the survival of patients with dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans (DFSP).

Objective  To assess prognostic factors and to evaluate the influence of treatment modality on overall survival of patients with DFSP.

Design, ...

Original Investigation 
Joshua D. Fox, MD; Giselle Prado, BS; Katherine L. Baquerizo Nole, MD; Flor Macquahe, MD; Ingrid Herskovitz, MD; Ashley Rosa, MD; Shifa Akhtar, BS; Adam Aldahan, BS; Vidhi Shah, BS; Stephanie Mlacker, BS; Gabriel Cardenas, MPH; Robert S. Kirsner, MD, PhD
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Importance  Patients’ perceptions of their physician can affect subjective and objective outcomes. Physician attire influences patients’ perceptions of their physician and consequently may affect patient outcomes.

Objective  To determine patient preferences for different types of dermatologist attire in dermatology medical, surgical, and wound care clinics. We ...

Original Investigation 
Marcus L. Frohm, MD; Kent A. Griffith, MPH, MS; Kelly L. Harms, MD, PhD; James A. Hayman, MD; Douglas R. Fullen, MD; Christine C. Nelson, MD; Sandra L. Wong, MD; Jennifer L. Schwartz, MD; Christopher K. Bichakjian, MD
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Importance  The use of adjuvant radiation therapy (RT) to the primary site in Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC) is not uncommon. However, the need for adjuvant RT to the primary site in patients at low risk for local recurrence is questionable.

Objectives  To examine the occurrence of ...

JAMA Dermatology Clinicopathological Challenge 
Felipe Partarrieu-Mejías, BS; Fernanda Pérez-Velásquez, MD; Rosario Alarcón-Cabrera, MD

A woman in her 50s had a 12-cm-wide, soft, nontender plaque with a raised, nodular, and slightly desquamative erythematoviolaceous border and a clear, atrophic center with an increase in wrinkle depth on her upper right arm. What is your diagnosis?

Jun Young Seong, MD; Sook Hyun Kong, MD; Yu Sung Choi, MD, PhD; Ho Seok Suh, MD, PhD

This case report describes the occurrence of a necrolytic migratory erythema–like skin lesion after treatment with gefitinib.

Brief Report 
John Charles Rotondo, PhD; Alessandro Borghi, MD; Rita Selvatici, PhD; Eros Magri, DBS; Enzo Bianchini, MD; Elena Montinari, MD; Monica Corazza, MD; Annarosa Virgili, MD; Mauro Tognon, PhD; Fernanda Martini, PhD

Importance  The molecular mechanism leading to the development of vulvar squamous cell carcinoma (VSCC) from vulvar lichen sclerosus (VLS) is unknown.

Objective  To assess the possible involvement of the IRF6 tumor-suppressor gene in the development of VSCC from VLS.

Design  In laboratories at the University ...

JAMA Dermatology Clinicopathological Challenge 
Elaine Kunzler, BS; Joshua Weaver, MD; Christina Cernik, MD

A woman in her 30s presented with a 3-year history of painful nodules on her lower extremities, neck, and jawline; her medical history included seasonal allergies, and she did not take any prescription medications. What is your diagnosis?

Research Letter 
Laura L. Bernet, MD; Matthew A. Lewis, MD; Kerri E. Rieger, MD, PhD; Livia Casciola-Rosen, PhD; David F. Fiorentino, MD, PhD

This study evaluates the clinical and laboratory associations of the ovoid palatal patch, which is often found in patients with dermatomyositis.

Su M. Lwin, MRCP, MBBS, BSc (Hons); Chao-Kai Hsu, MD; James R. McMillan, PhD; Jemima E. Mellerio, MD, FRCP, MBBS, BSc (Hons); John A. McGrath, MD, FRCP, FMedSci

This case report describes the clinical and genetic characteristics of a patient with ichthyosis prematurity syndrome.

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