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Peter J. Franks, PhD; Christine J. Moffatt, PhD, RN

Lymphedema is a chronic, progressive, debilitating condition. An estimated 100 000 people in the United Kingdom with lymphedema are cared for by health care professionals and, by extrapolation, 5 times that number in the United States.1 It is likely that there may be many more people who do ...

Aaron J. Blashill, PhD; Sherry Pagoto, PhD

In this issue of JAMA Dermatology, Mansh and colleagues1 report results from the first known study to examine the prevalence of skin cancer in sexual minorities. The authors leveraged large US-representative and California-representative epidemiological databases to explore self-reported diagnoses of skin cancer and use of indoor ...

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Pinar Karaca-Mandic, PhD; Alan T. Hirsch, MD; Stanley G. Rockson, MD; Sheila H. Ridner, PhD, RN

Importance  The prevalence and clinical burden of lymphedema is known to be increasing. Nevertheless, evidence-based comparative effectiveness data regarding lymphedema therapeutic interventions have been poor.

Objective  To examine the impact of an advanced pneumatic compression device (APCD) on cutaneous and other clinical outcomes and health economic ...

Editorial: Intermittent Pneumatic Compression Devices in Lymphedema Management; Peter J. Franks, PhD; Christine J. Moffatt, PhD, RN
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Matthew Mansh, MD; Kenneth A. Katz, MD, MSc, MSCE; Eleni Linos, MD, DrPH; Mary-Margaret Chren, MD; Sarah Arron, MD, PhD
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Importance  Skin cancer, the most common cancer in the United States, is highly associated with outdoor and indoor tanning behaviors. Although indoor tanning has been suggested to be more common among sexual minority (self-reported as homosexual, gay, or bisexual) men compared with heterosexual men, whether rates of ...

Editorial: Skin Cancer Risk in Gay and Bisexual Men; Aaron J. Blashill, PhD; Sherry Pagoto, PhD
Research Letter 
Thomas Hubiche, MD; Laure Valério, MD; Franck Boralevi, MD, PhD; Emmanuel Mahe, MD; Christine Bodemer Skandalis, MD, PhD; Alice Phan, MD, PhD; Pascal del Giudice, MD; for the Research Group of the French Society of Pediatric Dermatology (Groupe de Recherche de la Société Française de Dermatologie Pédiatrique)

This cross-sectional study assesses the utility of patient-obtained photographs of skin lesions for diagnosis and treatment among patients in 21 dermatology practices.

Research Letter 
Wilmarie Cidre Serrano, BA; Mary-Margaret Chren, MD; Jack S. Resneck Jr, MD; Nepheli N. Aji; Sherry Pagoto, PhD; Eleni Linos, MD, DrPH

This Viewpoint discusses Google’s unique opportunity to transmit targeted public health information to a large audience through advertisements that appear alongside search results.

Ander Mayor-Ibarguren, MD; María Concepción Roldán-Puchalt, MD; Cristina Gómez-Fernández, MD; Fátima Albízuri-Prado, MD; Cristina Álvarez-Escola, MD

This case report describes a patient with subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus induced by mitotane.

Original Investigation 
Brittney A. Hultgren, MS; Rob Turrisi, PhD; Kimberly A. Mallett, PhD; Sarah Ackerman, MS; June K. Robinson, MD
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Importance  Melanoma has a high survival rate if it is detected early. Training patients with early-stage melanoma who are at risk of developing new melanomas to perform skin self-examination (SSE) may improve survival.

Objective  To examine for whom the intervention works best in a sample composed ...

Original Investigation 
Brandon E. Cohen, BS; Kathryn J. Martires, MD; Roger S. Ho, MD, MS, MPH
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Importance  Psoriasis is a risk factor for depression. Depression may also trigger or exacerbate psoriasis. The relationship between psoriasis and depression, however, remains to be fully explored.

Objective  To investigate the association between psoriasis and major depression in the US population.

Design, Setting, and Participants  ...

Case Report/Case Series 
Young H. Lim, BS; Ian D. Odell, MD, PhD; Christine J. Ko, MD; Keith A. Choate, MD, PhD
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Importance  Inhibition of angiogenesis is an effective anticancer strategy because neoplasms require a rich blood supply. Ramucirumab, approved by the US Food and Drug Administration in 2014 to treat gastric adenocarcinomas and non–small cell lung carcinomas, targets vascular endothelial growth factor 2 (VEGFR2). We identified a patient ...

Anne Lynn S. Chang, MD; Jinah Kim, MD, PhD; Richard Luciano, NP; Loretta Sullivan-Chang, MD; Alexander D. Colevas, MD

This case report describes the successful treatment of unresectable cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma with pembrolizumab, a programmed cell death protein 1 inhibitor.

Sara Fardin, MD; Saeid Gholami, MD; Sara Samimi, MD; Alain H. Rook, MD; Abass Alavi, MD, MD (Hon), PhD (Hon), DSc (Hon)

This report of 2 cases illustrates how global positron emission tomographic assessment may be used to determine the extent of T-cell lymphoma and its response to treatment soon after treatment.

Dominique C. Pichard, MD; Adela R. Cardones, MD; Emily Y. Chu, MD, PhD; William L. Dahut, MD; Heidi H. Kong, MD, MHSc

This case report describes a sorafenib-induced eruption mimicking erythema multiforme in an older man.

Case Report/Case Series 
Allison L. Goddard, MD; Ruth Ann Vleugels, MD, MPH; Nicole R. LeBoeuf, MD, MPH; Desmond A. O’Farrell, MSc, DABR; Robert A. Cormack, PhD; Jorgen L. Hansen, MS; Thomas S. Kupper, MD; Phillip M. Devlin, MD

Importance  Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (CTCL) of the hands and feet can be challenging to treat and cause significant disability for patients. Although CTCL is a highly radiosensitive tumor, the complex topography of acral surfaces presents challenges to achieving homogeneous superficial dosing of traditional electron beam therapy. In ...

Editor's Note: Difference in the Use of Terms for Brachytherapy; June K. Robinson, MD

It is important to recognize the difference between isotope-based, surface-mold brachytherapy used in treating cases of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma and electronic surface brachytherapy (EBT), which shares the same initials as electron beam therapy. Electron beam therapy uses electrons and a linear accelerator, whereas surface-mold brachytherapy (used in this ...

JAMA Dermatology Clinicopathological Challenge 
Despoina Papathemeli, MD; Klaus Mohnike, MD; Andreas Ambach, MD

A 6-month-old daughter of nonconsanguineous parents was seen with multiple polycyclic dark to less dark brown, partly livid shimmering macules, which covered large areas of the back, neck, buttocks, and lower extremities. New lesions had appeared during the past weeks on the shoulders. What Is Your Diagnosis?

Research Letter 
Ana Batalla, MD; Eliecer Coto, PhD; Pablo Coto-Segura, MD, PhD

This observational study sought to determine whether FCGR2A and FCGR3A single-nucleotide polymorphisms were associated with the response to biological treatment of psoriasis in a Spanish cohort.

Michael S. Stevens, BSc, PT, MD; Shachar Sade, MD, MSc, FRCPC; Scott Walsh, MD, PhD, FRCPC, DABD

This case report describes the occurrence of facial papules in a patient with long-term cystinosis.

Richard Glogau, MD; Brian Biesman, MD; Michael Kane, MD

This Viewpoint describes a draft guidance by the US Food and Drug Administration regarding aesthetic outcomes of botulinum toxin use but notes that some measures outlined might lead to overtreatment and poorly reflect contemporary aesthetic practices.

Original Investigation 
Santanu K. Datta, PhD, MBA; Erin M. Warshaw, MD, MS; Karen E. Edison, MD; Kush Kapur, PhD; Lizy Thottapurathu, MS; Thomas E. Moritz, MS; Domenic J. Reda, PhD; John D. Whited, MD, MHS
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Importance  The costs and utility of teledermatology are important features of implementation. Such an analysis requires a description of the perspective of the entity that will bear the cost.

Objective  To assess the costs and utility of a store-and-forward teledermatology referral process compared with a conventional ...

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