December 1, 2018 Issue

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Hot Topics at a Glance

AARS Event

  • Save the Date: 14th Annual AARS Reception, Friday, March 1, 2019 6P – 9PM, Washington, DC

Industry News

  • Sarecycline approved for moderate-to-severe acne.
  • HintMD launches medical-grade skincare subscriptions.

New Medical News

  • Potassium iodide for cutaneous inflammatory disorders: A monocentric, retrospective study. 
  • Apremilast for moderate hidradenitis suppurativa: no significant change in lesional skin inflammatory biomarkers. 
  • Evaluation of medical and surgical treatments for hidradenitis suppurativa using real-life data from the Scandinavian registry (HISREG).
  • In vitro antioxidant and anti-propionibacterium acnes activities of cold water, hot water, and methanol extracts, and their respective ethyl acetate fractions, from sanguisorba officinalis l. roots. 
  • Design, preparation and evaluation of liposomal gel formulations for treatment of acne: In vitro and in vivo studies. 
  • Topical tazarotene gel, 0.1%, as a novel treatment approach for atrophic postacne scars: A randomized active-controlled clinical trial. 
  • Transconjugation of erm(X) conferring high-level resistance of clindamycin for cutibacterium acnes,
  • Survey of acne-related post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation in the Middle East. 
  • Alpha- and gamma-mangostins exhibit anti-acne activities via multiple mechanisms. 
  • Development of rifampicin-indocyanine green-loaded perfluorocarbon nanodroplets for photo-chemo-probiotic antimicrobial therapy. 
  • Potential applications of topical oxygen therapy in dermatology. 
  • Negative pressure wound therapy with instillation and dwell time in the surgical management of severe hidradenitis suppurativa. 

Clinical Reviews

  • Guselkumab in the treatment of severe hidradenitis suppurativa. 
  • Rifampin alone may be enough. Is it time to abandon the classic oral clindamycin - rifampicin combination for hidradenitis suppurativa? 
  • Long-term clinical safety of clindamycin and rifampicin combination for the treatment of hidradenitis suppurativa: strategy to reduce side effects, improving patients' compliance. 
  • Complement, hidradenitis suppurativa and pathogen-driven positive selection. 
  • Failure of tocilizumab in treating two patients with refractory SAPHO syndrome: a case report. 
  • New concepts, concerns, and creations in acne. 
  • Comorbidities in dermatology: What's real and what's not.
  • Botulinum toxin injections may improve scarring. 
  • A dermatological questionnaire for general practitioners with a focus on hidradenitis suppurativa. 

Patient Counseling/Communication

  • Using Google to trend patient interest in botulinum toxin and hyaluronic acid fillers. 

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