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In this resident takeover of the podcast, three dermatology residents—Dr. Elisabeth Tracey, Dr. Julie Croley, and Dr. Daniel Mazori—discuss how to talk with patients about hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) myths, tobacco use, and weight loss. They also provide strategies for managing flares and weigh medical vs. surgical treatment of HS.
We bring you the latest in dermatology news and research:
1. Atopic dermatitis in egg-, milk-allergic kids may up anaphylaxis risk
Egg- and milk-allergic patients with atopic dermatitis had more incidents of anaphylaxis; no impact seen in cases of peanut allergies.
2: iPLEDGE vexes dermatologists treating transgender patients
In a survey, half of dermatologists report uncertainties when registering transgender patients in iPLEDGE.
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Hosts: Elizabeth Mechcatie, Terry Rudd
Guests: Elisabeth (Libby) Tracey, MD (Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Ohio); Julie Ann Amthor Croley, MD (The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston); Daniel R. Mazori, MD (State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn)
Show notes by: Jason Orszt, Melissa Sears, Elizabeth Mechcatie
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