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Synonyms for dermatologic

of or relating to or practicing dermatology

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"The key recommendation for melanoma patients is that they ought to go on lifetime dermatologic surveillance--'But I'm here to help you, not to hurt you.' We find a lot of patients who are fairly low risk undergoing dermatologic surveillance every 3 months for the rest of their lives.
The investigators then compared the physicians' opinions with an earlier assessment of quality of life and psychological well-being among the institute's dermatologic patients.
For years, dermatologic surgeons have searched for an ideal method for eliminating wrinkles, correcting acne scars and improving aging and sun-damaged skin.
Dermatologic Cosmetic Laboratories (DCL) and its subsidiary Milbar Laboratories produce high-performance, non-prescription formulations for face, hair, body, and sun protection.
Patients diagnosed with pruritus, as indicated by ICD-9-CM codes 698.0-698.9, were 4.6-fold more likely to have a comorbid anxiety disorder than were patients who had other dermatologic diagnoses.
He is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology, American Medical Association, Chicago Society of Dermatology and the Illinois Dermatologic Association.
The most common dermatologic diagnosis--cellulitis made up 83.6% of all hospitalizations--was also the most expensive in terms of readmissions, resulting in $1.9 billion in CY costs, Dr.
Reno, NV, May 22, 2019 --(PR.com)-- The Nevada Society for Dermatology & Dermatologic Surgery (NSDDS) is pleased to announce it is the first state-focused incorporated organization established to grow the practice of dermatology and dermatologic surgery in the state of Nevada.
Endo International announced the publication of Phase 2 data evaluating collagenase clostridium histolyticum, or CCH, for the treatment of cellulite in Dermatologic Surgery, the official journal of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery.
"The health implications for people exposed to floodwaters are staggering and include a wide variety of dermatologic (skin) issues, such as wound infections, contact dermatitis and even electrical injuries from downed power lines," said Justin Bandino, Assistant Professor at the San Antonio Military Medical Centre in the US.
It coincides with the annual meeting of the Oklahoma Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery Society.
PARIS -- Adults with atopic dermatitis (AD) are at sharply increased risk for a broad array of comorbid dermatologic conditions ranging from A to V: That is, from alopecia areata to vitiligo, and points in between, according to a large German national study.
Cherry Creek Dermatology said by forming a partnership with Epiphany, the company will expand its ability to provide for the dermatologic needs of our community.
CHICAGO -- True complications in pediatric dermatologic surgery probably aren't that frequent, but no solid data on the topic exist in the medical literature.
Trevi is focused on developing Nalbuphine ER for chronic pruritus, which develops in various dermatologic, metabolic, hematologic and neuropathic conditions.