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Test your dermatology knowledge with this week's Derm Case Challenge.

75-Year-Old Female with Rash on Lower Extremities

Can you identify this skin ailment? Take this week's Derm Case Challenge to validate your diagnosis.
The United States National Institutes of Health (US NIH) has collaborated with an established pharmaceutical company, Sanofi, in an attempt to foment a revolutionary medical breakthrough in HIV treatment.
A high yield review of best-practices to maintain patient-centered communication while using the electronic medical record.

Professional Development

How’s Your Computer-Side Manner?

This video uses patient stories to provide tips on how to improve patient doctor communication while using the computer in the exam room.
Austin, Texas, the city of many nicknames and host to such great events as SXSW, 2017′s PharmaForce, and numerous others, also happens to be a foodie’s paradise. Join Dr. Best for a walk through some of the more memorable eats he discovered and sought out during a quick trip to Bat City.
Each month we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.
Test your dermatology knowledge with this week's Derm Case Challenge.
Similar technology has recently been approved for certain dental surgeries in the United States.
Asparagine endopeptidase (AEP), an enzyme already identified as a contributor to the tangling of tau proteins and increasing neurotoxicity in Alzheimer’s cases, is now also believed to activate cleaving of alpha-synuclein in humans which leads to the formation of Lewy bodies, also increasing...
The Crisalix System was developed to help patients visualize their post-operative breast reconstruction’s potential aesthetic outcome prior to surgery. Some surgeons find it invaluable in explaining the important nuances that will accompany the obvious changes in their patients’ appearance.