Atopic Dermatitis Journal Articles

 
 
  • A Case of Chronic Thrombocytopenia in a 17-Year-Old Female A case of gray platelet syndrome, a rare type of thrombocytopenia, is discussed. How is this disorder diagnosed and treated?
  • Atopic Dermatitis in the Elderly This review examines the unique manifestation of atopic dermatitis in the elderly. How does the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of AD in this population differ from that of younger persons?
  • Changing Our Microbiome: Probiotics in Dermatology This review investigates the role of the gut and skin microbiome in dermatology. Might oral and/or topical probiotics be useful for treating certain dermatological diseases?
  • Pruritus Secondary to Primary Biliary Cholangitis Primary biliary cholangitis is frequently accompanied by intractable pruritus. Might phototherapy be an effective treatment for refractory cholestatic pruritus?
  • Itch Sensitization? A Systematic Review Do sensory aberrations including sensitization for itch occur in chronic itch? This meta-analysis examines the current research.
  • Adult-Onset Atopic Dermatitis: Characteristics and Management Review the unique epidemiology, pathophysiology, and clinical presentation of adult-onset dermatitis. How does its clinical characteristics differ from those of pediatric dermatitis?
  • Disease Trajectories in Childhood Atopic Dermatitis This article presents a practitioner's guide to pediatric atopic dermatitis, along with some typical clinical scenarios to help identify children at high risk of progression.
  • Precision Medicine in Atopic Diseases What role might precision medicine have in the management of atopic diseases?
  • A New Era in the Treatment of Atopic Dermatitis Recent breakthroughs in oral JAK inhibitors may fill the unmet need for safer and more effective oral therapies for the treatment of atopic dermatitis.
  • The Role of the Skin Microbiota in Acne Pathophysiology This review explores current evidence regarding the role of the skin microbiome in acne vulgaris. How have new technologies helped elucidate the molecular mechanisms of microbial involvement in acne?
  • Anxiety and Depression in Atopic Dermatitis in U.S. Adults This study examined the relationship of atopic dermatitis and its severity with symptoms and diagnosis of anxiety and depression in U.S. adults.
  • Conjunctivitis in Dupilumab Clinical Trials While ocular disorders, including allergic conjunctivitis, are common in patients with atopic dermatitis, studies have suggested that dupilumab-treated patients have an increased conjunctivitis risk.
  • Denosumab vs Bisphosphonates in Patients With Osteoporosis Denosumab and bisphosphonates are commonly used medications for the treatment of osteoporosis. Which is more effective?
  • Dupilumab Use in Moderate-to-Severe Atopic Dermatitis The recent FDA approval of dupilumab offers another option for the treatment of moderate to severe atopic dermatitis in adolescents.
  • Acne, the Skin Microbiome, and Antibiotic Treatment This paper reviews the composition and dynamics of the skin microbiome and its relationship to acne. What impact do antibiotics have on skin microbes, and what role should they play in acne treatment?
  • Crisaborole 2% Ointment (Eucrisa) for Atopic Dermatitis Review the use of crisaborole, a phosphodiesterase type-4 inhibitor, for the treatment of mild to moderate atopic dermatitis.
  • A TRPV1 Antagonist for Mild-to-moderate Atopic Dermatitis A novel, non-steroidal approach to treating mild-to-moderate atopic dermatis, using a TRPV1 antagonist, looks to be an effective and safe treatment modality in early trials.
  • Heat-Related Illnesses Review the risk factors for and physiological mechanisms behind heat-related illnesses in this primer. How should suspected heat-related illness be evaluated and managed?
  • The Challenges of Diagnosing Lower-limb Cellulitis Why is cellulitis so often misdiagnosed? This review highlights the range of alternative pathologies that can be mistaken for cellulitis.
  • Stress, Itch Sensation, and Scratching in Atopic Dermatitis This paper explores the interrelationship of acute stress, itch, and scratching in patients with atopic dermatitis, providing new insights on the mechanism of stress-related exacerbation of itch.