Nail psoriasis: Differential diagnosis (LINK)
- Presentation by Dr Nejib Doss, MD
- Nail psoriasis is found in 16 to 80% of individuals with psoriasis
- Useful presentation which displays its clinical features:
- pitting (number of pits matters!)
- apparent leuconychia
- red lunula
- subungual hyperkeratosis
…and of course the differential diagnosis.
Clinical and therapeutic pearls in dermatology (LINK)
- Presentation by Professor Mark Lebwohl, MD
- Pruritus in the elderly: changing antihypertensive medication.
- Lichen planus: a therapeutic pearl when nothing works !
- Ostomies: recognising pyoderma gangrenous among other peristomal ulcers.
- How to speak to patients: pregnancy, “parents alive.”
- Topical anesthetics: safety, redheads, allergies to novocaine, sodium chloride
- Patients who always answer yes: think of retrobulbar dysuria !
- Patients who don’t shut up – use a thermometer !