- Derm Potpourri10:42Paper Chase 1 - HPV Vaccine4:56Prostate 2.018:19Paper Chase 2 - Trial of Pregabalin for Acute and Chronic Sciatica4:43HPV Vaccination9:56Ondansetron: Autobot or Decepticon?13:54Paper Chase 3 - Clinicians' Expectations of Benefits & Harms6:06Multiple SclerosisFree Chapter25:33Social Determinants of Health: Poverty17:29Preeclampsia16:53Paper Chase 4 - Testosterone Treatment & Coronary Plaque3:47Atrial Fibrillation10:50Things I Do, But Should I? Wound Repair9:25Paper Chase 5 - Costs of Misdiagnosed Cellulitis6:18The Summary14:24
Dermatology is a never ending source of wonderment. In this segment, Heidi and Andrew review the treatment of keratosis pilaris, intra-lesional injections for nail psoriasis, Baboon syndrome, and Bowen Disease. Keratosis Pilaris is best treated with aggressive moisturizing, creams containing debriding substances like glycolic acid, salicylic acid or urea. Refractory cases may be responsive to laser (ZAP!!). Nail Psoriasis responds well to triamcinolone injections in the nail bed. Baboon Syndrome is a subset set of Symmetrical drug related intertriginous and flexural exanthema (SDRIFE) which predominantly affects the buttocks. It can occur after systemic exposure to a food or drug. Bowen Disease is a diffuse area of squamous carcinoma in situ. Roughly 3-5% of lesions will proceed to full blown squamous carcinomas. It is linked to sun exposure and potentially HPV.