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Brown Skin Matters Sep 11
Thanks for the warm welcome to Twitter everyone! I was interviewed today by a reporter working on a story about this issue for NPR. Let's hope the visibility we're bringing to the problem as a community will lead to solutions.
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Steven Chen Sep 15
A / on… CONSULT ETIQUETTE – for the consultant! (This is the 2nd in a series on consult etiquette. See the end of this thread for a link to my other tweetorial for primary teams calling consults). 1/
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Steven Chen Sep 15
Bit of a different today, on: CONSULT ETIQUETTE! - TIPS for the PRIMARY TEAM calling the consult. Caveat: Some examples are a little specific, but can be extrapolated to others! 1/
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Sweta Subhadarshani, MD, MRCP(SCE) Sep 12
Inspired by and here is my amateur attempt at for peeps. Let's go a SAFARI!
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Katie Clark 4h
It’s nearly midnight & as I reflect on my day, I don’t automatically think of all the patients that were grateful for their care today, I’m still thinking about the patient that yelled at me bc I couldn’t write him a Rx for band aids & Vaseline for his biopsy site
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Ilana Rosman, MD 19h
New growth immediately adjacent to pre-existing nevus. Amelanotic melanoma, 1.8 mm thickness
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Rob Howes Sep 12
For those that need a bucket list tick. Never Say Never. 0531 AEST. Friday. September 13. trending in Melbourne, Australia
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Silvija Gottesman MD Sep 12
Howdy, ...stellate fibroblasts anyone?! Angiofibroma aka fibrous papule of the nose. 💕🔬
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Roxana Daneshjou, MD/PhD Sep 11
This is an interesting case. Stains positive for CD123, CD4, CD56. Negative for CD3 and CD20.
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Roxana Daneshjou, MD/PhD Sep 10
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Roxana Daneshjou, MD/PhD Sep 11
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Ken Katz Sep 12
Inspiring workshop on in . Much work to be done re many types of diversity. Will benefit all our patients. Amazing people and professional societies leading the effort.
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Abdullah Alswied Sep 11
🥰Case of The Day🥰 ✅Compact hyperkeratosis ✅Wedge shaped hypergranulosis ✅Lichenoid inflammatory infiltrate ❎No eosinophils Your diagnosis👇 🌟Bonus points if you tell us more about it🌟 Images via
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Abdullah Alswied Sep 10
🔶The Daily Case🔶 🔆Thin anastomosing strands of basaloid cells 🔆Prominent fibromyxoid stroma 👇👇Your diagnosis?👇👇 Images via
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Dermatology Advisor 13h
The has approved (; Almirall) Gel 7.5% for the topical treatment of vulgaris in patients aged ≥9 years. Click to read more.
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Roxana Daneshjou, MD/PhD Sep 11
There’s an account on Twitter now! findings do not look the same across all skin types. Learning diverse skin findings is important!
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Allison Larson, MD Sep 14
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Ilana Rosman, MD Sep 14
Dr. Kiran Motaparthi speaking about education and importance of in facilitating...but you all know this already, right?!?!
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Jeremy Etzkorn, MD MS-Biostatistics Sep 11
Potential ideas for Mohs surgeons to better manage the waiting time for their patients
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Timothy Keyes 10h
Hey - why does my hair alway look/feel amazing after not washing it for like 3 days? I may have stayed in bed all weekend but today these curls are luscious af what’s that about
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