40 episodes

For dermatology practitioners, Dermasphere covers the most important updates from the latest articles and research in the field. Maybe you don’t have time to read the journals—but we hope you have time to listen to a podcast about them!

Dermasphere - The Dermatology Podcast Luke Johnson

    • Medicine
    • 5.0, 52 Ratings

For dermatology practitioners, Dermasphere covers the most important updates from the latest articles and research in the field. Maybe you don’t have time to read the journals—but we hope you have time to listen to a podcast about them!

    33. Deodorizing wipes for genital exams - Does diet affect acne? Maybe. - Fixed food eruption is a thing--and makes you crabby - Kids with psoriasis--systemics do not increase their (serious) infectio

    33. Deodorizing wipes for genital exams - Does diet affect acne? Maybe. - Fixed food eruption is a thing--and makes you crabby - Kids with psoriasis--systemics do not increase their (serious) infectio

    Deodorizing wipes for genital exams -
    Does diet affect acne? Maybe. -
    Fixed food eruption is a thing--and makes you crabby -
    Kids with psoriasis--systemics do not increase their (serious) infections -
    Timolol works for fissures -
    Guselkumab for HS

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Bonus - Demo 02. Cyclosporine and SJS - HTN leads to inconsequential bleeding in Mohs - Hydroxychloroquine for morphea - Omadacycline for skin infections - Suture spacing doesn't matter on the head an

    Bonus - Demo 02. Cyclosporine and SJS - HTN leads to inconsequential bleeding in Mohs - Hydroxychloroquine for morphea - Omadacycline for skin infections - Suture spacing doesn't matter on the head an

    Cyclosporine and SJS -
    HTN leads to inconsequential bleeding in Mohs -
    Hydroxychloroquine for morphea -
    Omadacycline for skin infections -
    Suture spacing doesn't matter on the head and neck -
    Tattoos and risky behaviors

    Go to www.dermaspherepodcast.com for links to the original articles!

    • 42 min
    32. CsA: Protective against viruses? - COVID causes multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) - Silicone sheets and paper tape reduce hypertrophic scars - Would eversion doesn't matter - W

    32. CsA: Protective against viruses? - COVID causes multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) - Silicone sheets and paper tape reduce hypertrophic scars - Would eversion doesn't matter - W

    CsA: Protective against viruses? -
    COVID causes multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) -
    Silicone sheets and paper tape reduce hypertrophic scars -
    Would eversion doesn't matter -
    What are the oldest parts of your face? (The wrinkly, saggy bits.)

    • 1 hr 11 min
    BONUS - Cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease

    BONUS - Cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease

    This is a lecture Luke* gave to the pediatrics residents at the University of Utah entitled "Cutaneous Manifestations of Systemic Disease" on 7/8/2020.

    I'm afraid that only the audio was recorded, so no video is available. :-(

    * Luke Johnson, MD, assistant professor of dermatology at the University of Utah

    www.dermaspherepodcast.com/

    • 48 min
    31. The many faces of COVID: cutaneous manifestations - What's up with COVID toes? - Other COVID tidbits - Dupi does not increase infection risk - JAK-inhibitors work in morphea - What is DADA2? - Hyp

    31. The many faces of COVID: cutaneous manifestations - What's up with COVID toes? - Other COVID tidbits - Dupi does not increase infection risk - JAK-inhibitors work in morphea - What is DADA2? - Hyp

    The many faces of COVID: cutaneous manifestations -
    What's up with COVID toes? -
    Other COVID tidbits -
    Dupi does not increase infection risk -
    JAK-inhibitors work in morphea -
    What is DADA2? -
    Hypnosis works for pruritus -

    • 1 hr 15 min
    BONUS - COVID, Androgens, Alopecia, and Sunlight - A Conversation with Carlos Wambier and Andy Goren

    BONUS - COVID, Androgens, Alopecia, and Sunlight - A Conversation with Carlos Wambier and Andy Goren

    Drs. Carlos Wambier and Andy Goren join us for a discussion about COVID, androgens, alopecia, sunlight, and more!

    www.dermaspherepodcast.com

    Luke and Michelle report no conflicts of interest.

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

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52 Ratings

52 Ratings

CathyK13579 ,

Excellent

Pertinent, educational and humorous! Thank you for doing this! Great way to keep up on topics while driving to work:)

RDTexas ,

Very useful

Really appreciate this format to help me keep up with and review the literature

Matxjos ,

Great

The review the articles at the end of the podcast which is helpful to actually remember things. Especially if you drive and 1 podcast is split into multiple days. There is also an episode where they summarized the previous 10 episodes which was very helpful.

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