7 episodes

The DermSurgery Digest features concise reviews of journal articles from each month's issue of "Dermatologic Surgery." The purpose of the podcast is not to critique, but to summarize each article and give you an auditory option for learning on the go.

The "Dermatologic Surgery" journal publishes the most clinically comprehensive and up-to-date information in its field.

DermSurgery Digest Dermatologic Surgery Journal

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The DermSurgery Digest features concise reviews of journal articles from each month's issue of "Dermatologic Surgery." The purpose of the podcast is not to critique, but to summarize each article and give you an auditory option for learning on the go.

The "Dermatologic Surgery" journal publishes the most clinically comprehensive and up-to-date information in its field.

    June 2022

    June 2022

    In this podcast of the June issue of Dermatologic Surgery, published by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, you'll hear a summary of the original articles, reconstructive conundrums, and communications.  Contributors to this podcast include Naomi Lawrence, MD, Dermatologic Surgery Digital Content Editor; Monica Boen, MD; Deirdre Connolly, MD; Ashley Decker, MD; Deirdre Hooper, MD; Isabella Jones, MD; Erica Leavitt, MD; Christie Regula, MD; and Michael Renzi, MD.

    In this podcast, surgical oncology and reconstruction articles are presented first and general dermatologic surgery and cosmetics articles follow, beginning at 30:22.

    Your feedback is encouraged.   Please contact communicationstaff@asds.net with any suggestions for improvement.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    May 2022

    May 2022

    In this podcast of the May issue of Dermatologic Surgery, published by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, you'll hear a summary of the original articles, reconstructive conundrums, and communications. Contributors to this podcast include Naomi Lawrence, MD, Dermatologic Surgery Digital Content Editor; Monica Boen, MD; Deirdre Connolly, MD; Ashley Decker, MD; Deirdre Hooper, MD; Isabella Jones, MD; Erica Leavitt, MD; Christie Regula, MD; and Michael Renzi, MD.

    In this podcast, surgical oncology and reconstruction articles are presented first and general dermatologic surgery and cosmetics articles follow, beginning at 36:00.

    Your feedback is encouraged.  Please contact communicationstaff@asds.net with any suggestions for improvement.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    April 2022

    April 2022

    In an effort to improve your listening experience, beginning with the April episode, the DermSurgery Digest will feature article summaries grouped in two segments by content.   In this podcast,  surgical oncology and reconstruction articles are presented first and general dermatologic surgery and cosmetics articles follow, beginning at 30:40.

    In this podcast of the April issue of Dermatologic Surgery, published by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, you'll hear a summary of the original articles, reconstructive conundrums, and communications.  Contributors to this podcast include Naomi Lawrence, MD, Dermatologic Surgery Digital Content Editor; Monica Boen, MD; Deirdre Connolly, MD; Ashley Decker, MD; Deirdre Hooper, MD; Isabella Jones, MD; Erica Leavitt, MD; Christie Regula, MD; and Michael Renzi, MD.

    Your feedback is encouraged. Please contact communicationstaff@asds.net with any suggestions for improvement.

    • 59 min
    March 2022

    March 2022

    In this podcast of the March issue of Dermatologic Surgery, published by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, you'll hear a summary of the original articles, reconstructive conundrums, and communications. Contributors to this podcast include Naomi Lawrence, MD, Dermatologic Surgery Digital Content Editor; Monica Boen, MD; Deirdre Connolly, MD; Ashley Decker, MD; Deirdre Hooper, MD; Isabella Jones, MD; Erica Leavitt, MD; Christie Regula, MD; and Michael Renzi, MD.

    This particular issue has an article on complications.   You are encouraged to submit any complication you may have for skin cancer or cosmetic treatments to caper.net.  The Cutaneous Procedures Adverse Event Reporting (CAPER) serves to collect data on adverse events (AEs) encountered in dermatologic surgery procedures to be used for:


    Safety monitoring for the specialty
    Identifying practice or education gaps associated with the AEs
    Identifying potential risk factors for AEs

    Please contact communicationstaff@asds.net with any suggestions for improvement.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    February 2022

    February 2022

    In this inaugural podcast of the February issue of Dermatologic Surgery, published by the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, you'll hear a summary of the original articles, reconstructive conundrums, and communications.  Contributors to this podcast include Naomi Lawrence, MD, Dermatologic Surgery Digital Content Editor; Monica Boen, MD; Deirdre Connolly, MD; Ashley Decker, MD; Deirdre Hooper, MD; Isabella Jones, MD; Erica Leavitt, MD; Christie Regula, MD; and Michael Renzi, MD.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Expert Consensus on Nail Procedures and Selection of CPT Codes

    Expert Consensus on Nail Procedures and Selection of CPT Codes

    Naomi Lawrence, MD, Dermatologic Surgery Editorial Board member, interviews Nathaniel Jellinek, MD on the Expert Consensus on Nail Procedures and Selection of CPT Codes.

    • 21 min

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