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Highlights In This Issue March 2019 Volume 155, Number 3 JAMA Dermatology Pages 265-404 Research Antibiotic Prescription in Dermatology 290 Dermatologists prescribe more oral antibiotic courses per clinician than any other spe- cialty, and such use puts patients at risk of antibiotic-resistant infections and antibiotic- associated adverse events. In this cross-sectional analysis of data from 2008 through 2016, JAMA Dermatology Patient Page Barbieri et al found a decrease in overall antibiotic prescribing from 3.36 to 2.13 courses per 404 Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris 100 visits but an increase in prescribing associated with surgical visits from 3.92 to 6.65 courses per 100 visits. While overall antibiotic use by dermatologists is declining, the use of postoperative oral antibiotics should be carefully evaluated. Kirby and Lim provide an LETTERS Editorial. Observation 388 A Case of Pansclerotic Morphea Editorial 286 Treated With Tocilizumab Author Audio Interview jamadermatology.com A Zhang and Coauthors 389 Flexural Eruption Associated With HLA Antigen Mismatch and Posttransplant Skin Cancer 307 Arsenic Trioxide Therapy in a Patient With Skin cancer risk factors after solid-organ transplant can inform clinical care, but data on these Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia risk factors are limited. In this secondary analysis of a cohort study by Gao et al http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Dermatology American Medical Association

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JAMA Dermatology , Volume 155 (3) – Mar 1, 2019

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In This Issue March 2019 Volume 155, Number 3 JAMA Dermatology Pages 265-404 Research Antibiotic Prescription in Dermatology 290 Dermatologists prescribe more oral antibiotic courses per clinician than any other spe- cialty, and such use puts patients at risk of antibiotic-resistant infections and antibiotic- associated adverse events. In this cross-sectional analysis of data from 2008 through 2016, JAMA Dermatology Patient Page Barbieri et al found a decrease in overall antibiotic...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2019 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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2168-6068
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2168-6084
DOI
10.1001/jamadermatol.2018.3503
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Abstract

In This Issue March 2019 Volume 155, Number 3 JAMA Dermatology Pages 265-404 Research Antibiotic Prescription in Dermatology 290 Dermatologists prescribe more oral antibiotic courses per clinician than any other spe- cialty, and such use puts patients at risk of antibiotic-resistant infections and antibiotic- associated adverse events. In this cross-sectional analysis of data from 2008 through 2016, JAMA Dermatology Patient Page Barbieri et al found a decrease in overall antibiotic prescribing from 3.36 to 2.13 courses per 404 Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris 100 visits but an increase in prescribing associated with surgical visits from 3.92 to 6.65 courses per 100 visits. While overall antibiotic use by dermatologists is declining, the use of postoperative oral antibiotics should be carefully evaluated. Kirby and Lim provide an LETTERS Editorial. Observation 388 A Case of Pansclerotic Morphea Editorial 286 Treated With Tocilizumab Author Audio Interview jamadermatology.com A Zhang and Coauthors 389 Flexural Eruption Associated With HLA Antigen Mismatch and Posttransplant Skin Cancer 307 Arsenic Trioxide Therapy in a Patient With Skin cancer risk factors after solid-organ transplant can inform clinical care, but data on these Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia risk factors are limited. In this secondary analysis of a cohort study by Gao et al

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JAMA DermatologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Mar 1, 2019

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