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Neil Stuart Prose

Professor of Dermatology
Dermatology
Duke Box 3252, Durham, NC 27710
3558 Hosp South, Durham, NC

Selected Publications


Feasibility and acceptability of measuring positivity resonance in nurse-patient telehealth videoconferencing visits: A mixed-methods observational study.

Journal Article J Clin Nurs · May 8, 2024 AIM: To investigate the feasibility and acceptability of the training process, procedures, measures and recruitment strategies necessary for a future investigation to test the reliability and validity of using positivity resonance measures in health care e ... Full text Link to item Cite

Effect of a Coaching Intervention to Improve Cardiologist Communication: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Journal Article JAMA Intern Med · June 1, 2023 IMPORTANCE: Communication between cardiologists and patients can significantly affect patient comprehension, adherence, and satisfaction. To our knowledge, a coaching intervention to improve cardiologist communication has not been tested. OBJECTIVE: To eva ... Full text Open Access Link to item Cite

"Walking the Journey Together": Creating a unique learning module in provider-patient communication for the care of epilepsy in Uganda.

Journal Article Epilepsy Behav · March 2023 OBJECTIVE: This report documents the creation of a practical communication skills module about epilepsy care, specifically targeted at first-line care providers who treat patients with epilepsy in Uganda. METHODS: Our team conducted semi-structured intervi ... Full text Link to item Cite

Evaluation of a tailored epilepsy training program for healthcare providers in Uganda.

Journal Article Epilepsy Behav · January 2023 OBJECTIVE: This study evaluated an epilepsy training program for healthcare workers that was designed to improve their knowledge of epilepsy, its treatment, and its psychosocial effects. METHODS: This single group, before and after survey was conducted in ... Full text Link to item Cite

Childhood lymphomatoid papulosis Type D, a rare and challenging diagnosis.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · November 2022 A 10-year-old female with a several-year history of pityriasis lichenoides (PL) presented with a new, asymptomatic, large, and necrotic ulcer of her right upper arm. Skin biopsy was consistent with lymphomatoid papulosis (LyP) Type D, a recently recognized ... Full text Link to item Cite

Characteristics Associated with Burnout among Cardiologists in an Academic Medical Setting: Baseline Survey Results from a Communication Coaching RCT.

Journal Article Behav Sci (Basel) · September 27, 2022 OBJECTIVES: Clinician burnout poses risks not just to clinicians but also to patients and the health system. Cardiologists might be especially prone to burnout due to performing high-risk procedures, having to discuss serious news, and treating diseases th ... Full text Link to item Cite

Exploring Nurse and Patient Experiences of Developing Rapport During Oncology Ambulatory Care Videoconferencing Visits: Qualitative Descriptive Study.

Journal Article J Med Internet Res · September 8, 2022 BACKGROUND: Although videoconferencing between oncology patients and nurses became routine during the pandemic, little is known about the development of clinician-patient rapport in this care environment. Evidence that virtual visits may challenge nurses' ... Full text Link to item Cite

Atopic dermatitis leading to failure to thrive: A case report.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · July 2022 We present an infant with severe atopic dermatitis, protein loss, and subsequent failure to thrive. With proper management, the patient's laboratory findings normalized, and he gained weight appropriately. In this report, we highlight the impact that sever ... Full text Link to item Cite

Keepers of the House: A documentary.

Journal Article Clin Teach · February 2022 BACKGROUND: Our documentary, Keepers of the House, highlights ways that hospital housekeepers, typically unnoticed care team members, provide emotional support for patients and their families. This film addresses a gap in education by emphasizing the impor ... Full text Open Access Link to item Cite

Teledermatology: How It Is Impacting the Underserved.

Journal Article Pediatric dermatology · November 2021 The rapid mobilization of telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about renewed concern about the digital divide. Understanding the benefits and limitations of remote medical care is an ongoing process. Access to telemedicine appointments, as ... Full text Cite

Skin-colored bandages: A call to action.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · November 2021 Full text Link to item Cite

An innovative intervention to improve respectful maternity care in three Districts in Ethiopia.

Journal Article BMC Pregnancy Childbirth · August 6, 2021 BACKGROUND: Mistreatment of women during facility-based childbirth is a major violation of human rights and often deters women from attending skilled birth. In Ethiopia, mistreatment occurs in up to 49.4% of mothers giving birth in health facilities. This ... Full text Link to item Cite

Communication Coaching in Cardiology (CCC): A study protocol and methodological challenges and solutions of a randomized controlled trial in outpatient cardiology clinics.

Journal Article Contemporary clinical trials · June 2021 Given the role of effective communication in improving patient adherence and satisfaction, high quality patient-clinician communication is critical. Building on previous communication interventions in oncology and pediatrics, we developed a tailored commun ... Full text Cite

Enjoyment and meaning in daily activities among caregivers of orphaned and separated children in four countries

Journal Article Children and Youth Services Review · September 1, 2020 Introduction: There are many orphaned and separated children (OSC) in the world and caregivers play a crucial role in raising them. Frameworks on employee mental health incorporate elements of both enjoyment/difficulties and values (i.e., hedonic and eudai ... Full text Cite

Editorial.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · January 2020 Full text Link to item Cite

Assessment of Black Patients' Perception of Their Dermatology Care.

Journal Article JAMA Dermatol · October 1, 2019 IMPORTANCE: The availability and quality of skin and hair care for black patients in the United States has been a subject of growing interest in dermatology. There is limited understanding of the perceptions of black patients about the care they receive fr ... Full text Link to item Cite

Bringing an end to the "Mongolian Spot".

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · September 2019 Full text Link to item Cite

Inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus treated successfully with crisaborole ointment in a 5-year-old boy.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · May 2019 Inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus (ILVEN) is a chronic, a linear, or whorled array of inflammatory, following the lines of Blaschko. Treatment of ILVEN is challenging with numerous therapies of varying degrees of success reported. We present a ... Full text Link to item Cite

Neutrophilic figurate erythema of infancy: A diagnostic challenge.

Journal Article J Cutan Pathol · March 2019 Neutrophilic figurate erythema of infancy (NFEI) is a rare variant of annular erythema of infancy. It is characterized by annular erythematous plaques, occasionally with a polycyclic configuration. The main challenge is to differentiate this rare entity fr ... Full text Link to item Cite

Feasibility and acceptability of measuring positivity resonance in nurse-patient telehealth videoconferencing visits: A mixed-methods observational study.

Journal Article J Clin Nurs · May 8, 2024 AIM: To investigate the feasibility and acceptability of the training process, procedures, measures and recruitment strategies necessary for a future investigation to test the reliability and validity of using positivity resonance measures in health care e ... Full text Link to item Cite

Effect of a Coaching Intervention to Improve Cardiologist Communication: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Journal Article JAMA Intern Med · June 1, 2023 IMPORTANCE: Communication between cardiologists and patients can significantly affect patient comprehension, adherence, and satisfaction. To our knowledge, a coaching intervention to improve cardiologist communication has not been tested. OBJECTIVE: To eva ... Full text Open Access Link to item Cite

"Walking the Journey Together": Creating a unique learning module in provider-patient communication for the care of epilepsy in Uganda.

Journal Article Epilepsy Behav · March 2023 OBJECTIVE: This report documents the creation of a practical communication skills module about epilepsy care, specifically targeted at first-line care providers who treat patients with epilepsy in Uganda. METHODS: Our team conducted semi-structured intervi ... Full text Link to item Cite

Evaluation of a tailored epilepsy training program for healthcare providers in Uganda.

Journal Article Epilepsy Behav · January 2023 OBJECTIVE: This study evaluated an epilepsy training program for healthcare workers that was designed to improve their knowledge of epilepsy, its treatment, and its psychosocial effects. METHODS: This single group, before and after survey was conducted in ... Full text Link to item Cite

Childhood lymphomatoid papulosis Type D, a rare and challenging diagnosis.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · November 2022 A 10-year-old female with a several-year history of pityriasis lichenoides (PL) presented with a new, asymptomatic, large, and necrotic ulcer of her right upper arm. Skin biopsy was consistent with lymphomatoid papulosis (LyP) Type D, a recently recognized ... Full text Link to item Cite

Characteristics Associated with Burnout among Cardiologists in an Academic Medical Setting: Baseline Survey Results from a Communication Coaching RCT.

Journal Article Behav Sci (Basel) · September 27, 2022 OBJECTIVES: Clinician burnout poses risks not just to clinicians but also to patients and the health system. Cardiologists might be especially prone to burnout due to performing high-risk procedures, having to discuss serious news, and treating diseases th ... Full text Link to item Cite

Exploring Nurse and Patient Experiences of Developing Rapport During Oncology Ambulatory Care Videoconferencing Visits: Qualitative Descriptive Study.

Journal Article J Med Internet Res · September 8, 2022 BACKGROUND: Although videoconferencing between oncology patients and nurses became routine during the pandemic, little is known about the development of clinician-patient rapport in this care environment. Evidence that virtual visits may challenge nurses' ... Full text Link to item Cite

Atopic dermatitis leading to failure to thrive: A case report.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · July 2022 We present an infant with severe atopic dermatitis, protein loss, and subsequent failure to thrive. With proper management, the patient's laboratory findings normalized, and he gained weight appropriately. In this report, we highlight the impact that sever ... Full text Link to item Cite

Keepers of the House: A documentary.

Journal Article Clin Teach · February 2022 BACKGROUND: Our documentary, Keepers of the House, highlights ways that hospital housekeepers, typically unnoticed care team members, provide emotional support for patients and their families. This film addresses a gap in education by emphasizing the impor ... Full text Open Access Link to item Cite

Teledermatology: How It Is Impacting the Underserved.

Journal Article Pediatric dermatology · November 2021 The rapid mobilization of telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic has brought about renewed concern about the digital divide. Understanding the benefits and limitations of remote medical care is an ongoing process. Access to telemedicine appointments, as ... Full text Cite

Skin-colored bandages: A call to action.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · November 2021 Full text Link to item Cite

An innovative intervention to improve respectful maternity care in three Districts in Ethiopia.

Journal Article BMC Pregnancy Childbirth · August 6, 2021 BACKGROUND: Mistreatment of women during facility-based childbirth is a major violation of human rights and often deters women from attending skilled birth. In Ethiopia, mistreatment occurs in up to 49.4% of mothers giving birth in health facilities. This ... Full text Link to item Cite

Communication Coaching in Cardiology (CCC): A study protocol and methodological challenges and solutions of a randomized controlled trial in outpatient cardiology clinics.

Journal Article Contemporary clinical trials · June 2021 Given the role of effective communication in improving patient adherence and satisfaction, high quality patient-clinician communication is critical. Building on previous communication interventions in oncology and pediatrics, we developed a tailored commun ... Full text Cite

Enjoyment and meaning in daily activities among caregivers of orphaned and separated children in four countries

Journal Article Children and Youth Services Review · September 1, 2020 Introduction: There are many orphaned and separated children (OSC) in the world and caregivers play a crucial role in raising them. Frameworks on employee mental health incorporate elements of both enjoyment/difficulties and values (i.e., hedonic and eudai ... Full text Cite

Editorial.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · January 2020 Full text Link to item Cite

Assessment of Black Patients' Perception of Their Dermatology Care.

Journal Article JAMA Dermatol · October 1, 2019 IMPORTANCE: The availability and quality of skin and hair care for black patients in the United States has been a subject of growing interest in dermatology. There is limited understanding of the perceptions of black patients about the care they receive fr ... Full text Link to item Cite

Bringing an end to the "Mongolian Spot".

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · September 2019 Full text Link to item Cite

Inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus treated successfully with crisaborole ointment in a 5-year-old boy.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · May 2019 Inflammatory linear verrucous epidermal nevus (ILVEN) is a chronic, a linear, or whorled array of inflammatory, following the lines of Blaschko. Treatment of ILVEN is challenging with numerous therapies of varying degrees of success reported. We present a ... Full text Link to item Cite

Neutrophilic figurate erythema of infancy: A diagnostic challenge.

Journal Article J Cutan Pathol · March 2019 Neutrophilic figurate erythema of infancy (NFEI) is a rare variant of annular erythema of infancy. It is characterized by annular erythematous plaques, occasionally with a polycyclic configuration. The main challenge is to differentiate this rare entity fr ... Full text Link to item Cite

Re-envisioning member checking and communicating results as accountability practice in qualitative research: A South African community-based organization example

Journal Article Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung · September 1, 2018 Ethical considerations in communicating results to participants in community-based qualitative research are scrutinized less than in medical or genetics research. We report on ethical issues considered in planning, preparing and returning of study findings ... Full text Cite

Chemotherapy-induced eccrine squamous syringometaplasia in an infant.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · January 2018 There are few reports of chemotherapy-induced eccrine squamous syringometaplasia in children. We report the first case of an infant developing this condition after treatment with busulfan, fludarabine, and antithymocyte globulin in preparation for bone mar ... Full text Link to item Cite

Eccrine Chromhidrosis in an Adolescent with Sickle Cell Disease.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · September 2017 Eccrine chromhidrosis can occur secondary to hyperbilirubinemia. We report an adolescent with sickle cell disease who presented with eccrine chromhidrosis on his palmar and plantar surfaces. He had extremely high levels of conjugated bilirubin but no fever ... Full text Link to item Cite

"If you don't take a stand for your life, who will help you?": Men's engagement in HIV care in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

Journal Article Psychol Men Masc · July 2016 The needs of South African men with HIV may often be overlooked in the provision of HIV services, leading to care programs that do not adequately serve the unique needs of male patients. Additionally, norms of masculinity guide men's behaviors as they navi ... Full text Link to item Cite

Congenital hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis presenting as thrombocytopenia in a newborn.

Journal Article J Pediatr Hematol Oncol · May 2015 Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) is a disease caused by dysregulation and hyperactivation of the immune system, and can be familial or acquired. HLH presenting in infancy can be rapidly fatal if not promptly recognized and treated. Congenital HLH c ... Full text Link to item Cite

Cutaneous acquired toxoplasmosis in a child: a case report and review of the literature.

Journal Article Am J Dermatopathol · April 2015 Cutaneous toxoplasmosis is a rare and diagnostically challenging entity. Today, the acquired form occurs predominantly in immunocompromised patients with human immunodeficiency virus or after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. We report a case of cut ... Full text Link to item Cite

Difficult conversations: a national course for neurosurgery residents in physician-patient communication.

Journal Article J Surg Educ · 2015 OBJECTIVE: To describe the design, content, implementation, and evaluation of a national curriculum for teaching practical skills in empathic communication to residents in neurosurgery. DESIGN: Based on needs assessed through a national survey of neurosurg ... Full text Link to item Cite

Community dermatology - spreading the message

Journal Article Dermatologia Revista Mexicana · January 1, 2014 Cite

Compassionate care: enhancing physician-patient communication and education in dermatology: Part II: Patient education.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · March 2013 Patient education is a fundamental part of caring for patients. A practice gap exists, where patients want more information, while health care providers are limited by time constraints or difficulty helping patients understand or remember. To provide patie ... Full text Link to item Cite

Compassionate care: enhancing physician-patient communication and education in dermatology: Part I: Patient-centered communication.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · March 2013 The motivation for developing patient-centered communication stems from a desire to enhance the quality of patient care, fulfill professional competency requirements, reduce medical errors, and improve health outcomes and patient satisfaction. Patient-cent ... Full text Link to item Cite

The Duke Dermatology Residency Training Program

Journal Article Journal of Drugs in Dermatology · September 1, 2012 Cite

Adverse cutaneous reactions to chemotherapy agents

Journal Article Journal of Drugs in Dermatology · September 1, 2012 Cite

Griscelli syndrome associated with hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis.

Journal Article Journal of drugs in dermatology : JDD · September 2012 Cite

Clinical and dermoscopic features of 88 scalp naevi in 39 children.

Journal Article Br J Dermatol · July 2011 BACKGROUND: Paediatric scalp naevi may represent a source of anxiety for practitioners and parents, as the clinical and dermoscopic features of typical naevi have yet to be defined. Prompted by concern about the large size, irregular borders and colour var ... Full text Link to item Cite

HIV Infection

Journal Article · May 24, 2011 Full text Cite

The morbidity and mortality conference: a unique opportunity for teaching empathic communication.

Journal Article Journal of graduate medical education · December 2010 BackgroundThe morbidity and mortality conference is an educational tradition in American medicine that dates to the early 20th century. Traditionally, this conference has focused entirely on issues of diagnosis and treatment, in the context of a d ... Full text Cite

Trichothiodystrophy with dysmyelination and central osteosclerosis.

Journal Article AJNR Am J Neuroradiol · January 2010 Trichothiodystrophy (TTD) is a rare group of autosomal recessive disorders of DNA repair unified by the presence of sulfur-deficient brittle hair. We report a 3-year-old boy with classic clinical features of TTD, including ichthyosis, alopecia, development ... Full text Link to item Cite

Chronic phototoxicity and aggressive squamous cell carcinoma of the skin in children and adults during treatment with voriconazole.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · January 2010 BACKGROUND: Voriconazole is a broad-spectrum antifungal agent associated with photosensitivity and accelerated photoaging. A possible link with aggressive squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) has also been reported. OBJECTIVE: We sought to determine the incidence ... Full text Link to item Cite

Penile erosions associated with foscarnet therapy in a child.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · 2010 Foscarnet-induced genital erosions have been reported in patients treated for HIV-related herpesvirus infections in adults. We report the case of a boy with penile erosions associated with foscarnet therapy in the setting of umbilical cord blood transplant ... Full text Link to item Cite

Self-healing juvenile cutaneous mucinosis.

Journal Article Arch Dermatol · February 2009 Full text Link to item Cite

Self-healing Juvenile Cutaneous Mucinosis Reply

Journal Article ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGY · February 1, 2009 Link to item Cite

Acanthosis nigricans: a practical approach to evaluation and management.

Journal Article Dermatol Online J · September 15, 2008 Acanthosis nigricans is a dermatosis characterized by thickened, hyperpigmented plaques, typically of the intertriginous surfaces and neck. Common in some populations, its prevalence depends on race. Clinicians should recognize acanthosis nigricans; it her ... Link to item Cite

Self-healing juvenile cutaneous mucinosis: cases highlighting subcutaneous/fascial involvement.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · December 2006 BACKGROUND: Self-healing juvenile cutaneous mucinosis is a rare disease affecting young people characterized by transient cutaneous lesions and sometimes mild inflammatory symptoms. The deep dermal and subcutaneous features of this disorder have not yet be ... Full text Link to item Cite

Incontinentia pigmenti in a boy with XXY mosaicism detected by fluorescence in situ hybridization.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · July 2006 Featured Publication We report the case of a male infant with incontinentia pigmenti (MIM 308310) and low-grade XXY mosaicism. Fluorescence in situ hybridization may reveal the underlying genetic alteration in male patients with incontinentia pigmenti and a normal karyotype. ... Full text Link to item Cite

Skin complications of Bacillus Calmette-Guérin immunization.

Journal Article Curr Opin Infect Dis · April 2005 Featured Publication PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccination has been performed since 1921, and remains the best method of preventing severe infections caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Tuberculosis, in its various forms, remains a public health probl ... Full text Link to item Cite

The return of the common bedbug.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · 2005 Featured Publication The incidence of skin disease secondary to infestation with the human bedbug, Cimex lectularius, has increased dramatically in the United States and in the United Kingdom. We describe a child with a recurrent pruritic eruption of urticarial, erythematous p ... Full text Link to item Cite

Successful treatment of refractory childhood pemphgus vulgaris with anti-CD20 monoclonal antibody (rituximab).

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · 2005 Featured Publication Pemphigus vulgaris is an uncommon autoimmune blistering skin disorder that is particularly rare in children. Immunosuppressive treatment can be challenging. Rituximab (anti-CD20 monoclonal antibody) has been used to treat autoimmune disorders by depletion ... Full text Link to item Cite

Vitiligo in children: A review of classification, hypotheses of pathogenesis and treatment

Journal Article Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia · 2005 Vitiligo is a relatively common dermatologic finding and one that has been observed since ancient times. Depigmentation of the skin, with loss of melanocytes on histology characterizes this disorder. A range of clinical phenotypes lead to varying degrees o ... Cite

Vitiligo in children: A review of classification, hypotheses of pathogenesis and treatment

Journal Article Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia · January 1, 2005 Vitiligo is a relatively common dermatologic finding and one that has been observed since ancient times. Depigmentation of the skin, with loss of melanocytes on histology characterizes this disorder. A range of clinical phenotypes lead to varying degrees o ... Full text Cite

Precalcaneal congenital fibrolipomatous hamartomas: report of occurrence in half brothers.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · 2004 Featured Publication Precalcaneal congenital fibrolipomatous hamartomas are uncommon, congenital, nontender papules located on the medial plantar aspects of the heel. We report the occurrence of this rare disorder in two half brothers, suggesting that it may occur in a familia ... Full text Link to item Cite

Letter: To the editor [1] (multiple letters)

Journal Article Dermatologic Surgery · September 1, 2003 Full text Cite

Some words that matter.

Journal Article Arch Dermatol · January 2003 Featured Publication Full text Link to item Cite

Nail dystrophy in congenital cutaneous candidiasis.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · 2003 Featured Publication Congenital cutaneous candidiasis (CCC) is usually a benign condition characterized by various skin manifestations and is rarely associated with nail changes. We report a premature infant with CCC who developed dystrophy of all 20 nails at about 1 month of ... Full text Link to item Cite

Wart therapy reconsidered.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · 2003 Full text Link to item Cite

Kasabach-merritt phenomenon: a retrospective study of treatment with vincristine.

Journal Article J Pediatr Hematol Oncol · 2002 Featured Publication PURPOSE: Kasabach-Merritt phenomenon (KMP) is characterized by profound thrombocytopenia, microangiopathic hemolytic anemia, a consumptive coagulopathy, and an enlarging vascular lesion. The syndrome develops in infancy and is associated with a high morbid ... Full text Link to item Cite

Hereditary benign intraepithelial dyskeratosis: Report of two cases with prominent oral lesions.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · October 2001 Featured Publication Hereditary benign intraepithelial dyskeratosis is a rare autosomal dominant disorder of the oral and ocular mucosa initially described in the Haliwa-Saponi Native American tribe of North Carolina. We describe 2 sisters with the characteristic oral and ocul ... Full text Link to item Cite

Intrauterine epidermal necrosis.

Journal Article J Cutan Pathol · August 2001 Featured Publication BACKGROUND: Epidermal necrosis in a neonate is an uncommon event with a variety of potential cases. RESULT: We report a case of intrauterine epidermal necrosis in a preterm infant, with death occurring soon after birth. The histopathology of the denuded sk ... Full text Link to item Cite

Skin and nail changes in children with sickle cell anemia receiving hydroxyurea therapy.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · May 2001 Featured Publication Skin and nail changes from long-term hydroxyurea therapy are reported in adults. Skin and nail changes, including nail hyperpigmentation, longitudinal bands, and hyperpigmentation of the palms and other skin surfaces, developed in 7 children with sickle ce ... Full text Link to item Cite

Waxy keratoses of childhood in a segmental distribution.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · 2001 Featured Publication Waxy keratoses of childhood is a rare genodermatosis previously noted in both familial and isolated presentations. Three previous cases have been described in which the lesions appeared over the trunk and extremities. We report a case in which the waxy ker ... Full text Link to item Cite

Cutaneous complications of BCG vaccination in infants with immune disorders: two cases and a review of the literature.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · 2001 Featured Publication Two infants, one with a T-cell-signaling defect resulting in a primary immunodeficiency syndrome and the other with severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), are described. Both infants developed cutaneous infections secondary to their bacillus Calmette-Gué ... Full text Link to item Cite

Additional glomangioma families link to chromosome 1p: no evidence for genetic heterogeneity.

Journal Article Hum Hered · 2001 Venous malformations are a common abnormality of the vasculature that may occur sporadically or, more rarely, as an autosomal dominant trait. One familial form of venous malformations has previously been linked to chromosome 9p. Mutations in the gene encod ... Full text Link to item Cite

Autosomal dominantly inherited generalized basaloid follicular hamartoma syndrome: report of a new disease in a North Carolina family.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · August 2000 Featured Publication BACKGROUND: An 8-year-old girl presented with hundreds of milia, measuring 1 to 2 mm; comedone-like lesions; skin-colored and hyperpigmented papules on the face, scalp, ears, neck, upper trunk, and lower arms along with diffuse scalp hypotrichosis; and pin ... Full text Link to item Cite

A piece of my mind: paying attention.

Journal Article JAMA · June 7, 2000 Featured Publication Full text Link to item Cite

Mucosal erosions and bullae in a child

Journal Article ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGY · May 1, 2000 Link to item Cite

Periumbilical contact dermatitis.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · 2000 Featured Publication Full text Link to item Cite

Subcutaneous granuloma annulare: MR imaging features in six children and literature review.

Journal Article Radiology · March 1999 Featured Publication PURPOSE: To describe the magnetic resonance (MR) imaging findings of subcutaneous granuloma annulare (SGA), a rare mass of early childhood. MATERIALS AND METHODS: MR imaging studies and clinical records in six children aged 2 1/2-4 years in whom SGA was di ... Full text Link to item Cite

Skin manifestations in individuals of African or Asian descent.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · 1996 Featured Publication Full text Link to item Cite

PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY - PREFACE

Journal Article SEMINARS IN DERMATOLOGY · March 1, 1995 Link to item Cite

Treatment of tinea capitis

Journal Article Report on Pediatric Infectious Diseases · January 1, 1995 Cite

Preface

Journal Article Wave Motion · January 1, 1995 Full text Cite

Preface

Journal Article Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery · January 1, 1995 Full text Cite

Parasitic infestations of the skin.

Journal Article Pediatr Ann · August 1994 Full text Link to item Cite

Pustular psoriasis with chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis and spontaneous fractures.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · August 1994 Chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis is rarely associated with pustular psoriasis in children. We describe a child with severe pustular psoriasis in whom multiple fractures, bone deformities, and severe growth failure from chronic recurrent multifoca ... Full text Link to item Cite

Eruptive pseudoangiomatosis: a unique childhood exanthem?

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · November 1993 We describe three children with an acute onset and spontaneous resolution of angioma-like papules during an apparent viral illness. A biopsy specimen from one patient revealed a unique histologic appearance that consisted of dilated dermal blood vessels wi ... Full text Link to item Cite

Neonatal pemphigus vulgaris in a child born to a woman in remission.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · September 1993 We describe the tenth reported case of neonatal pemphigus that mimicked Bart's syndrome and review previously published cases. Unlike previous cases, the child was born with significant blistering to a mother who was in complete remission throughout the pr ... Full text Link to item Cite

Progress in the understanding of HIV infection: an overview.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · July 1993 The worldwide epidemic of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection will likely be considered the most important public health event of the twentieth century. During the past 15 years, a wealth of information relating to the epidemiology, diagnosis, nat ... Full text Link to item Cite

Pigmentary lines of the newborn.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · May 1993 We report three cases of infants born with extensive linear and retiform pigmentation on the trunk and extremities. In none of these cases was there an associated underlying medical disorder, and in all cases the pigmentation resolved by 6 months of age. I ... Full text Link to item Cite

Cutaneous manifestations of systemic infection in children

Journal Article Current Problems in Dermatology · January 1, 1993 The child with rash and fever presents a particular challenge in the course of practice. Despite the development of many new diagnostic laboratory techniques over the past few decades, it is very often the morphology, distribution, and history of skin dise ... Full text Cite

Infectious disorders of the skin.

Journal Article Clin Plast Surg · January 1993 Cutaneous infections are common occurrences in clinical practice. Plastic surgeons need to recognize the varied presentations of cutaneous infections because they may mimic cutaneous malignancies or be a harbinger of underlying disease. We have reviewed th ... Link to item Cite

Cutaneous manifestations of pediatric HIV infection.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · December 1992 Children who are infected with human immunodeficiency virus may develop a wide variety of mucocutaneous manifestations, such as skin infections, tumors, and inflammatory skin disorders. The most significant infectious diseases are candidiasis, dermatophyto ... Full text Link to item Cite

Bacillary angiomatosis in a child undergoing chemotherapy.

Journal Article J Pediatr · October 1992 Bacillary angiomatosis is an infectious disease of the skin and viscera characterized by vascular lesions, originally described in patients with human immunodeficiency virus infection. There are also case reports of bacillary angiomatosis occurring in immu ... Full text Link to item Cite

Practical approaches to pediatric dermatology.

Journal Article Dermatol Nurs · October 1992 Pediatric dermatology has evolved as a subspecialty of dermatology. The ability to recognize and adequately treat the most common pediatric dermatoses represents an important skill for all dermatology nurses. ... Link to item Cite

Papular umbilicated granuloma annulare. A report of four pediatric cases.

Journal Article Arch Dermatol · October 1992 BACKGROUND: Granuloma annulare is a common skin condition usually presenting as annular plaques composed of intradermal papules. Variants such as disseminated, subcutaneous, and perforating have been described. In this article, the clinical and histologic ... Link to item Cite

Painful, plaque-like, pitted keratolysis occurring in childhood.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · September 1992 Pitted keratolysis is a superficial infection of the soles of the feet that is almost always asymptomatic. A painful variant of this disorder was reported to occur in adult males during military service. We report painful, plaque-like, pitted keratolysis i ... Full text Link to item Cite

Lyme disease in children: diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

Journal Article Semin Dermatol · March 1992 Lyme disease is a multisystem disorder that is caused by infection with Borrelia burgdorferi. In endemic areas, its occurrence is extremely common among children. The early diagnosis and treatment of Lyme disease may prevent the development of serious card ... Link to item Cite

Large-cell lymphoma presenting with a distinctive inflammatory dermatosis.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · November 1991 Severe, progressively enlarging inflammatory plaques of the upper trunk and neck developed in a 12-year-old girl. Histologic examination revealed a unique inflammatory cell infiltrate that consisted of chronic inflammation in the dermis subtending spongios ... Full text Link to item Cite

Cutaneous granulomas in children with combined immunodeficiency.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · November 1991 Noninfectious cutaneous granulomas, particularly in an acral distribution, may be an early sign of mixed cellular and humoral immunodeficiency. Special stains of skin biopsy sections and cultures for bacteria, acid-fast bacilli, and fungi are important in ... Full text Link to item Cite

Mucocutaneous disease in pediatric human immunodeficiency virus infection.

Journal Article Pediatr Clin North Am · August 1991 Children with HIV infection may develop a wide variety of infectious and inflammatory diseases of the skin. These disorders are often more severe and more difficult to treat than in the healthy child. In some cases, disorders of the skin or mucous membrane ... Full text Link to item Cite

Cutaneous manifestations of HIV infection in children.

Journal Article Dermatol Clin · July 1991 The vast majority of children with infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) develop some form of mucocutaneous disease during the course of their illness. Candidal, fungal, bacterial, and viral infections of the skin and mucous membranes tend ... Link to item Cite

The laboratory diagnosis of Lyme disease.

Journal Article Arch Dermatol · June 1991 Growing awareness of Lyme disease, caused by the tickborne spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi has led to a marked increase in laboratory procedures to help in its diagnosis. Despite the frequent ordering of serologic tests specific for Lyme disease, there rem ... Link to item Cite

Pediatric human immunodeficiency virus infection and the skin

Journal Article Current Opinion in Pediatrics · January 1, 1991 Full text Cite

Aplasia cutis congenita and arteriovenous fistula. Case report and review.

Journal Article Arch Neurol · November 1990 We describe a child with congenital aplasia cutis congenita of the scalp and an occult giant posterior fossa arteriovenous fistula. Previous case reports of central nervous system malformations associated with aplasia cutis congenita are reviewed. The exac ... Full text Link to item Cite

Spitz nevi in black children.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · November 1990 Four black children with Spitz nevi are presented. The initial clinical diagnosis was pyogenic granuloma for three patients. One child had two Spitz nevi. Histologic examination revealed melanocytic dendritic hyperplasia in all cases. ... Full text Link to item Cite

Widespread flat warts associated with human papillomavirus type 5: a cutaneous manifestation of human immunodeficiency virus infection.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · November 1990 Numerous flat and tinea versicolor-like warts developed on the face, trunk, and upper extremities of a 10-year-old boy with human immunodeficiency virus infection. Nucleic acid analysis of involved skin revealed human papillomavirus type 5, which has somet ... Full text Link to item Cite

Granulomatous perioral dermatitis or sarcoid?

Journal Article Arch Dermatol · September 1990 Full text Link to item Cite

Dermatoses associated with sterile lytic bone lesions.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · September 1990 In recent years several dermatoses, palmoplantar pustulosis, acne fulminans, and Sweet's syndrome, have been associated with sterile lytic bone lesions. This article discusses the clinical, laboratory, and histologic findings of these disorders and postula ... Full text Link to item Cite

Bacterial Skin Infections in Adolescents.

Journal Article Adolesc Med · June 1990 This article reviews the salient features of diagnosis and treatment of the more common bacterial infections in adolescents, including impetigo contagiosa, bullous impetigo, cellulitis and erysipelas, folliculitis, furunculosis and carbunculosis, blisterin ... Link to item Cite

HIV infection in children.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · June 1990 Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in children has emerged as a major, rapidly growing public health problem. The majority of children become infected by perinatal transmission of the virus from an infected mother. The disease is frequently assoc ... Full text Link to item Cite

AIDS and the dermatologist. A perspective.

Journal Article Arch Dermatol · December 1989 Link to item Cite

Eruptive syringoma.

Journal Article Arch Dermatol · August 1989 Eruptive syringoma is a rare variant of syringoma that appears on anterior surfaces of the body, including the neck, chest, and arms. Textbooks state that this eccrine-derived tumor arises at puberty. We describe four cases of eruptive syringoma that began ... Link to item Cite

Granulomatous perioral dermatitis in children.

Journal Article Arch Dermatol · March 1989 Five children, aged 3 to 11 years, developed a distinctive perioral, perinasal, and periorbital rash, consisting of tiny, closely spaced, flesh-colored "micronodules." Histopathologic examination in all five cases revealed upper dermal and perifollicular g ... Link to item Cite

Dermatology training during the pediatric residency.

Journal Article Clin Pediatr (Phila) · February 1988 The diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the skin and subcutaneous tissue represents a significant aspect of general pediatric practice. A study was carried out to assess the status of training in dermatology among residents in pediatrics. Sixty five pe ... Full text Link to item Cite

Pediatric human immunodeficiency virus infection and its cutaneous manifestations.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · August 1987 Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome was first observed in children in 1982. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is now known to be the etiologic agent of this disease complex. Children acquire the viral infection in utero or perinatally, or by receiving cont ... Full text Link to item Cite

Congenital malignant melanoma.

Journal Article Pediatrics · June 1987 A 6-week-old girl with congenital melanoma of the skin is reported and the literature is reviewed. We believe this to be the first case of congenital melanoma in a black infant who had no underlying giant melanocytic nevus. Because of the significant relat ... Link to item Cite

Pseudomonas septicemia with nodules and bullae.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · May 1987 We examined a patient with systemic lupus erythematosus and sepsis due to Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Early in the infection, she developed skin lesions that consisted of indurated tender nodules and hemorrhagic and nonhemorrhagic bullae. Blister fluid contain ... Full text Link to item Cite

Facial sporotrichosis in children.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · September 1986 We examined two patients with facial lesions of fixed cutaneous sporotrichosis. That condition should be considered in the differential diagnosis of persistent nodules or plaques in this anatomic location. ... Full text Link to item Cite

The management of congenital nevocytic nevi.

Journal Article Pediatr Dermatol · October 1984 Link to item Cite

Multiple benign juvenile melanoma.

Journal Article J Am Acad Dermatol · August 1983 Multiple benign juvenile melanoma is a rare entity, seen primarily in children. Two 3-year-old patients who developed multiple juvenile melanomas in areas of congenital hyperpigmentation are presented. The distinct clinical presentations of this lesion are ... Full text Link to item Cite

Hailey-Hailey disease. Report of a case treated surgically.

Journal Article Cutis · November 1981 A 51-year-old man with Hailey-Hailey disease was treated with a split thickness skin graft of the left axilla. The dramatic improvement in the grafted area is contrasted with the continued disease activity in the untreated axilla and other intertriginous a ... Link to item Cite

Kaposi's sarcoma in homosexual men-a report of eight cases.

Journal Article Lancet · September 19, 1981 Featured Publication The clinical findings in eight young homosexual men in New York with Kaposi's sarcoma showed some unusual features. Unlike the form usually seen in North America and Europe, it affected younger men (4th decade rather than 7th decade); the skin lesions wee ... Full text Link to item Cite