Impact of Dietary Patterns on Rosacea 

As a common skin condition often manifesting in adults over the age of 30, rosacea typically affects central areas of the face and can contribute to patients’ decreased self-esteem and thus, quality of life. Although the root cause of the cutaneous disorder remains unknown, several factors are believed to contribute to its development, including inflammation, …

Cutaneous Manifestations of COVID-19 in Pediatric Patients

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, dermatological symptoms of the disease were rarely reported until dermatologists became involved in the triage of patients thereby revealing a wide spectrum of cutaneous symptoms, such as urticaria, mottling, and purpura. These were initially reported in adult patients as children infected with COVID-19 tended to be asymptomatic or …

Managing Melasma in Male Patients

The common skin condition melasma presents in both male and female patients yet disproportionately affects dark-skinned individuals, including those of Latino and African descent, as well as those who live in areas of high sun exposure. Hyperpigmentation can be a cause of cosmetic concern for many patients, regardless of gender or ethnicity. However, because melasma …