Jeff Lockridge

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istorically, a “we versus them” relationship among many hospital administrators and physicians has bred mistrust and poor communication. Relationships became even more strained in the 1990s, after hospitals bought physicians’ practices and then sold hundreds of them. In many cases, physicians responded by opening delivery centers of their own — competing(More)
Sticky skin has been reported relatively infrequently in the literature in association with etretinate and doxorubicin/ketoconazole administration. It has a poorly understood pathogenesis, and the associated histologic changes have not been described. We report a case of a patient who experienced sticky skin in areas treated with tretinoin. These reverted(More)
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