Stephen R Feldman

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BACKGROUND Adherence in the treatment of chronic inflammatory skin diseases such as atopic dermatitis is poor. Methods to improve adherence have proven difficult. PURPOSE To determine whether a short course of treatment with a high-potency corticosteroid will improve adherence compared to longer treatment studies and if improvement in disease and itch(More)
OBJECTIVE To ascertain the patient's perspective on dermatologic care provided by primary care providers (PCPs) or dermatologists. DESIGN Cross-sectional survey of patients drawn from primary care and dermatology clinics. SETTING Academic Veterans Affairs medical center. PATIENTS Convenience sample of patients in either a primary care or a dermatology(More)
Topical clobetasol propionate is widely used for the treatment of psoriasis. One formulation of clobetasol propionate, Skin Cap, was thought by some practitioners and patients to be more effective than other formulations. Differences in corticosteroid bioavailability could account for differences in efficacy. The purpose of this study is to compare the(More)
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