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Case Report Pages 47-50
Abstract: Gastrointestinal surgical procedures result in approximately 100,000 ostomies per year in the United States, with over 10,00,000 people living with intestinal stomas.
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Research Article Pages 39-46
Abstract: Dermatology education is faced with the challenge of developing curricula for learners who possess a wide range of learning styles, strengths, and life experiences. Utilization of the V.A.R.K (Visual, Aural, Reading/Writing, Kinesthetic) model of learning, outcome-based adult-learning theory, and inclusive participatory teaching offers a unique opportunity to teach dermatology.
Case Report Pages 35-38
Abstract: Hyper IgE Syndrome (HIES) is an inherited immunodeficiency syndrome with an increased susceptibility to cutaneous fungal infections. While systemic antifungals are often the therapy of choice, many non-pharmacologic treatment options have been shown to improve clearance of these infections.
Review Article Pages 27-34
Abstract: The skin harbors an immune organ, made up of keratinocytes, dendritic cells (also known as Langerhans cells), as well as immune-derived nomadic cells (e.g. lymphocytes, neutrophils and eosinophils), which can respond to a variety of insults including inflammation, wound repair and infection.