Anakinra in Dermatology

In the ever-evolving field of dermatology, researchers and clinicians are constantly seeking innovative solutions to address various skin disorders. Anakinra, an exciting breakthrough in the world of dermatology, has emerged as a promising treatment option for a range of skin conditions. This article explores the diverse uses of anakinra in dermatology, shedding light on its… Read More

Naltrexone in Dermatology

In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the potential applications of naltrexone in dermatology. Naltrexone, primarily known for its role in addiction treatment, has shown promise as an effective tool in managing various skin conditions. This post explores the use of naltrexone in dermatology, shedding light on its mechanisms, benefits, and potential… Read More

Dapsone For Chronic Urticaria

Chronic spontaneous urticaria is marked by recurrent bouts of hives. First line treatment is typically second-generation H1-antihistamines at up to four times the typical dose. But this therapy is unsuccessful in up to 50% of patients. Many other treatments have been tried for chronic spontaneous urticaria. Recently, a medical records review evaluated the use of… Read More

Treatment of Chronic Urticaria (Hives)

Treatment of Urticaria (Hives) Most people will have a bout of hives in their lives. The causes of hives are many, including medications, infections, and physical inducers such as cold, heat, pressure, and sunlight, but for many cases a specific cause cannot be identified. Urticaria is typically classified as acute (<6 weeks) or chronic (>6… Read More