Stick around ‘til Tuesday for powerhouse symposiums

New technologies and insights will be revealed during Tuesday symposiums.


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When you register for the 2022 AAD Annual Meeting in Boston, make sure to register for the two, important, back-to-back, high-yield symposiums on Tuesday, March 29.

First up will be What’s New in Dermatology (S062), which offers attendees the chance to discover the latest developments in dermatology over the last 15 months. This session, led by Mark Lebwohl, MD, FAAD, will review new technologies to assess prognosis in malignant melanoma; review the clinical presentation and tests to identify various infectious diseases; review techniques in dermatologic surgery and cosmetic dermatology; present new developments in pediatric dermatology; and highlight new psoriasis therapies and new topical therapies as well as new vaccines and treatments for your patients.

Following that will be Therapeutic and Diagnostic Pearls (S063), where attendees can uncover practical and valuable insights on a wide range of diseases and disorders. The panel of speakers, led by Robert T. Brodell, MD, FAAD, will share evidence from peer-reviewed literature as well as results from personal experience. Attendees will come away with pragmatic points that they can incorporate into their practice.

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