Q&A With Lindy Fox, MD, From UCSF Medical Center: Dermatology In Hospitals a Growing Field

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In hospitals across the country patients are being admitted with conditions that can only be treated by specially trained dermatologists while others are developing issues during hospitalization. How quickly and how well they are treated can make a significant difference in patient care.

In hospitals across the country patients are being admitted with conditions that can only be treated by specially trained dermatologists while others are developing issues during hospitalization. How quickly and how well they are treated can make a significant difference in patient care.

Lindy Fox, MD, from UCSF Medical Center discussed how the specialty is utilized in the hospital setting and what it can mean for the facility and the doctors and patients involved during the American College of Physicians Internal Medicine meeting in Boston.

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