Dr Goldstein Lecture

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How long does it usually take for a moderator to check a link to a website over ? Just trying to make those that are unaware about his webinar.

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For those of you who haven't heard about this or seen just making you aware.

http://www.lichensclerosustreatment.com/

The webiner is 1hr 20 minutes long so grab a coffee, I'm just in the process of watching it so can't comment as of yet, but I've heard it's very informative.

I hope it helps

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    Is this about Dr. Andrew Goldstein?

    Non-Neoplastic Epithelial Disorders of the Vulva

    THEODORE XAVIER O'CONNELL, MD; LEENA SHANKAR NATHAN, MD; and WENDY ANN SATMARY, MD, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Woodland Hills, California

    ANDREW T. GOLDSTEIN, MD, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MarylandAm Fam Physician. 2008 Feb 1;77(3):321-326

    Family physicians are in an ideal position to identify and treat non-neoplastic epithelial disorders of the vulva, which include lichen sclerosus, lichen planus, and lichen simplex chronicus. In addition to recognizing conditions specific to the vulva, family physicians are familiar with dermatologic conditions that affect all parts of the body, and should be able to recognize manifestations of these conditions on the vulva. Moreover, patients with vulvar symptoms often approach their family physician first; therefore, the prompt diagnosis of these conditions is key for successful treatment.

    Easy enough to Google this. Excellent article, Kellie.

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    exciting kellie....have been following most of the webinars...got to catch up with this one....if you spell it out putting blanks instead of dots then everyone will be able to see and it won't go for moderation. This is another one for us!!

    well found brill ............!! can't wait to listen in xxxxxxxxxxx   

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    very interesting info.  I was diagnosed at a free dermatology clinic, thankfully he was willing to look even though he had never seen LS in my age.   I wonder about my estrogen level now because I started with severe itching and still get bouts of itching.
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      My main syptom is itching too, especially at night. Although touch wood has been fine for the last 6 weeks.

       

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