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Ask an Expert: Can We Improve Male Genital Dermatology Care?
by Adam Friedman, MD, Terrence Keaney, MD, FAAD
Though not frequently discussed, cutaneous concerns related to the male genitalia are somewhat common, says Terrence Keaney, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology, George Washington University. More than half of male genital dermatoses are inflammatory, making them potentially challenging for general practice or urology physicians. In this edition of Ask an Expert, Dr. Keaney speaks with host Adam J. Friedman, MD about the challenges of male genital dermatology and explains why dermatologists should be prepared to assist in care.
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