Authors

Joseph Joseph

BPharm (Hons I), MD, Dermatology Resident Medical Officer, Westmead Hospital, Westmead, NSW


Dressing a wound with a sanitary pad: A case of contact dermatitis

A woman aged 42 years presented to the hospital with a one-week history of a wrist lesion.


Infantile haemangiomas: Identifying high-risk lesions in primary care

General practitioners are ideally placed to identify high-risk infantile haemangiomas and coordinate their management.


Targeting an acute skin eruption

A male aged 16 years presented to the emergency department with a three-day history of oral ulceration involving the lips that was associated with skin and genital lesions.