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Currently here and hoping to livetweet as much as I can. Discussing interferon-mediated disease and what role these pathways may play in #COVID19.
In SAVI and CANDLE syndrome, which are mediated by the interferon pathway, Jak inhibitors help inhibit the positive feedback loop.
How do we think about the pernio-like lesions associated with #COVID19? Note, we are still trying to establish the causal relationship. But this @JAADjournals paper had some interesting thoughts:…
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All right #dermtwitter & #medtwitter, it's time for the...

@MedDermSoc & @DermHospitalist Mini-Symposium on #COVID19 & #dermatology!!

I will be attempting to #livetweet the Zoom meeting!

Join along if you'd like. I will be using the h/t #COVIDDerm!

@RoxanaDaneshjou @dschless
Let's get started!!!!

Your cohosts are super excited to have you join. To give a little background, this meeting was planned in ~1 week, and we have over 500 RSVPs!

@MishaRosenbach now kicking us off with #COVIDDerm! Image
.@DrEstherFreeman is speaking and reminding us all to register our #COVID19 #dermatology cases in the @AADskin #COVID registry!

Reminder to do so here:

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It is an enormous pleasure to be part of this #paper: #COVID-PIEL, the Spanish muticentric study of the #cutaneous manifestation of #COVID19 has just been published in the prestigious journal British Journal of Dermatology! 375 patients included! Conclusions here 👇 (#thread)
A new classification of #skin manifestations of #COVID19 is proposed: 1. Acral areas of erythema-oedema with some vesicles or pustules (19%); 2. Other vesicular eruptions (9%); 3 Urticarial lesions (19%); 4. Other maculopapules (47%) and 5. Livedo or necrosis (6%)
1⃣ Acral lesions, #COVIDtoes, pseudo-chiblains..., affected young patients and lasted a mean of 12,7 days to appear in the course of COVID. They were associated with less severe disease. Itchy (30%) or painful (32%).
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Una carta publicada en @TheLancet encuentra finalmente respuestas a las preguntas sobre las tan comunes lesiones dermatológicas en los dedos (#covidtoes) que estamos viendo durante la infección por el #COVID19 #COVID19Pandemic. Abro hilo
Los autores han realizado autopsias a dos pacientes y en ambos han encontrado la presencia de virus en las células endoteliales (las que forman los vasos sanguíneos) en distintos órganos, lo que explicaría el daño vascular que afecta a los pacientes que sufren la infección.
Si bien el virus usa habitualmente el receptor #Ace2 para crear el daño a nivel pulmonar, ya que éste se encuentra muy abundante en los neumocitos del epitelio alveolar (células del pulmón) y que es lo que provoca la famosa pneumonia por covid,
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Okay #medtwitter and #dermtwitter, you knew it was only a matter of time, didn’t you?! Let’s do this #COVID19 themed #medthread:


#MedEd #FOAMEd #dermatology #dermatologia @AADskin @AADMember @Meddermsoc @dermhospitalist
First, a word of caution – this is one person’s thoughts on a new skin finding reported in a new disease that the medical community is still learning about! As such, nothing in the #tweetorial should be regarded as definite. Just wanted to share a thought process!
So, who cares? #COVID19 is devastating, at times even for the young & healthy! But it’s all respiratory, right?

Well, as we're learning, there's so much more to #SARScov2, and as a #dermatologist, this is the perfect example of how the exam helps frame possible mechanisms.
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