Runner Up: Accuracy and Confidence Among New First-year Dermatology Residents in the Diagnosis of Common Dermatologic Conditions in Different Fitzpatrick Skin Types

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Anuj Sanghvi
David Wang
Matthew Lipner
Kelly Tackett
Heather Holahan
Julie Mervak


skin of color


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