Early congenital syphilis: recognising symptoms of an increasingly prevalent disease. Patel NU, Oussedik E, Landis ET, Strowd LC.. J Cutan Med Surg. 2018;22(1):97-99.
A safety review of the medications used to treat atopic dermatitis. Shukla S, Feldman SR, Strowd LC.. Expert Opin Drug Saf. 2018;17(2):179-183.
Insights into future therapeutics for atopic dermatitis. Edwards T, Patel NU, Blake A, Prabakaran S, Reimer D, Feldman SR, Strowd LC.. Expert Opin Pharmacother. 2018;19(3):265-278.
Folliculocentric lichen sclerosus et atrophicus in a 10-year-old girl. El Habr C, Mannava K, Koch S, Tull R, Goiburu-Chenu B, Strowd L, Sangueza O.. Am J Dermatopathol. 2017;39(1):59-61.
Retrospective study of Rocky Mountain spotted fever in children. Tull R, Ahn C, Daniel A, Yosipovitch G, Strowd LC.. Pediatr Dermatol. 2017;34(2):119-123.
Epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of scabies in a dermatology office. Anderson KL, Strowd LC.. J Am Board Fam Med. 2017;30(1):78-84.
In vivo cutaneous malignancy diagnosis using mitochondrial imaging [invited commentary]. Strowd LC.. Oral Dis. 2017;():.
Dupilumab for atopic dermatitis [editorial comment]. Strowd LC, Feldman SR.. Lancet. 2017;389(10086):2265-2266.
A case of rapidly transformed mycosis fungoides [abstract]. Dothard EH, McMichael AJ, Strowd LC.. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2017;76(6 Suppl 1):AB8.
Utility of skin biopsy in a case of progressive myoclonic epilepsy [challenge and answer]. Frantz T, Fortson E, Strowd LC.. Am J Dermatopathol. 2017;():.
Spectrum of dermatologic disease in inpatient oncology patients [abstract]. Ahn CS, Strowd LC.. J Invest Dermatol. 2017;137(5):S31.
Post-Chikungunya rheumatic disease in a 13-year-old boy. Landis ET, Strowd LC, Taxter AJ.. Pediatr Dermatol. 2017;34(5):e294-e295.
The future of atopic dermatitis treatment. Patel N, Strowd LC.. Adv Exp Med Biol. 2017;1027():185-210.
Ignoring the "itch": the global health problem of scabies. Stamm LV, Strowd LC.. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2017;97(6):1647-1649.
Dermatomyositis: initial evaluation and screening recommendations. Inyang M, Strowd LC. In: Mack CP, ed. Dermatomyositis: diagnosis, risk factors and treatment options. New York (NY): Nova Science;2017: 1-30.
Cutaneous manifestations in neuro-oncology: clinically relevant tumor and treatment associated dermatologic findings. Strowd RE, Strowd LC, Blakeley JO.. Semin Oncol. 2016;43(3):401-407.
Acral blisters in a neonate. Strowd LC, Ali S, Yospovitch G [sic] [Yosipovitch G].. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2012;31(12):1315.
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Always a pleasure seeing Dr Strowd
Provider seemed distracted.
The provider was excellent. There is a disconnect between Dr's. & scheduling. No clue.
She was wonderful!
*Dr. Strowd was the best listener & communicator of all dermatologists I've ever seen for my psoriasis. She is the only derm I will ask for appointments with in the future.
All went extremely well. I have the greatest respect for Dr. Strowd and all the members of the staff who dealt with me on this and previous visits.
think the world of Dr. Strowd
Obviously one of the best physicians in your practice. I always receive personal and professional care and advice. I would not think of seeing another doctor. It is extremely rewarding to be associated with professionals. My recent visit was no exception. Outstanding in every respect.
Dr. Strowd gave me my life back. I'd endured three and a half months of hell with undiagnosed scabies. Another dermatologist, my primary care doctor and a naturopath all missed it. Dr. Strowd and her PA identified with within a half an hour's conversation.
Great Doctor. Listens and genuinely cares about my health concerns.
no information given on care for freezing a red blemish that wasn't resolving. it had been several year since I had a spot "zapped" and I had to google what to do/not do once I left the office.
Dr. Strowd is wonderful and personable. I trust her immensely.
Dr. Stroud is always prompt thoughtful and friendly. Always answers my questions and is never in a rush. I feel very fortunate to have her as my dermatologist!
very professional care. Caring doctoranswered all my questions.
Dr. made arrangements for me to use light therapy. Nurses in light therapy were super nice!!
Excellent, seamless and comfortable integration of a resident into the clinic experience.
I love Dr. Strowd. She is an amazing physician who actually listens to what her patient has to say. The resident that was with her the day of my visit was equally as wonderful.
Dr. Strowd is very pleasant and competent. Would recommend her to all.
friendly, listens to concerns, and addresses concerns
Dr. Stroud is a concerned and caring physician. She was patient with me and answered all my questions. I have complete faith in her.
Dr Strowd was wonderful, my pain level was through the roof when I first came here. She got it under control fast. Itching was driving me crazy,she had my pharmacist make a cream that brought me relief .
Dr Strawd offered me excellent care, diagnosis, and follow-up during and after my hospital stay. I am very thankful for her courteous and thoughtful care!
I liked Dr. Stroud very much. She was confident and knowledgeable. She obviously knew a lot about my suspicious diagnosis. She didn't seem to mind my questions. Only problem was she did not have the pathology report from my dermatologist. I was referred to Dr. Stroud by my dermatologist as an expert on my suspicious diagnosis. My dermatologist office said they had faxed my pathology report to the Wake Baptist Dermatology office five or six times. The visit would have been more productive if Dr. Stroud had been able to review the pathology report and discuss with me during my office visit.
I love Lindsey! I have been seeing dermatologists my whole life and she's the first provider I've found who understands my condition and doesn't try to make me do strange things (like not take showers). She listens to concerns, offers solutions, and gives me the tools (medicines) I need to treat my condition.
Dr. Strowd was great and appreciate her attentiveness.
Dr. Stroud always gives as much time as needed. Answers all of my questions. She is never in a hurry and always does a through exam. Very grateful to have her as my dermatologist!!