The authors detail their findings in August 1991. They describe lectures they attended at the "Hot Spots in Hawaii" dermatology meeting, including difficult diagnoses in pediatric dermatology, graft-versus-host reactions, patients with diseases you haven't considered, and more.
A poignant anecdote from the authors in this month's Portrait of a Practice: "The only thing more stultifying to a clinician's mind than a diagnosis is a specific treatment. We tend to limit our thoughts to 'what is it' and 'what to do,' instead of 'why is it.' Look behind the diagnosis and look to a drug for those reasons why. Curiosity cures more cats than it kills."