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Cerebral Networks Linked to Itch-related Sensations Induced by Histamine and CapsaicinInvestigative Report
Cerebral Networks Linked to Itch-related Sensations Induced by Histamine and Capsaicin
Verena Vierow , Clemens Forster, Rebekka Vogelgsang , Arnd Dörfler , Herman O. Handwerker

This functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study explored the central nervous processing of itch induced by histamine and capsaicin, delivered via inactivated cowhage spicules, and the influence of low-dose naltrexone. Scratch bouts were delivered at regular intervals after spicule insertion in order temporarily to suppress the itch. At the end of each trial the subjects rated their itch an ...

Dermoscopy of Naevus-associated MelanomasInvestigative Report
Dermoscopy of Naevus-associated Melanomas
Danielle Shitara, Mauricio Nascimento, Priscila Ishioka , Cristina Carrera, Llúcia Alós, Josep Malvehy, Susana Puig

In order to determine dermoscopic parameters, a case-control test set of naevus-associated melanomas vs de novo melanomas paired by Breslow thickness and histopathological subtype was analysed by 2 blinded experienced dermoscopists, according to presence of naevus, pattern analysis and ABCD dermoscopy score. The ability to identify naevus-associated melanomas by pattern analysis was low for both b ...

Maternal and Perinatal Factors of Importance for Occurrence and Severity of Infantile HaemangiomaClinical Report
Maternal and Perinatal Factors of Importance for Occurrence and Severity of Infantile Haemangioma
Eun Jee Kim, Hyun Sun Park , Hyun-Sun Yoon, Soyun Cho

To determine which patient and maternal factors are associated with the occurrence and the severity of infantile haemangioma (IH), a single-centre retrospective observational study was conducted with 96 haemangioma patients and 143 age-matched control babies, born in the same hospital between March 2012 and March 2013. The IH patients were selected according to diagnosis from dermatologists, eithe ...

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Clinical Report - 2015-06-30
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Nan Sheng, Zhiliang Li, Wei Su, Weijun Liu, Wenkai Zong, Baoxi Wang, Suying Feng

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Timo Reunala, Teea T. Salmi, Kaisa Hervonen

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Successful Treatment of Multicentric Reticulohistiocytosis with Adalimumab, Prednisolone and Methotrexate
Sei-ichiro Motegi, Yukio Yonemoto, Shinya Yanagisawa, Sayaka Toki, Akihiko Uchiyama, Kazuya Yamada, Osamu Ishikawa

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Targeting IgE in Severe Atopic Dermatitis with a Combination of Immunoadsorption and Omalizumab
Alexander Zink, Anna Gensbaur, Michael Zirbs, Florian Seifert, Isabel Leon Suarez, Vagkan Mourantchanian, Stephan Weidinger, Martin Mempel, Johannes Ring, Markus Ollert

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Topics: Atopic dermatitis and contact allergy, facial dermatoses and adnexal disorders, new treatments, psoriasis and genodermatoses, psychodermatology, sexually transmitted diseases, skin biology and inflammation, skin cancer and pigmentation, skin immunology and lymphoma, urticaria and itch, wound healing and tissue repair

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