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SHORT COMMUNICATION
Primary Cutaneous Gamma-Delta T-cell Lymphoma: Not an Aggressive Disease in All Cases
Mehdi Khallaayoune, Florent Grange, Morgane Condamina, Vanessa Szablewski, Bernard Guillot, Olivier Dereure
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SPECIAL REPORT
Clinical Management of Atopic Dermatitis in Adults: Mapping of Expert Opinion in 4 Nordic Countries using a Modified Delphi Process
Jacob P. Thyssen, Teresa Berents, Maria Bradley, Mette Deleuran, Øystein Grimstad, Laura Korhonen, Tor Langeland, Tore Särnhult, Simon Francis Thomsen, Turid Thune, Carl-Fredrik Wahlgren, Christian Vestergaard, Laura B. von Kobyletzki, Anita Remitz
Similarities and differences in the everyday clinical management of moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis in Nordic countries are unknown. Using a modified Delphi approach, 15 dermatologists from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden completed face-to-face and online questionnaires and participated in summary discussions to map expert opinion on the clinical management of moderate-to-severe atopic de ...
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Association of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Subtypes with Melanoma Patients’ Characteristics and Survival: A Semantic Connectivity Map Analysis
Simone Cazzaniga, Christina Wiedmer, Živa Frangež, Maziar Shafighi, Helmut Beltraminelli, Benedikt Weber, Dagmar Simon, Luigi Naldi, Hans-uwe Simon, Robert E. Hunger, S. Morteza Seyed Jafari
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BOOK REVIEW
Cosmetic Injection Techniques: A Text and Video Guide to Neurotoxins and Fillers, 2nd edition
Hélène Wolff
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SHORT COMMUNICATION
Plaque-like Cutaneous Lupus Mucinosis as the First Sign of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Meng Gao, Nan Sheng, Xianhong Yang, Yiqun Jiang
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INVESTIGATIVE REPORT
Participation in a Prospective Cohort Study on Melanoma did not Affect the Incidence and Mortality of the Studied Disease
Åsa M. C. Ingvar, Håkan Olsson, Per Broberg, Karolin Isaksson, Christian Ingvar, Kari Nielsen
Prospective observational studies have shown previously that study participants have lower morbidity and mortality than non-participants. The aim of the current study was to determine whether participants in a prospective cohort study on melanoma have a different incidence and mortality of melanoma compared with non-participants and the background population. Information was collected from Swedish ...
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Recruitment and Retention in a Randomized Control Trial of Increased Dietary Protein-to-Carbohydrate Ratios in Patients with Psoriasis
Anders Nikolai Ørsted Schultz, Peter Jensen, John Robert Zibert, Maria Falck Stigsby, Martin Malmstedt-Miller, Elisabeth B.M. Petersen, Lone Skov, Bjarne Stigsby
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Dupilumab Efficacy and Safety in Adolescents with Moderate-to-Severe Atopic Dermatitis: A Case Series
Adrien Mareschal, Eve Puzenat, François Aubin
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SHORT COMMUNICATION
Hair Depigmentation and Hair Loss in Advanced Melanoma Treated with Combined Immunotherapy and Targeted Therapy
Florentia Dimitriou, Joanna Mangana, Reinhard Dummer
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A Case of Four Synchronous Cutaneous Melanomas: Melanocortin 1 Receptor Polymorphisms and Excessive Sun Exposure
Giulia Gasparini, Giulia Ciccarese, Emanuele Cozzani, William Bruno, Francesco Cabiddu, Margherita Cioni, Michele Paudice, Aurora Parodi
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SHORT COMMUNICATION
Inter- and Intra-patient Variability Over Time of Lesional Skin Microbiota in Adult Patients with Atopic Dermatitis
Ellen H.A. van den Munckhof, Tessa Niemeyer-van der Kolk, Hein van der Wall, Dirk C.J.G. van Alewijk, Martijn B.A. van Doorn, Jacobus Burggraaf, Thomas P. Buters, Martin J. Becker, Gary L. Feiss, Wim G.V. Quint, Leen-Jan van Doorn, Cornelis W. Knetsch, Robert Rissmann
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Uniparental Disomy of Chromosome 2 Unmasks New ITGA6 Recessive Mutation and Results in a Lethal Junctional Epidermolysis Bullosa in a Newborn
Rebecca Higgins, Annika N. Jensen, Julian Wachstein, Leena Bruckner-Tuderman, Roland Spiegel, Hubert Traber, Josef Achermann, Martin Schaller, Birgit Fehrenbacher, Martin Röcken, Desislava Ignatova, Yun-Tsan Chang, Tina Fischer, Agnes E. Schwieger-Briel, Lars E. French, Wolfram Hoetzenecker, René Hornung, Andreas Malzacher, Antonio Cozzio, Alexander Navarini, Cristina Has, Emmanuella Guenova
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INVESTIGATIVE REPORT
Dysregulated Expression of Antimicrobial Peptides in Skin Lesions of Patients with Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma
Ulrike Wehkamp, Marion Jost, Kai Wehkamp, Jürgen Harder
Mycosis fungoides and Sézary syndrome belong to the group of primary cutaneous T-cell lymphomas. Because of the inflammatory appearance of the skin lesions, we hypothesized that antimicrobial peptides might be dysregulated in these conditions, similar to in inflammatory skin conditions. Samples from 20 patients with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma were analysed using immunohistochemistry and enzyme-lin ...
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REVIEW
Psoriasis and Mental Health Workshop Report: Exploring the Links between Psychosocial Factors, Psoriasis, Neuroinflammation and Cardiovascular Disease Risk
C. Elise Kleyn, Peter S. Talbot, Nehal N. Mehta, Francesca Sampogna, Chris Bundy, Darren M. Ashcroft, Alexa B. Kimball, Peter C.M. van de Kerkhof, Christopher E.M. Griffiths, Fernando Valenzuela, Joelle M. van der Walt, Tsion Aberra, Lluís Puig
Psoriasis is a systemic, relapsing, inflammatory disease associated with serious comorbidities including mood problems and/or unhealthy lifestyle behaviours. Cutaneous and systemic abnormalities in innate and acquired immunity play a role in its pathogenesis. The exact pathogenetic mechanism remains elusive. Evidence is accumulating that TNF-alpha, IL-17 and IL-23 signalling are highly relevant as ...
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QUIZ
Slowly Growing Annular Erythematous Lesions on Lightly Pigmented Skin: A Quiz
Victor Olsavszky, Cyrill Géraud
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REVIEW
Hereditary Leiomyomatosis and Renal Cell Cancer
Anders Würgler Hansen, Zahràa Riyadh Abed Chayed, Kristine Pallesen, Ileana Codruta Vasilescu, Anette Bygum
Hereditary leiomyomatosis and renal cell cancer is a genodermatosis with an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern. It is a tumour predisposition syndrome characterized by cutaneous and uterine leiomyomas, and increased susceptibility to develop renal cell carcinoma. There are 200–300 families with hereditary leiomyomatosis and renal cell carcinoma reported worldwide, but the syndrome is believe ...
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QUIZ
Uncountable Skin Lesions in a Mentally Disabled Patient: A Quiz
Iwona Chlebicka, Aleksandra Stefaniak, Karolina Wójcicka, Jacek C. Szepietowski
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CLINICAL REPORT
Early-stage Mycosis Fungoides: Epidemiology and Prognosis
Andrew Maguire, Jorge Puelles, Patrick Raboisson, Rajeev Chavda, Sylvie Gabriel, Susan Thornton
Most patients with mycosis fungoides are diagnosed with early-stage disease. However, prevalence of early-stage disease is unknown, and evidence of its burden is scarce. The aim of this study is to estimate the prevalence of early-stage mycosis fungoides, how long patients live with early-stage disease and to characterise these patients. Data were obtained from 4 key publications and from US cance ...
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CLINICAL REPORT
Diagnostic Value of Laboratory Parameters for Distinguishing Between Herpes Zoster and Bacterial Superficial Skin and Soft Tissue Infections
Christian Drerup, Maria Eveslage, Cord Sunderkötter, Jan Ehrchen
Clinical differentiation between herpes zoster and bacterial superficial skin and soft tissue infections of the face can be difficult. In addition, diagnosis can be complicated by bacterial superinfection of lesional herpes zoster. The aim of this study was to determine whether inflammatory parameters, such as C-reactive protein (CRP) and blood counts, might be reliable biomarkers to distinguish b ...
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CLINICAL REPORT
Clinical and Pathological Relevance of Drug-induced Vitiligo in Patients Treated for Metastatic Melanoma with Anti-PD1 or BRAF/MEK Inhibitors
Alice Ramondetta, Simone Ribero, Luca Conti, Paolo Fava, Elena Marra, Paolo Broganelli, Virginia Caliendo, Franco Picciotto, Michele Guida, Maria Teresa Fierro, Pietro Quaglino
Current therapies for metastatic melanoma (anti-PD1 and BRAF/MEK inhibitors) can cause drug-induced vitiligo. The aim of this study is to dermatologically define and histologically characterize this new type of vitiligo, and assess the clinical course of the disease. Fourteen patients with metastatic melanoma treated with immune or targeted therapy were included in a dataset evaluating clinical da ...
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CLINICAL REPORT
Ixekizumab Results in Persistent Clinical Improvement in Moderate-to-Severe Genital Psoriasis During a 52 Week, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Phase 3 Clinical Trial
Lyn Guenther, Alison Potts Bleakman, Jamie Weisman, Yves Poulin, Lynda Spelman, Russel Burge, Janelle Erickson, Kristin Todd, Clinton C. Bertram, Caitriona Ryan
Ixekizumab was efficacious in treating moderate-to-severe genital psoriasis over 12 weeks. We evaluated the long-term efficacy and safety of ixekizumab for up to 52 weeks. Patients were randomized to 80 mg ixekizumab every 2 weeks or to placebo through Week 12, then received 80 mg open-label ixekizumab every 4 weeks through Week 52. In patients initially randomized to ixekizumab, clear or almost c ...
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SHORT COMMUNICATION
Health Outcomes and Direct Healthcare Costs in Patients with Melanoma: Associations with Level of Education
Alessandra Buja, Michele Rivera, Manuel Zorzi, Milena Sperotto, Susanna Baracco, Irene Italiano, Antonella Vecchiato, Paolo Del Fiore, Francesco Avossa, Maria Chiara Corti, Stefano Guzzinati, Mario Saia, Vincenzo Baldo, Massimo Rugge, Carlo Riccardo Rossi
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INVESTIGATIVE REPORT
The Skin Reservoir Model: A Tool for Evaluating Microdialysis Sampling of Large Biomarkers from Human Skin
Katrine Baumann, Sidsel Falkencrone, Niels Peter Hell Knudsen, Anders Woetmann, Sally Dabelsteen, Per Stahl Skov
Microdialysis is a well-established technique for sampling of small molecules from the human skin, but larger molecules are more difficult to recover. Consequently, sampling feasibility must be evaluated before microdialysis is used in vivo. This report presents a tool for estimating the recovery of large biomarkers from human skin by microdialysis, using previously frozen human skin specimens as ...
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SHORT COMMUNICATION
Ulceration in Prolidase Deficiency: Successful Treatment with Anticoagulants
Kira Süßmuth, Dieter Metze, Ana-Maria Muresan, Kai Lehmberg, Udo zur Stadt, Carsten Speckmann, Julien Heinrich Park, Thorsten Marquardt, Vinzenz Oji, Tobias Goerge
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REVIEW
Infectious Pseudochromhidrosis: A Case Report and Literature Review
Christoffer Aam Ingvaldsen, Truls Michael Leegaard, Gunnhild Kravdal, Cato Mørk
Infectious pseudochromhidrosis is a rare dermatological disorder, characterized by a change in colour of the sweat from normal skin, caused by pigments from microorganisms. Such pigments are a result of evolutionary competition among microorganisms, which appears to be a decisive factor in their survival, patho­genicity, and virulence. Four bacteria are known to be involved in infectious pseudoch ...
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ERRATUM
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