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Dermatology

Vol. 232, No. 6, 2016

Issue release date: April 2017

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Review Paper
633

Psoriasis and Obesity

Jensen P. · Skov L.
Dermatology 2016;232:633-639 (DOI:10.1159/000455840)
link -Key Message: Psoriasis is associated with obesity, and therefore nutritional care should be part of the management of psoriasis.
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Original Paper
640

Efficacy and Survival of Systemic Psoriasis Treatments: An Analysis of the Swiss Registry SDNTT

Maul J.-T. · Djamei V. · Kolios A.G.A. · Meier B. · Czernielewski J. · Jungo P. · Yawalkar N. · Mainetti C. · Laffitte E. · Spehr C. · Anliker M. · Streit M. · Augustin M. · Rustenbach S. · Conrad C. · Hafner J. · Boehncke W.-H. · Borradori L. · Gilliet M. · Itin P. · French L.E. · Häusermann P. · Navarini A.A.
Dermatology 2016;232:640-647 (DOI:10.1159/000452740)
link -Key Message: Current therapeutic targets of PASI75 were reached in only 58% in this real-world setting.
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648

Alexithymia and Plaque Psoriasis: Preliminary Investigation in a Clinical Sample of 250 Patients

Talamonti M. · Galluzzo M. · Servoli S. · D'Adamio S. · Bianchi L.
Dermatology 2016;232:648-654 (DOI:10.1159/000453661)
link -Key Message: The assessment of alexithymia should be a part of the comprehensive care of psoriasis patients.
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IDEOM - Original Paper
655

Superiority in Quality of Life Improvement of Biologics over Conventional Systemic Drugs in a Swiss Real-Life Psoriasis Registry

Jungo P. · Maul J.-T. · Djamei V. · von Felten S. · Kolios A.G.A. · Czernielewsk J. · Yawalkar N. · Odermatt O. · Laffitte E. · Anliker M. · Streit M. · Augustin M. · Conrad C. · Hafner J. · Boehncke W.-H. · Gilliet M. · Itin P. · French L.E. · Navarini A.A. · Häusermann P.
Dermatology 2016;232:655-663 (DOI:10.1159/000455042)
link -Key Message: Biologics improve the subjective disease activity more than conventional systemic drugs as shown in a Swiss real-life psoriasis registry.
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Original Paper
664

Impaired Pulmonary Function in Patients with Psoriasis

Balci D.D. · Celik E. · Genc S. · Çelik M.M. · Inan M.U.
Dermatology 2016;232:664-667 (DOI:10.1159/000456032)
link -Key Message: Psoriasis patients demonstrate impaired pulmonary function compared with control subjects.
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Tattoo and Body Art - Original Paper
668

Classification of Tattoo Complications in a Hospital Material of 493 Adverse Events

Serup J. · Sepehri M. · Hutton Carlsen K.
Dermatology 2016;232:668-678 (DOI:10.1159/000452148)
link Key Message: Classification of tattoo complications seen in the hospital material of 493 adverse events.
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679

Papulo-Nodular Reactions in Black Tattoos as Markers of Sarcoidosis: Study of 92 Tattoo Reactions from a Hospital Material

Sepehri M. · Hutton Carlsen K. · Serup J.
Dermatology 2016;232:679-686 (DOI:10.1159/000453315)
link -Key Message: Black tattoos with papulo-nodular reactions should be seen as markers of sarcoidosis involving other organs.
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Original Paper
687

Quality of Life and Psychosocial Implications in Patients with Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Kouris A. · Platsidaki E. · Christodoulou C. · Efstathiou V. · Dessinioti C. · Tzanetakou V. · Korkoliakou P. · Zisimou C. · Antoniou C. · Kontochristopoulos G.
Dermatology 2016;232:687-691 (DOI:10.1159/000453355)
link Key Message: Hidradenitis suppurativa is a long-term skin disease associated with high levels of psychological distress and significant life impact.
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692

Factors Contributing to Depression and Chronic Pain in Patients with Hidradenitis Suppurativa: Results from a Single-Center Retrospective Review

Vangipuram R. · Vaidya T. · Jandarov R. · Alikhan A.
Dermatology 2016;232:692-695 (DOI:10.1159/000453259)
link -Key Message: The extent of disease, rather than its severity, is more significant in causing distress to patients with hidradenitis suppurativa.
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696

Early Detection of Desiccation and Curettage Failure in the Treatment of Basal Cell Carcinoma

Woldow A.B. · Melvin M.E.
Dermatology 2016;232:696-699 (DOI:10.1159/000452884)
link Key Message: This is a novel method of deterring BCC treatment success by submitting curettage fragments for histological examination.
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Skin Cancer - Original Paper
700

Cutaneous Neoplasms in Myotonic Dystrophy Type 1

Marcoval J. · Olivé M. · Bonfill-Ortí M. · Martínez-Molina L. · Talavera-Belmonte A.
Dermatology 2016;232:700-703 (DOI:10.1159/000456074)
link -Key Message: Myotonic dystrophy predisposes to the development of basal cell carcinomas at a young age.
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704

Unknown Primary Melanoma: Worldwide Survey on Clinical Management

Ribero S. · Pampena R. · Bataille V. · Moscarella E. · Thomas L. · Quaglino P. · Potenza C. · Van Akkooi A.C.J. · Testori A. · Nathan P. · Puig S. · Zalaudek I. · Argenziano G. · Longo C.
Dermatology 2016;232:704-707 (DOI:10.1159/000453592)
link Key Message: The management of unknown primary melanoma is highly heterogeneous; thus, a consensus document is needed.
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708

Comparison of “Lesion-by-Lesion” and Field Photodynamic Therapy in the Prevention of Actinic Keratoses: A Randomized, Split-Face, Single-Blind Pilot Study

Seubring I. · Groenewoud J.M.M. · Gerritsen M.-J.P.
Dermatology 2016;232:708-714 (DOI:10.1159/000453610)
link -Key Message: In-patient comparison of “lesion-by-lesion” and “field” MAL-PDT (methyl aminolevulinate photodynamic therapy) demonstrates the superiority of field MAL-PDT with respect to the prevention of actinic keratoses.
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Original Paper
715

What Is the Key to Improving Renal Transplant Recipients' Awareness of Skin Cancer Risk?

Borghi A. · Corazza M. · Battaglia Y. · Maietti E. · Minghetti S. · Virgili A.
Dermatology 2016;232:715-720 (DOI:10.1159/000458756)
link -Key Message: Improving the way education is delivered to transplant recipients may increase their awareness of skin cancer risk.
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Skin Cancer - Original Paper
721

Efficacy and Tolerance of Cetuximab Alone or Combined with Chemotherapy in Locally Advanced or Metastatic Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma: An Open Study of 14 Patients

Dereure O. · Missan H. · Girard C. · Costes V. · Guillot B.
Dermatology 2016;232:721-730 (DOI:10.1159/000461578)
link -Key Message: Cetuximab alone or with chemotherapy may control locally advanced or metastatic cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma.
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731

Risk Factors for Skin Infections in Mycosis Fungoides

Lebas E. · Arrese J.E. · Nikkels A.F.
Dermatology 2016;232:731-737 (DOI:10.1159/000455944)
link -Key Message: Late-stage mycosis fungoides patients with extended lesions should be closely monitored for cutaneous (viral, bacterial, or fungal) infections.
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Original Paper
738

Characterization of Cutaneous Plasmacytosis at Different Disease Stages

Hsiao P.-F. · Wu Y.-H.
Dermatology 2016;232:738-747 (DOI:10.1159/000456073)
link -Key Message: This study characterizes the features of cutaneous plasmacytosis at different stages of the disease.
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Basic Science Investigations
748

Luminex LiquiChip System for the Evaluation of Cytokine Levels in Patients with Contact Dermatitis to Potassium Dichromate

Akerman L. · Klein T. · Israeli M. · Fraser A. · Sagy E. · Snast I. · Mimouni D. · David M. · Trattner A.
Dermatology 2016;232:748-751 (DOI:10.1159/000456031)
link -Key Message: The Luminex LiquiChip is a promising in vitro method for the diagnosis of allergic contact dermatitis.
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Original Paper
752

Clinical Presentation of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis caused by Leishmania major

Remadi L. · Haouas N. · Chaara D. · Slama D. · Chargui N. · Dabghi R. · Jbeniani H. · Mezhoud H. · Babba H.
Dermatology 2016;232:752-759 (DOI:10.1159/000456543)
link -Key Message: This article presents an overview of the clinical polymorphism of cutaneous leishmaniasis caused by Leishmania major in Tunisia.
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Acknowledgement to Referees for Dermatology 2016

Dermatology 2016;232:760-761 (DOI:10.1159/000475488)
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Contents Vol. 232, 2016

Dermatology 2016;232:I-X (DOI:10.1159/000475489)
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