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Clinical Investigations

Screening for Brain Involvement in Infants with Multifocal Cutaneous Infantile Hemangiomas

Friedland R. · Ben Amitai D. · Zvulunov A.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000484598)
link -Key Message: Routine brain ultrasound is probably not justified in infants with multifocal cutaneous infantile hemangiomas.
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Original Paper

Successful Treatment of Autoimmune Urticaria with Low-Dose Prednisolone Therapy Administered for a Few Months: A Case Series of 42 Patients

Vas K. · Altmayer A. · Mihályi L. · Garaczi E. · Kinyó Á. · Jakobicz E. · Husz S. · Kemény L. · Bata-Csörgő Z.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000484085)
link -Key Message: Low-dose oral corticosteroid therapy administered for a few months can treat autoimmune urticaria patients.
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Review Paper

Emerging Treatment Options in Atopic Dermatitis: Systemic Therapies

Nygaard U. · Vestergaard C. · Deleuran M.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000484406)
link -Key Message: The amount of novel systemic drugs in the development for treating atopic dermatitis is ever increasing and may hold a promise of better treatment for patients with severe, recalcitrant and chronic disease. We present emerging therapies in a systematic fashion by summarizing the major background information on each therapeutic target, directly followed by an appraisal of the existing data and studies involving the drugs in this category. The aim of this review is to make a vast field of research easily accessible to anyone interested in the advancement of AD-related drugs.
Free Access

Skin Infections due to Bacteria in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients: A Review

Ilyas M. · Maganty N. · Ginsberg Z. · Sharma A.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000484405)
link -Key Message: A comprehensive review of bacterial cutaneous infections in the solid organ transplant population is presented.
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Free Access

Letter to Dermatology

The Magnitude of mTORC1 Signalling May Predict the Response to Isotretinoin Treatment in Patients with Hidradenitis Suppurativa

De Vita V. · Melnik B.C.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000484408)
link -Key Message: HS patients who have higher levels of mTOR expression may represent an inflammation-prone subgroup who may exhibit a higher benefit from isotretinoin treatment.
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IDEOM - Original Paper

Th17 Inhibitors in Active Psoriatic Arthritis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Clinical Trials

Naik G.S. · Ming W.K. · Magodoro I.M. · Akinwunmi B. · Dar S. · Poulsen H.E. · Kristensen L.E. · Ellervik C.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000484520)
link -Key Message: In active psoriatic arthritis, Th17 inhibitors produce a clinically significant improvement in joint disease activity.
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Letter to Dermatology

Melanoma Screening

Jørgensen K.J.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000484948)
link -Key Message: Melanoma screening exists without evidence and should not be performed outside a randomised trial due to serious harms.
Free Access

Skin Cancer - Original Paper

Evaluation of the National Swiss Skin Cancer Screening Campaign 2013: Do We Do the Right Thing

Braun R.-P. · Ulrich K. · Hunger R. · Gaide O. · Arnold A. · Merat R. · Dummer R. · Hafner J. · French L.E. · Cozzio A.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000484946)
link -Key Message: The costs of free screening programs compare favorably with the prevented potential therapeutic costs of late-stage melanoma.
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Dermoscopy and Imaging - Original Paper

Dermoscopy of Morphea and Cutaneous Lichen Sclerosus: Clinicopathological Correlation Study and Comparative Analysis

Errichetti E. · Lallas A. · Apalla Z. · Di Stefani A. · Stinco G.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000484947)
link -Key Message: Dermoscopy of morphea/cutaneous lichen sclerosus shows relevant subclinical findings, thereby being useful in their diagnostic/therapeutic management.
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Original Paper

Serum Leptin, Resistin, and Adiponectin Concentrations in Psoriasis: A Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies

Kyriakou A. · Patsatsi A. · Sotiriadis D. · Goulis D.G.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000481882)
link -Key Message: Resistin concentrations are higher and adiponectin concentrations are lower in patients with psoriasis, supporting a pathogenic link between psoriasis and metabolic syndrome/obesity.
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Review Paper

Emerging Treatment Options in Atopic Dermatitis: Topical Therapies

Nygaard U. · Deleuran M. · Vestergaard C.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000484407)
link -Key Message: There are several new topical therapies in the pipeline for treating mild to moderate atopic dermatitis and as a supplement to systemic treatment in more severe, recalcitrant, and chronic disease. In this review, we present emerging topical therapies in a systematic fashion by summarizing the major background information followed by an appraisal of the existing data and studies related to the drugs.
Free Access

Clinical Investigations

Palmar Telangiectasias: A Cutaneous Sign for Smoking

Levi A. · Shechter R. · Lapidoth M. · Enk C.D.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000481855)
link -Key Message: The presence of palmar telangiectasias is highly indicative of past or present smoking.
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Letter to Dermatology

Use of Dipeptidyl-Peptidase IV Inhibitors and Bullous Pemphigoid

Schaffer C. · Buclin T. · Jornayvaz F.R. · Cazzaniga S. · Borradori L. · Gilliet M. · Feldmeyer L.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000480498)
link Key Message: Our retrospective case-control study raises the awareness that BP might be a potential side effect of DPP4i.
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Original Paper

Is There a Relation between Vitamin D and Interleukin-17 in Vitiligo? A Cross-Sectional Study

Aly D. · Mohammed F. · Sayed K. · Gawdat H. · Mashaly H. · Abdel Hay R. · Elias T. · Agaiby M.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000479925)
link -Key Message: Vitamin D can have a potential role in the complex pathogenesis of vitiligo.
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IDEOM - Original Paper

Low Utilization of the Dermatology Ambulatory Encounter among Patients with Hidradenitis Suppurativa: A Population-Based Retrospective Cohort Analysis in the USA

Garg A. · Lavian J. · Strunk A.
Dermatology (DOI:10.1159/000480379)
link -Key Message: There is low ambulatory dermatology utilization among hidradenitis suppurativa patients in the USA.
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