British Journal of Dermatology
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Lower risk of atopic dermatitis among infants born extremely preterm compared with higher gestational age.
We investigated the relationship between gestational age (GA) and AD using data from two independent population-based cohorts, including a total of 2329 preterm infants, of whom 479 were born extremely preterm. There was a lower percentage of children with AD in the extremely preterm group compared...
Biologic therapy for psoriasis: early response implies future success.
Knowledge, attitudes and behaviour in everyday life with chronic hand eczema: a qualitative study.
Chronic hand eczema is a common disease that may impact quality of life and have occupational and social consequences. Self-management is pivotal, both in handling acute eruptions and avoiding relapses. However, little is known about how people with hand eczema self-manage and integrate their diseas...
The three dimensions of skin disease burden: 'now', 'long term' and 'family'.
Paediatric pseudoxanthoma elasticum with cardiovascular involvement.
Pseudoxanthoma elasticum (PXE) is characterized by aberrant mineralization of connective tissues, causing considerable morbidity and mortality. The disease is typically of late onset, the skin manifestations first being noted in the teens or later. Another aberrant mineralization disorder, generaliz...
A TREAT in store for those wishing to identify uncertainties in the treatment of severe childhood eczema.
Multisystemic diseases and ethnicity: a focus on lupus erythematosus, systemic sclerosis, sarcoidosis and Behçet disease.
We present an overview of the association between ethnicity and the clinical and epidemiological aspects of four multisystemic diseases: lupus erythematosus, systemic sclerosis, sarcoidosis and Behçet disease. In particular, we highlight observed ethnic differences in cutaneous manifestations of the...
'Ethnic skin' and why the study of human cutaneous diversity is important.
An observational cross-sectional survey of rosacea: clinical associations and progression between subtypes.
Few studies have evaluated differences between rosacea subtypes in epidemiological associations and clinical features. The natural history of rosacea is unknown and progression between subtypes has been implied but not formally evaluated. To assess associations between the four rosacea subtypes [ery...
Clinical and dermoscopic characteristics of Merkel cell carcinoma.
Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC) is an aggressive cutaneous malignancy with a high mortality rate. Diagnosis is often delayed. To characterize the dermoscopic features of MCC. Clinical and dermoscopic images of 12 biopsy-proven MCCs were analysed in a retrospective manner, with existing dermoscopic crite...