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26.11.2020 | Original Research Article

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Patients with Suboptimal Response to Adalimumab for Hidradenitis Suppurativa: A Retrospective Case Series

Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) is a chronic inflammatory disease presenting with recurrent painful abscesses and dermal tunnels in apocrine gland-bearing skin that is estimated to affect 0.03–1% of the general population [ 1 ]. As of today, no cure …

25.11.2020 | Review Article

Repurposing Ophthalmologic Timolol for Dermatologic Use: Caveats and Historical Review of Adverse Events

Ophthalmic timolol solution is increasingly being repurposed as a topical therapeutic for a variety of dermatologic diseases, including pyogenic granulomas, infantile hemangiomas, and chronic wounds. There are no published guidelines or protocols …

12.11.2020 | Original Research Article

Isotretinoin and Risk of Cardiovascular Events in Adults with Acne: A Population-based Retrospective Cohort Study

Acne vulgaris is a prevalent skin condition that has substantial medical, economic, social, and psychological impacts. This disorder accounts for 10% of primary care office visits and a direct cost exceeding US$3 billion per year [ 1 ]. Oral …

11.11.2020 | Systematic Review

Identifying the Impacts of Acne and the Use of Questionnaires to Detect These Impacts: A Systematic Literature Review

The Acne Core Outcome Research Network (ACORN) was established in 2013 to identify core outcome sets for use in clinical studies of acne and its treatment. The intention is that these core outcomes will be internationally relevant, widely adopted …

09.11.2020 | Review Article

Immunogenicity of Biologic and Biosimilar Therapies for Psoriasis and Impact of Novel Immunoassays for Immunogenicity Detection

Anti-drug antibodies (ADAs) may develop against originator biologic and biosimilar therapies used for the treatment of psoriasis and may be the cause of initial therapeutic non-response or diminished therapeutic response over time. Comparing …

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The American Journal of Clinical Dermatology promotes evidence-based therapy and effective patient management within the discipline of dermatology by publishing critical and comprehensive review articles and clinically focussed original research articles covering all aspects of the management of dermatological conditions.

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