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Dermatology and Therapy

Research, treatment and aesthetic interventions in dermatology

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04.12.2021 | Original Research Open Access

Long-Term Benefit–Risk Profiles of Treatments for Moderate-to-Severe Plaque Psoriasis: A Network Meta-Analysis

Psoriasis, an inflammatory skin disease, is estimated to affect approximately 0.84% of the global population [ 1 ], with higher prevalence in Australasia, Europe, and North America [ 2 , 3 ]. Symptoms of plaque psoriasis are multifactorial and vary …

01.12.2021 | Review Open Access

Microneedling and Its Use in Hair Loss Disorders: A Systematic Review

Alopecia is a common cosmetic concern affecting over 50% of adults throughout a lifetime [ 1 ]. Hair loss disorders are typically categorized into scarring and nonscarring alopecias, with treatments dependent on the pathogenesis and diagnosis …

30.11.2021 | Original Research Open Access

Clinical Tailoring of Baricitinib 2 mg in Atopic Dermatitis: Baseline Body Surface Area and Rapid Onset of Action Identifies Response at Week 16

This article is published with digital features, including a video abstract, to facilitate understanding of the article. To view digital features for this article go to .

30.11.2021 | Study Protocol Open Access

Clinical Utility of Silk-Elastin Sponge in Patients with Chronic and Acute Skin Ulcers: Study Protocol of a Multicenter Clinical Trial

30.11.2021 | Original Research Open Access

Validation of the Alopecia Areata Patient Priority Outcomes (AAPPO) Questionnaire in Adults and Adolescents with Alopecia Areata

Alopecia areata (AA) is an autoimmune condition that targets the hair follicles, with an estimated self-reported point prevalence of approximately 1% [ 1 ]. Studies have shown that people living with AA are at a higher risk than the general …

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Dermatology and Therapy is focused on cutting-edge research, treatment, and aesthetic interventions in dermatology. Emphasis is placed on articles that investigate the clinical aspects of dermatology, such as skin pharmacology; skin development and aging, prevention, diagnosis, and management of skin disorders; and research into dermal structures and pathology. Articles relating to diagnosis, pharmacoeconomics, outcomes, patient care, management, education, and quality of life are also encouraged. The journal is fully open access, internationally peer-reviewed and offers rapid publication (peer review within 2 week, online 3-4 weeks from acceptance).

The journal is of interest to a broad audience of pharmaceutical and healthcare professionals and publishes original research papers, drug reviews, case reports, and short communications.

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