Featured Content

Free Content

SURGICAL DERMATOLOGY

Variability in the diagnosis of surgical‐site infections after full‐thickness skin grafting: an international survey (Page 1169 - 1175)

Enlarge

Figure 3

Enlarge

Figure 2

Enlarge

Figure 1

Plain Language Summary available

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond
Free Content

GENERAL DERMATOLOGY

Post‐traumatic stress disorder in Stevens–Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis: prevalence and risk factors. A prospective study of 31 patients (Page 1206 - 1213)

Enlarge

Figure 1

Enlarge

Figure 2

Plain Language Summary available

Media

YouTube

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond

Just Published

Research Letters

Postzygotic mosaicism in a woman with Goltz syndrome mimics segmental angioma serpiginosum

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond

Translational Research

Antipruritic effects of transient heat stimulation on histaminergic and nonhistaminergic itch

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond

Letters to the Editor

Conceptual, statistical and clinical interpretation of results from: Cryosurgery combined with topical interventions for actinic keratosis: reply from the authors

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond

Review Articles

Disease trajectories in childhood atopic dermatitis: an update and practitioner’s guide

Media

bjd17766-sup-0101-TableS1.pptx

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond

Research Letters

Eczematous eruption during anti‐interleukin 17 treatment of psoriasis: an emerging condition

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond

Research Letters

Digitally reconstructed top‐down view images provide intuitive understanding of the correlation between dermoscopy and histopathology: a good educational tool

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond

Research Letters

A novel de novo mutation substantiates KDF 1 as a gene causing ectodermal dysplasia

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond

Research Letters

Are drug intradermal tests dangerous to explore cross‐reactivity and co‐sensitization in DRESS?

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond

Translational Research

Inherited MC 1R variants in patients with melanoma are associated with better survival in women

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond

Research Letters

Clinical presentation, therapeutic approach and outcome of primary cutaneous marginal zone B‐cell lymphoma presenting as AL amyloidoma of the skin

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond
View all original articles

Case Reports

CLINICAL AND DIAGNOSTIC

Recurrent fungal infections in a Chinese patient with CARD9 deficiency and a review of 48 cases

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond
Free Content

THERAPY

Combined tetrahydrocannabinol and cannabidiol to treat pain in epidermolysis bullosa: a report of three cases

Commentary or Editorial available

Plain Language Summary available

0

Login to favourite Read & Respond

What's New

@BrJDermatol

17 May 2019

RT Christopher Bridgett @ckbridgett: #EczemaExplained 💡#HabitReversal: “...the reduction in scratching needs to be maintained for about four weeks, and combined with optimised conventional treatment” ➡️https://t.co/Y2fuTS4WwZ @eczemasupport @BrJDermatol @PsychoDermUK https://t.co/QfKuXzFcwC

@BrJDermatol

17 May 2019

Editor's choice: #realworld comparison of the three quality-of-life #QoL #AtopicDermatitis assessments. Sufficient validity and feasibility achieved. #eczema #AdultDerm #PatientExperience https://t.co/P4hPybBnYl https://t.co/7RbY421Mz7

@BrJDermatol

17 May 2019

Read more about this unusual presentation of subungual localisation of a second primary #melanoma during #BRAF inhibitors treatment for #metastatic #melanoma #BJD #Dermatology https://t.co/5V1Id6Ewzg https://t.co/WwZax6htVX

@BrJDermatol

16 May 2019

RT The British Association of Dermatologists @HealthySkin4All: It's #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, a campaign run by @mentalhealth. Skin conditions can have a huge impact on your mental health. We created Skin Support to help people change how they feel about their skin. https://t.co/jwNFAsEr8T https://t.co/AT8Viia6wz

@BrJDermatol

16 May 2019

This #OpenAccess review in @BrJDermatol provides useful insights for physicians and #patients to inform them better about the risk of #progression and to help guide care pathways for the paediatric population with #AtopicDermatitis. Leave us a comment: https://t.co/Y136UEGGtK https://t.co/1Il9aUR53B

@BrJDermatol

16 May 2019

RT CED @ced_wiley: Time to have your say! Please spare a few minutes to complete the CED reader survey to help improve the journal and see more of what you want. https://t.co/dce4DuieAg https://t.co/Zz09Bfk6VP

View more
Close