Volume 181,
December 2019 | Issue 6

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From genome‐wide association to biological explanation (Page 1113 - 1114)

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PADI3 , hair disorders and genomic investigation (Page 1115 - 1116)

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Shedding light on the itch of cholestasis (Page 1117 - 1117)

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Implementing polygenic risk scores in skin cancer: a step towards personalized risk prediction (Page 1117 - 1118)

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Towards a diagnosis of cellulitis (Page 1119 - 1119)

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Challenges in using topical calcineurin inhibitors as a treatment for recalcitrant oral lichen planus (Page 1120 - 1120)

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Appearance in acne: an often‐overlooked concept (Page 1121 - 1122)

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Into the (gluteal) fold: pilonidal disease and hidradenitis suppurativa – association or continuum? (Page 1121 - 1121)

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Oxytosin as a novel antidegenerative? (Page 1122 - 1123)

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Reversion for correction: fibroblasts to the rescue! (Page 1123 - 1124)

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Unravelling the microbiome in psoriasis (Page 1124 - 1125)

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Comparing apples, oranges and atopic dermatitis (Page 1125 - 1126)

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CD 8+ mycosis fungoides: a wolf in sheep’s clothing? (Page 1126 - 1127)

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Psoriasis, gut and microbiome (Page 1126 - 1126)

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Severe childhood psoriasis: need for safety and efficacy data on long‐term treatment with biologics (Page 1127 - 1128)

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REVIEW ARTICLES

The impact of stress on epidermal barrier function: an evidence‐based review (Page 1129 - 1137)

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Pruritus secondary to primary biliary cholangitis: a review of the pathophysiology and management with phototherapy (Page 1138 - 1145)

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Genome‐wide association studies and polygenic risk scores for skin cancer: clinically useful yet? (Page 1146 - 1155)

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SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

A systematic review showing the lack of diagnostic criteria and tools developed for lower‐limb cellulitis (Page 1156 - 1165)

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SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Topical calcineurin inhibitors in the treatment of oral lichen planus: a systematic review and meta‐analysis (Page 1166 - 1176)

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CLINICAL TRIAL

Sustained long‐term efficacy and safety of adalimumab in paediatric patients with severe chronic plaque psoriasis from a randomized, double‐blind, phase III study (Page 1177 - 1189)

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EPIDEMIOLOGY

Most associations of early‐life environmental exposures and genetic risk factors poorly differentiate between eczema phenotypes: the Generation R Study (Page 1190 - 1197)

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EPIDEMIOLOGY

Pilonidal sinus disease: an intergluteal localization of hidradenitis suppurativa/acne inversa: a cross‐sectional study among 2465 patients (Page 1198 - 1206)

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QUALITATIVE AND OUTCOMES RESEARCH

Development of a new patient‐reported outcome measure to evaluate treatments for acne and acne scarring: the ACNE ‐Q (Page 1207 - 1215)

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TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

Oxytocin alleviates cellular senescence through oxytocin receptor‐mediated extracellular signal‐regulated kinase/Nrf2 signalling (Page 1216 - 1225)

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TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

Atrophic acne scar: a process from altered metabolism of elastic fibres and collagen fibres based on transforming growth factor‐β1 signalling (Page 1226 - 1237)

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TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

Bone marrow transplant with post‐transplant cyclophosphamide for recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa expands the related donor pool and permits tolerance of nonhaematopoietic cellular grafts (Page 1238 - 1246)

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TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

Revertant mosaic fibroblasts in recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa (Page 1247 - 1253)

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TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

Combined culture and metagenomic analyses reveal significant shifts in the composition of the cutaneous microbiome in psoriasis (Page 1254 - 1264)

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GENERAL DERMATOLOGY

A standardization approach to compare treatment safety and effectiveness outcomes between clinical trials and real‐world populations in psoriasis (Page 1265 - 1271)

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GENERAL DERMATOLOGY

Different definitions of atopic dermatitis: impact on prevalence estimates and associated risk factors (Page 1272 - 1279)

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GENERAL DERMATOLOGY

Factors influencing prognosis for occupational hand eczema: new trends (Page 1280 - 1286)

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GENERAL DERMATOLOGY

Gut microbiota dysbiosis in a cohort of patients with psoriasis (Page 1287 - 1295)

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THERAPY

Interferon alfa‐2a maintenance after salvage autologous stem cell transplantation in atypical mycosis fungoides with central nervous system involvement (Page 1296 - 1302)

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RESEARCH LETTERS

Prioritization of Cochrane Systematic Reviews (Page 1303 - 1304)

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Respiratory virus infection triggers acute psoriasis flares across different clinical subtypes and genetic backgrounds (Page 1304 - 1306)

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Psoriasis and liver fibrosis: an investigation using transient elastography in Tunisian patients with psoriasis (Page 1306 - 1308)

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Trends in usage of the terms keratinocyte carcinoma and nonmelanoma skin cancer in the medical literature (Page 1308 - 1309)

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The detection rate of human papillomavirus in well‐differentiated squamous cell carcinoma and keratoacanthoma: is there new evidence for a viral pathogenesis of keratoacanthoma? (Page 1309 - 1311)

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Use of dupilumab in patients who are HIV‐positive: report of four cases (Page 1311 - 1312)

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Mast cell activation in Dowling–Degos disease (Page 1312 - 1314)

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Merkel cell carcinoma in kidney transplant recipients in Ireland 1964–2018 (Page 1314 - 1315)

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Efficacy and safety of brentuximab vedotin plus bendamustine in advanced‐stage primary cutaneous T‐cell lymphomas (Page 1315 - 1317)

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Association of cicatricial alopecia with chemical hair straightening (Page 1317 - 1319)

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Relapse of psoriasis in patients who asked to discontinue etanercept after achieving a stable clinical remission (Page 1319 - 1320)

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Curcumin suppresses interleukin‐6 production in THP‐1 monocytes induced by Propionibacterium acnes extracts via downregulation of Toll‐like receptor 2 expression and the nuclear factor kappa B pathway (Page 1320 - 1322)

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Myosin heavy chain, a novel allergen for fish allergy in patients with atopic dermatitis (Page 1322 - 1324)

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Does surgery of lymphatic malformations lead to an increase in superficial lymphangiectasia? A retrospective study of 43 patients (Page 1324 - 1325)

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Pompholyx vesicles contain small clusters of cells with high levels of hyaluronate resembling the pustulovesicles of palmoplantar pustulosis (Page 1325 - 1327)

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Three novel mutations in GPNMB in two pedigrees with amyloidosis cutis dyschromica (Page 1327 - 1329)

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Which patients with chronic pruritus are presented for psychological assessment by their dermatologists? Results from a consecutive sample (Page 1329 - 1330)

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Rapid response of pityriasis rubra pilaris with psoriasis overlap to secukinumab (Page 1331 - 1332)

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Clinical characteristics of primary cutaneous lymphoma: analysis from two centres in China (Page 1332 - 1333)

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Risk of associated cerebrovascular anomalies in children with segmental facial haemangiomas (Page 1334 - 1335)

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The refined Hurley classification: the inter‐rater and intrarater reliability and face validity (Page 1335 - 1337)

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Cross‐sectional screening study for Leishmania DNA and antibodies in biologic‐treated patients with psoriasis living in an area endemic for leishmaniasis (Page 1337 - 1339)

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Defining lesional, perilesional and unaffected skin in hidradenitis suppurativa: proposed recommendations for clinical trials and translational research studies (Page 1339 - 1341)

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Oral antibiotics in acne: a retrospective single‐centre analysis of current prescribing in primary care and its alignment with the national antibiotic quality premium (Page 1341 - 1342)

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Comment on ‘The detection rate of human papillomavirus in well‐differentiated squamous cell carcinoma and keratoacanthoma: is there new evidence for a viral pathogenesis of keratoacanthoma?’ (Page 1343 - 1345)

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Severe vitamin D deficiency associated with BRAF ‐mutated melanoma (Page 1343 - 1343)

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Comment on `The detection rate of human papillomavirus in well‐differentiated squamous cell carcinoma and keratoacanthoma: is there new evidence for a viral pathogenesis of keratoacanthoma?’ ‐ reply from authors (Page 1345 - 1346)

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BOOK REVIEW

Dermatologic Reactions to Cancer Therapies (Series in Dermatological Treatment), 1st edn. Gabriella Fabbrocini, Mario Lacouture, Antonella Tosti, eds. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2019; 173 pp. ISBN: 978‐1‐138‐03553‐9. Price: £74.99. (Page 1346 - 1346)

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News and Notices (Page 1347 - 1348)

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