Volume 177: Issue 1
July 2017

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EDITORIALS

Positive about negative: no need for a pink cloud of fluff and justifications (Page 1 - 3)

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What progress have we made in the treatment of atopic eczema? Putting the new biological therapies into a wider context (Page 4 - 6)

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Biologics for psoriasis: more drugs, new patient categories, but fresh challenges for clinical dermatologists (Page 7 - 8)

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COMMENTARIES

Pathogenesis of morphoea: knowledge gaps in subtypes and comparisons to systemic sclerosis (Page 9 - 10)

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Candida infections and interleukin‐17 inhibitors used in dermatology (Page 10 - 11)

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Percutaneous absorption risks in atopic dermatitis (Page 11 - 12)

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A new potential option for topical treatment of basal cell carcinoma? (Page 12 - 13)

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Clinical significance of immunoglobulin E in bullous pemphigoid (Page 13 - 14)

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Antimalarials in cutaneous lupus erythematous subtypes (Page 14 - 15)

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To learn more about sickle cell ulcers (Page 15 - 16)

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Prognostic factors of patients with linear IgA bullous dermatosis (Page 16 - 17)

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Folliculotropic mycosis fungoides is a heterogenous group (Page 17 - 18)

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New technology discloses the tumour margin of extramammary Paget disease? (Page 18 - 19)

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A practical approach to the initial dose and subsequent increments for ultraviolet A1 phototherapy (Page 19 - 20)

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Lessons to be learned from type 1 segmental Gorlin syndrome (Page 20 - 21)

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Mild classical xeroderma pigmentosum (Page 21 - 22)

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REVIEW ARTICLES

Biosimilars for psoriasis: clinical studies to determine similarity (Page 23 - 33)

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The molecular pathogenesis of morphoea: from genetics to future treatment targets (Page 34 - 46)

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Candida infections in patients with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis treated with interleukin‐17 inhibitors and their practical management (Page 47 - 62)

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The complex biology and contribution of Staphylococcus aureus in atopic dermatitis, current and future therapies (Page 63 - 71)

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Drug‐induced pyoderma gangrenosum: a model to understand the pathogenesis of pyoderma gangrenosum (Page 72 - 83)

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SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Skin absorption through atopic dermatitis skin: a systematic review (Page 84 - 106)

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CLINICAL TRIALS

Antipruritic effect of pretreatment with topical capsaicin 8% on histamine‐ and cowhage‐evoked itch in healthy volunteers: a randomized, vehicle‐controlled, proof‐of‐concept trial (Page 107 - 116)

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CLINICAL TRIALS

A phase I clinical trial demonstrates that nfP2X7‐targeted antibodies provide a novel, safe and tolerable topical therapy for basal cell carcinoma (Page 117 - 124)

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CLINICAL TRIALS

Determining Effects of Superfine Sheep wool in IN fantile Eczema ( DESSINE ): a randomized paediatric crossover study (Page 125 - 133)

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EPIDEMIOLOGY

The global burden of melanoma: results from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015 (Page 134 - 140)

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TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

Detection of IgE autoantibodies to BP 180 and BP 230 and their relationship to clinical features in bullous pemphigoid (Page 141 - 151)

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TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

A clinical and serological study of linear IgA bullous dermatosis without linear immunoglobulin deposition other than IgA at the basement membrane zone using direct immunofluorescence (Page 152 - 157)

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TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

Pathological changes of adipose tissue in secondary lymphoedema (Page 158 - 167)

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TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

Micro RNA (miR)‐203 and miR‐205 expression patterns identify subgroups of prognosis in cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (Page 168 - 178)

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Siramesine causes preferential apoptosis of mast cells in skin biopsies from psoriatic lesions (Page 179 - 187)

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MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY

Efficacy and comparison of antimalarials in cutaneous lupus erythematosus subtypes: a systematic review and meta‐analysis (Page 188 - 196)

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MEDICAL DERMATOLOGY

A Topical Treatment Optimization Programme ( TTOP ) improves clinical outcome for calcipotriol/betamethasone gel in psoriasis: results of a 64‐week multinational randomized phase IV study in 1790 patients ( PSO ‐ TOP ) (Page 197 - 205)

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GENERAL DERMATOLOGY

Factors predictive of leg‐ulcer healing in sickle cell disease: a multicentre, prospective cohort study (Page 206 - 211)

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GENERAL DERMATOLOGY

Idiopathic linear IgA bullous dermatosis: prognostic factors based on a case series of 72 adults (Page 212 - 222)

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GENERAL DERMATOLOGY

Recommendations for treatment in folliculotropic mycosis fungoides: report of the Dutch Cutaneous Lymphoma Group (Page 223 - 228)

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GENERAL DERMATOLOGY

Three‐dimensional evaluation of subclinical extension of extramammary Paget disease: visualization of the histological border and its comparison to the clinical border (Page 229 - 237)

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GENERAL DERMATOLOGY

Determination of the minimal erythema dose for ultraviolet A1 radiation (Page 238 - 244)

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PERSPECTIVES

A critical eye on registry data in psoriasis (Page 245 - 246)

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PERSPECTIVES

Providing dermatological care in resource‐limited settings: barriers and potential solutions (Page 247 - 248)

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CLINICAL AND DIAGNOSTIC

Postzygotic mosaicism in basal cell naevus syndrome (Page 249 - 252)

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INSIGHTS THROUGH TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE

An XPA gene splicing mutation resulting in trace protein expression in an elderly patient with xeroderma pigmentosum group A without neurological abnormalities (Page 253 - 257)

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Cross‐sectional evaluation of acute adverse reactions during ultraviolet A1 phototherapy (Page 258 - 259)

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Frontal fibrosing alopecia in men: an association with facial moisturizers and sunscreens (Page 260 - 261)

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Digenic inheritance in epidermolysis bullosa simplex involving two novel mutations in KRT 5 and KRT 14 (Page 262 - 264)

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Survey of dermatologists demonstrates widely varying approaches to perioperative antibiotic use: time for a randomized trial? (Page 265 - 266)

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Persistence of interleukin ( IL )‐17A+ T lymphocytes and IL ‐17A expression in treatment‐resistant psoriatic plaques despite ustekinumab therapy (Page 267 - 270)

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Progressive multifocal leucoencephalopathy and psoriasis (Page 271 - 272)

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Patients with hidradenitis suppurativa have no increased risk of Alzheimer disease (Page 273 - 275)

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Has the epidemic of allergic contact dermatitis due to methylisothiazolinone reached its peak? (Page 276 - 278)

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Expression of innate immune defence genes in healthy and onychomycotic nail and stratum corneum (Page 279 - 281)

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Monitoring vitamin D in the patient with melanoma: impact of sun avoidance on vitamin D levels of patients with melanoma at a U.K. tertiary‐referral melanoma service (Page 282 - 283)

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Palmoplantar keratoderma and Charcot–Marie–Tooth disease: combination of two independent genetic diseases? Identification of two point mutations in the MPZ and KRT 1 genes by whole‐exome sequencing (Page 284 - 286)

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Primary cutaneous B‐cell lymphoma: systemic spread is rare while cutaneous relapses and secondary malignancies are frequent (Page 287 - 289)

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Mutational analysis of 29 patients with autosomal‐recessive woolly hair and hypotrichosis: LIPH mutations are extremely predominant in autosomal‐recessive woolly hair and hypotrichosis in Japan (Page 290 - 292)

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Pathological alterations involve the entire skin physiological milieu in infantile and early‐childhood port‐wine stain (Page 293 - 296)

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Efficacies of biological therapies at week 12 in patients with plaque psoriasis in real‐world academic clinical practice: a Canadian multicentre retrospective study (Page 297 - 298)

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A practical clinical recording system for cases of desquamative gingivitis (Page 299 - 301)

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Consumption of polyunsaturated fatty acids and risk of incident psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis from the Nurses’ Health Study II (Page 302 - 306)

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Predatory journals in dermatology (Page 307 - 309)

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A visual literacy course for dermatology trainees (Page 310 - 311)

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Beta‐catenin causes fibrotic changes in the extracellular matrix via upregulation of collagen I transcription (Page 312 - 315)

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Interviews with paediatric rheumatologists about psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis in children: how can specialties learn from each other? (Page 316 - 318)

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Phenotypic spectrum of autosomal recessive congenital ichthyosis due to PNPLA 1 mutation (Page 319 - 322)

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Response to ‘Frontal fibrosing alopecia in men: an association with facial moisturizers and sunscreens’ (Page 323 - 323)

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Cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma and the PARK 2 gene (Page 323 - 324)

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Imiquimod treatment for lentigo maligna: LIMIT ‐1 trial (Page 324 - 325)

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IMAGE CORRESPONDENCE

Cover image: Intralymphatic histiocytosis with giant blanching violaceous plaques (Page 325 - 326)

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News and Notices

News and Notices (Page 326 - 327)

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