Survival outcomes and prognostic factors in mycosis fungoides/Sézary syndrome: a comparison of the AJCC staging system with the revised ISCL/EORTC proposal : O-1
Acute morbidity following a diagnosis of bullous pemphigoid : O-2
Malignant potential and immunophenotypic expression of Ki67, p16, p53 and HPV in vulval squamous cell carcinoma, vulval intraepithelial neoplasia and inflammatory dermatoses : O-3
An observational cohort study shows a high rate of familial lichen sclerosus and associated vulval cancer suggesting a genetic contribution : O-4
A prospective controlled trial of the effects of isotretinoin on quality of life and depressive symptoms : O-5
Responding to the commissioners: development of an integrated, high-quality, consultant-led community dermatology service : O-6
Specialist provision of dermatology clinical assessment and treatment services (CATS): 12 months' data : O-7
Initial data from the U.K. epidermolysis bullosa database : O-8
Management of pyoderma gangrenosum by U.K. dermatologists: a pilot study to inform a trial : O-9
Twenty cases of DRESS syndrome: culprits, clinical features, treatment and outcome : O-10
Assessment of cardiovascular status in patients with moderate to severe psoriasis: a prospective casecontrolled cohort study : O-11
X-linked dominant protoporphyria: a new form of porphyria caused by a gain of function mutation in aminolaevulinic acid synthase : O-12
Predicting risk of nonmelanoma skin cancer in renal transplant recipients : O-13
An analysis of the spectrum of skin tumours in the West of Scotland renal transplant population : O-14
An investigation of the role of alcohol biomarkers in the detection of excessive alcohol consumption in patients with psoriasis : O-15
Polymorphic variants in PTGS2 and skin cancer risk : RF-1
Genetic polymorphism in MTHFR CLCN6 associated with skin cancer in organ transplant and nontransplant patients : RF-2
The functional role of HLA-Cw6 in psoriasis : RF-3
A successful therapeutic model for psoriasis: recapitulation of human psoriasis in a xenotrans-plantation mouse model : RF-4
Could transient elastography reduce the need for liver biopsy? : RF-5
A case-control study to investigate the clinicopathological predictors of sentinel node biopsy positivity and outcome in melanoma patients : RF-6
Poikilodermatous mycosis fungoides: a study of the clinicopathological, immunophenotypic and prognostic features : RF-7
Reduced expression of basal keratinocyte stem cell markers and altered integrin profiles in Kindler syndrome skin : RF-8
Effectiveness of methotrexate in oral lichen planus: experience in a specialist oral medicine/dermatology clinic : CPC-1
Subcorneal pustular dermatosis associated with myasthenia gravis : CPC-2
Adult-onset severe combined immunodeficiency due to Artemis mutation presenting with a spectrum of mucocutaneous HPV-related disorders : CPC-3
Helios meets Priapus: melanotan II-induced eruptive naevi and generalized hyperpigmentation : CPC-4
Efalizumab for the treatment of pityriasis rubra pilaris: experience in three patients : CPC-5
Purple skin lesions and gastrointestinal bleeding: a rare internet diagnosis : CPC-6
Plasma cell vulvitis: a rare, chronic, inflammatory disease of the vulva - management of three cases : CPC-7
Efficacy of isotretinoin for cutaneous manifestations of Muir-Torre syndrome : CPC-8
Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans in a patient with acquired immune deficiency syndrome responding to imatinib mesylate : CPC-9
Patient-reported impact of scars measure (PRISM): development and validation of a new skin scar patient-reported outcome measure : CPC-10
Pemphigus vulgaris, alopecia areata and a mediastinal mass: a case of thymoma-associated autoimmunity : CPC-11
Severe systemic contact dermatitis due to diethylthiourea : CPC-12
Calciphylaxis and sodium thiosulphate: a case report demonstrating recent shifts in understanding and treatment : CPC-13
Bullous pemphigoid following third-degree burns and skin grafting: another example of epitope spreading : CPC-14
A clinicopathological study of cases of synchronous melanoma and renal carcinoma : CPC-15
A review of seven U.K. pedigrees with CYLD mutations: clinical implications for mutation carriers : CPC-16
Pemphigoid gestationis: early onset and blister formation are associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes : P-1
Bone marrow transplantation for congenital erythropoietic porphyria: report of six cases : P-2
Neurological disease as a predisposing factor to bullous pemphigoid: an epidemiological and immunopathological study : P-3
Treatment of pemphigus vulgaris with rituximab : P-4
Desmoglein 1 and 3 levels following rituximab treatment for pemphigus vulgaris : P-5
Weekly azathioprine pulse therapy for the treatment of psoriasis: an open-label pilot study : P-6
Psoriasis: crucial role of LXR-α RNomics : P-7
Do patients on methotrexate understand the potential risks? : P-8
The cutaneous microenvironment in papulopustular rosacea : P-9
Retrospective review of patch testing conducted in our department over a 5-year period to determine the rate of allergic contact dermatitis among various occupations : P-10
Readability scores for patient information leaflets used in a contact dermatitis clinic : P-11
Treatment of scalp psoriasis with adalimumab: results of the BELIEVE study : P-12
Etanercept in patients with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis: a retrospective case cohort analysis : P-13
A retrospective study of 15 patients treated with infliximab: is weight gain an important consideration? : P-14
Comparison of hospitalization and serious infection rates among patients with moderate to severe psoriasis treated with ustekinumab: comparisons with a large healthcare claims database : P-15
A study to examine if the HLA-Cw*0602 allele is a predictor of response to tumour necrosis factor-α inhibitors in the treatment of psoriasis : P-16
Inpatient care for psoriasis: a retrospective study of inpatient admission data and the impact of new management modalities in psoriasis : P-17
Ustekinumab has a consistent efficacy and safety profile in patients with moderate to severe psoriasis: results from the PHOENIX 1 and 2 clinical trial programme : P-18
Revisiting intense pulsed light use for acne : P-19
Nurse-led preassessment may improve safety in patients commencing biologics for psoriasis : P-20
Skin protease inhibitors: a new treatment for atopic dermatitis : P-21
Malignancies in ustekinumab-treated psoriasis patients: comparisons with the general U.S. population : P-22
Factors influencing severity of acne : P-23
Randomized observer-blinded placebo-controlled study to evaluate the efficacy of methotrexate plus narrowband ultraviolet (UV) B phototherapy vs. narrowband UVB phototherapy alone in treatment of chronic plaque-type psoriasis : P-24
A retrospective, case cohort study of antitumour necrosis factor therapy in severe acral psoriasis : P-25
Photoprotection education for transplant patients: evaluation of computer-based audio visual education : P-26
The incidence of skin cancer detected at a sun-awareness beach campaign : P-27
Acral lentiginous melanoma of the foot: 37 cases : P-28
Squamous cell carcinoma on curettage: what happens next? : P-29
How complete are our excision biopsies for skin cancers? : P-30
An audit of cutaneous lymphoma management : P-31
Aberrant DNA methylation is linked with MTHFR C677T genetic polymorphism in cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma : P-32
Positron-emission tomography with computed tomography (PET/CT) in melanoma follow-up : P-33
Audit of 5% fluorouracil and imiquimod regimes in actinic keratosis and Bowen's disease in Scotland compared with current guidelines : P-34
Deprivation and skin cancer: is there a link? : P-35
Audit of Scottish dermatologists' skin cancer surgical excision margins : P-36
Study of operating practices in sunbed parlours in Northern Ireland : P-37
Mohs micrographic surgery for the treatment of basal cell carcinoma: an audit of 5-year follow-up data : P-38
Acral lentiginous melanoma : P-39
An audit of sentinel lymph node biopsy use in patients with malignant melanoma : P-40
Surgical excision of skin cancer in New Zealand: how important is the surgeon's training? : P-41
Assessment of botulinum toxin A for primary axillary hyperhidrosis using a modified Dermatology Life Quality Index questionnaire : P-42
Audit of superficial X-ray and Grenz-ray treatment of benign dermatological conditions : P-43
The neuropsychiatric phenotype in Darier disease : P-44
Mycophenolate mofetil: an audit of its use in dermatology in the U.K. : P-45
Darier-White disease: a follow-up study : P-46
Lower limb cellulitis as managed by a dermatology department: 2 years' experience : P-47
Regression of extensive epidermal naevus in Proteus-like syndrome treated with rapamycin : P-48
Patient-reported multiple drug reactions: clinical profile and results of challenge testing : P-49
Clinical applicability of T-SPOT.TB screening prior to initiation of antitumour necrosis factor-α therapy : P-50
Botulinum toxin service for axillary hyperhidrosis: patient outcomes : P-51
Measuring disease severity and damage in discoid lupus erythematosus : P-52
Validation of a semiautomated method of minimal phototoxic dose testing : P-53
Patients with Fabry disease with cutaneous vascular lesions have higher disease severity scores and more multisystem involvement: data from 1354 patients registered on FOS, the Fabry Outcome Survey : P-54
Is the development of antinuclear antibodies and antidouble-stranded DNA antibodies on antitumour necrosis factor treatments a marker of treatment failure in psoriasis? : P-55
Comparison of azathioprine prescribing practice amongst dermatologists, gastroenterologists and rheumatologists : P-56
Fabry disease and angiokeratoma corporis diffusum are not synonymous: cutaneous vascular lesions and facial features in 100 patients with Fabry disease : P-57
Patients' experience of hospital and home iontophoresis : P-58
Omalizumab in the treatment of resistant urticarial vasculitis : P-59
Self-resolving invasive squamous cell carcinoma or giant keratoacanthoma? : P-60
A two-generation family with CHILD syndrome: a 20-year follow-up : P-61
Myotonic dystrophy and basal cell carcinomas: coincidence or true association? : P-62
Sorafenib-induced erythema multiforme : P-63
Vulval hyperpigmentation : P-64
The prevalence of dermatological disease in older people of different ethnicity in a secondary care setting : P-65
Superficial granulomatous pyoderma of the vulva in a patient receiving maintenance rituximab for non-Hodgkin lymphoma : P-66
An unusual cutaneous complication of BCG immunotherapy : P-67
The effects of oral acitretin therapy in four children with Papillon-Lefèvre syndrome : P-68
Clinicoepidemiological profile of histoid leprosy from India : P-69
Cutaneous features associated with undifferentiated connective tissue disease : P-70
Resolution of sarcoidosis postmanagement of melanoma : P-71
Lymphomatoid papulosis associated with etanercept : P-72
Rabies: an unusual request for a skin biopsy : P-73
Cutaneous Rosai-Dorfman disease : P-74
Mucosal involvement in vitiligo: a study of 241 patients : P-75
Two novel CYLD mutations associated with Brooke-Spiegler syndrome : P-76
Multiple basal cell carcinomas following bone marrow transplant and irradiation for myelodysplasia and underlying monosomy 7 : P-77
Relapsed T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia presenting as aleukaemic leukaemia cutis : P-78
Cutaneous graft-versus-host disease: the increasing trend of the eczematoid subtype : P-79
Resistant hidradenitis suppurativa treated with adalimumab : P-80
Primary cutaneous peripheral T-cell lymphoma, unspecified, with an indolent clinical course: a distinct peripheral T-cell lymphoma? : P-81
Epstein-Barr virus-associated cutaneous CD30+ B-cell lymphoma related to azathioprine therapy for dermatomyositis : P-82
Proportion of regulatory T cells in the cutaneous infiltrate of 27 patients with mycosis fungoides: a retrospective case series : P-83
Chronic skin diseases influence major life-changing decisions: a new frontier in health outcome research : P-84
Nonclinical influences on clinical decision making in dermatology : P-85
On-line dermatology teaching: a cross-sectional survey of the impact of an emerging pedagogy in dermatology : P-86
Audit of registrar-structured teaching in Scotland : P-87
The Virtual Patient: a novel tool to supplement the teaching of psoriasis to undergraduate medical students : P-88
Audit of histopathology request forms for cutaneous lesions comparing a large dermatology department with regional general practices : P-89
Audit of on-call referrals to the dermatology service in a U.K. teaching hospital : P-90
Dermatology in the community: are the guidelines being followed? : P-91
The paperless dermatology service: a unique opportunity for computerization : P-92
A new model of acute-care delivery: the role of the consultant dermatologist : P-93
Failure of adherence to NICE guidelines for skin cancer surgery in general practice : P-94
Use of chaperones in the dermatology department for intimate examinations: cross-sectional survey of practices of dermatologists : P-95
A review of procedures carried out on basal cell carcinomas by primary care physicians : P-96
Basal cell carcinomas: impact of national guidance on local specialist dermatology department is likely to be manageable : P-97
Choose and Book: dermatology patients' views and its impact on delivering dermatology outpatient care : P-98
Skin disease consultations in a general practice : P-99
The impact of cancer waiting time targets for melanoma : P-100
Paediatric ward referrals to dermatology: a regional audit : P-101
An audit of the implementation of a policy of not accepting GP referrals of benign cosmetic skin lesions : P-102
Nonconsultant career grade dermatologists in the U.K. : P-103
Are patients happy to be informed of their final skin cancer results by post? : P-104
The light that changed the world : P-105
Alan Lyell (1917-2007) and the birth of toxic epidermal necrolysis : P-106
Sushruta, a ‘Father of Dermatological Surgery’ : H-1
Leviticus: the Dermatologists' Handbook in the Bible : H-2
Ian Bruce Sneddon: a retrospective : H-3
Henry Renwick Vickers (1911-1993): a retrospective : H-4
The bee's knees: a history of bee products in dermatology : H-5
The understanding of venous leg ulcers: a historical perspective : H-6
Was porphyria cutanea tarda (PCT) the correct diagnosis in Admiral Francis Beaufort? : H-7
The history of the use of liquid nitrogen and the development of cryotherapy as a medical application : H-8
Shedding light on the history of phototherapy : H-9
History of the Aleppo boil : H-10
An historical stitch-up: the quest for an ideal suture material : H-11
Dermatology through history as described in literature : H-12
The history of dermatological moulage in Russia : H-13
Thorium X treatment in dermatology: a ticking time bomb : H-14
Trends in contact allergy to fragrance chemicals in a U.K. patch test centre : CD-1
Report of five patients allergic to fragrance hidden in products claimed to contain no perfume : CD-2
Fragrance, thiuram and formaldehyde allergy is increasing in healthcare workers: results from 2222 subjects patch tested over 25 years : CD-3
Fragmentation of fragrance allergy: update 2007-2008 : CD-4
Patch testing in Ethiopia: a pilot study : CD-5
Allergy to silver in a patient with oral lichenoid reaction, with a review of patch testing experience in 27 cases of oral lichenoid reaction : CD-6
Patch testing in oral disease : CD-7
Allergic contact dermatitis to isopropyl lanolate present in a lipstick : CD-8
Patch testing should be undertaken in hairdressers with dermatitis regardless of atopy status : CD-9
The changing nature of occupational hand dermatoses in healthcare workers: a comparison of patch testing and skin prick testing results in 1999 and 2007 : CD-10
Patch testing in patients treated with systemic immunosuppressive agents and cytokine inhibitors : CD-11
Defining the role of patch testing in the investigation of drug reactions : CD-12
Class effect of oral coumarins in the treatment of a patient with chronic idiopathic urticaria, angio-oedema and delayed pressure urticaria : CD-13
SPX sensitivity and Silhouette spectacles : CD-14
Allergic contact dermatitis to dalbergiones present in a cocobolo bracelet : CD-15
Changing positivity: multicentre study of recent trends in patch test allergen reactions from the British Contact Dermatitis Society standard series : CD-16
Contact and photocontact sensitization in chronic actinic dermatitis : CD-17
Occupational contact urticaria to pelargonyl vanillylamide used in an incapacitant spray : CD-18
2-Monomethylol phenol: an unusual cause of allergic contact dermatitis to footwear and sporting equipment : CD-19
Food allergy with cutaneous manifestations in adults with eczema : CD-20
What are the possible allergens in chapatti flour? Report of a case with contact urticaria and protein contact dermatitis : CD-21
Allergic contact dermatitis due to backing plastics in a transdermal contraceptive patch : CD-22
A review of excipient ingredients in topical corticosteroid preparations available in the U.K. : CD-23
Peristomal allergic contact dermatitis to stoma adhesive paste containing Gantrez 425 (butyl ester of polymethylvinylether copolymer) but not to Gantrez 335 (isopropyl ester of polymethylvinylether copolymer) : CD-24
Merkel cell polyomavirus detection in skin cancers from an immunosuppressed patient : DP-1
Localization of varicella-zoster virus reactivation in neuronal and adnexal structures in skin : DP-2
Indolent CD8-positive lymphoid proliferation of the ear : DP-3
Splenic B-cell marginal zone lymphoma presenting in the skin : DP-4
Primary cutaneous lymphoproliferative disorder showing biclonal and bilineage features : DP-5
A case of primary cutaneous senile Epstein-Barr virus-related diffuse large B-cell lymphoma : DP-6
Lymph node involvement in mycosis fungoides/Sézary syndrome: does positron emission/computed tomography imaging correlate with histology, immunohistochemistry and gene analysis? : DP-7
Telangiectasia macularis eruptiva perstans associated with bone marrow mast cell KIT D816V mutation: a prognostic challenge : DP-8
Spider telangiectasia macularis eruptiva perstans: a new entity? : DP-9
Multiple epidermotropic metastatic melanomas: clinicopathological and dermoscopic correlation : DP-10
Agminate Spitz naevi on the finger of a 10-year-old child: a rare presentation causing diagnostic confusion with malignant melanoma : DP-11
Basal cell carcinoma in association with trichoblastoma/trichoepithelioma : DP-12
A case of massive fat necrosis and overlying ulceration: a poorly understood and under-reported condition : DP-13
Cutaneous neuroblastoma-like schwannoma: a report of two cases, one with a plexiform pattern : DP-14
Rupioid skin lesions: a returning phenomenon? : DP-15
Genital and extragenital lichen sclerosis associated with generalized morphoea : DP-16
Atypical sarcoidal necrobiosis lipoidica of the face and chest : DP-17
Atypical necrobiosis lipoidica of the head and neck : DP-18
Basaloid squamous cell carcinoma with monster cells mimicking ‘pleomorphic’ nodular basal cell carcinoma : DP-19
Nonbullous variant of pemphigoid in a patient with absent C4 allotype: a lesson in immunology for dermatologists : DP-20
Eosinophilic variant of necrolytic migratory erythema : DP-21
Colonization of basal cell carcinoma and actinic keratosis by malignant melanoma in situ in a patient with xeroderma pigmentosum : DP-22
Acquired reactive perforating collagenosis treated with low-dose isotretinoin : DP-23
Syringoacanthoma: a rare mimic of seborrhoeic keratosis : DP-24
An association between lichen planus and autoimmune blistering diseases : DP-25
Subcutaneous nodules of the penis in an adolescent : DP-26
Is quinine the culprit or a lentigo more likely? : DP-27
Desmoplastic squamous cell carcinoma: an underemphasized, locally aggressive variant : DS-1
Increasing incidence of basal cell carcinoma in the under 30s in the U.K. : DS-2
The role of conventional naked eye examination, dermoscopy and digital dermoscopy follow-up in the management of melanocytic skin lesions: a prospective study : DS-3
Consensus guidance on histological margins in variants of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma : DS-4
Audit of frozen-section histopathological margins in a newly established Mohs micrographic surgery unit : DS-5
Management of basal cell carcinoma around the external jugular vein : DS-6
Secondary intention healing for surgical wounds on the dorsum of the hands : DS-7
Turner's knot: the modified subcutaneous buried vertical mattress suture. A new technique for closing high-tension surgical wounds? : DS-8
Subungual pyogenic granuloma: recognition and management : DS-9
Lymphatic leak and lymphocoele development after simple cutaneous surgery : DS-10
Phosphate-buffered saline as an effective alternate to melanocyte media in autologous noncultured melanocyte transplantation : DS-11
Carbon dioxide laser treatment of rhinophyma: a review of 124 patients : DS-12
Treatment of inflammatory acne with a 1450-nm smoothbeam diode laser: a split-face randomized single-blinded controlled trial : DS-13
Side-effects of aesthetic dermal fillers for dermatologists : DS-14
Treatment of scalp hyperhidrosis with intradermal botulinum toxin A results in a marked improvement of quality of life : DS-15
A case report of malignant melanoma in a user of Melanotan I : DS-16
The paired advancement flap/modified primary closure for nasal tip and supratip defects: 50 cases of the successful use of another Zitelli pearl : DS-17
Paramedian forehead flap: an axial pattern flap based on the supratrochlear artery vascular pedicle or is it random pattern flap? A study of 26 patients : DS-18
Nasal sidewall rotation flaps : DS-19
Microcystic adnexal carcinoma of the forehead with extensive supratrochlear perineural and intraneural infiltration extending into the orbit : DS-20
Aggressive growth pattern basal cell carcinoma and long-term methotrexate therapy : DS-21
The impact of Improved Outcome Guidance (IOG) for skin cancer: a comparative re-audit of excision rates of basal cell carcinomas by general practitioners in South Warwickshire : DS-22
A significantly improved outcome for surgical excision of basal cell carcinoma as a result of the audit process : DS-23
Should all melanoma wider excision specimens undergo histological examination? A pilot audit : DS-24
The role of a transplant-dermatology surveillance clinic in the management of renal transplant recipients : DS-25
The successful use of an advanced 650 nm intense pulsed light (IPL ADV 650) - filtered broadband white light source - for the removal of red facial hair : DS-27
Nurse-led skin lesion clinics: impact on health literacy and service provision : DS-28
Analysis of new patients attending a combined dermatological surgery and oculoplastic surgery clinic : DS-29
What does a new Mohs' surgery service see? An audit : DS-30
Persistent eccrine porocarcinoma treated by Mohs' micrographic surgery : DS-31
Electrosurgical treatment of gnathophyma : DS-32
Successful CO2 laser treatment of naevus lipomatosus cutaneous superficialis : DS-33
Two-week wait skin cancer referrals: referral patterns, cancer incidence and the media : DS-34
Randomized controlled trial fails to show superiority of wet wraps over conventional therapy in the treatment of mild to moderate atopic eczema in children under 5 years : PA-1
Breakdown of the skin barrier induced by aqueous cream: implications for the management of atopic eczema : PA-2
Children's preference in selecting an emollient of their choice : PA-3
Patient-oriented SCORAD (PO-SCORAD): a self-assessment score in atopic dermatitis: a preliminary feasibility study : PA-4
An audit to evaluate service outcome in children with atopic eczema attending a paediatric dermatology clinic : PA-5
Medial frontofacial capillary malformations: a descriptive study : PA-6
Propranolol for severe infantile haemangiomas : PA-7
A genotypic and phenotypic study of 112 cases of junctional epidermolysis bullosa : PA-8
Herlitz junctional epidermolysis bullosa: a retrospective epidemiological study of 28 patients : PA-9
Loss-of-function mutations in the ANTXR2 ( CMG2 ) gene underlie both juvenile hyaline fibromatosis and infantile systemic hyalinosis : PA-10
Cutaneous warts in a paediatric renal transplant population : PA-11
Sitosterolaemia: a very rare plant sterol disorder presenting in infancy with hepatic failure, haemolysis and cutaneous xanthoma : PA-12
Fabry's disease in a female patient : PA-13
Self-mutilation as a presenting feature of inherited erythromelalgia and paroxysmal extreme pain disorder in a 17-month-old child : PA-14
Panton-Valentine leucocidin-associated Staphylococcus aureus : a super bug we need to know : PA-15
‘Matchstick’ eyebrow hairs: dermoscopic clues to the diagnosis of Netherton syndrome : PA-16
Preschool nurseries: are they SunSmart? : PA-17
LEOPARD syndrome with multiple granular cell tumours : PA-18
Holistic assessment of eczema: are we complying with NICE guidelines? : PA-19
A cutaneous manifestation of a novel heterozygous alpha-1-antitrypsin F null allele deficiency in infancy : PA-20
Alopecia areata developing after tinea capitis: a Koebner phenomenon : PA-21
Management of a chronic vasculitic leg ulcer with systemic immunosuppressant therapy and autologous keratinocyte cell spray : PA-22
Urgent paediatric referrals to dermatology: a 7-year study : PA-23
Patch testing is a useful investigation in children with eczema : PA-24
EMLA®-related histological changes caused by topical application : PA-25
A new autosomal dominant pure hair-nail ectodermal dysplasia showing variable expression within a family : PA-26
‘Leather sofa dermatitis’ due to contact allergy to chrome: an unusual cause of eczema in a child : PA-27
Sequestrated meningocoele within a naevus sebaceous of Jadassohn on the scalp of a child : PA-28
Mild erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP): a diagnostically difficult version of EPP presenting atypically and sometimes without pain : PD-1
Pursuit of a tan through internet-sourced injectable melanotropic peptides: association with darkening of melanocytic naevi : PD-2
Hereditary erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP) presenting in old age with an unexpected genotype: lessons for the pathogenesis of symptoms in EPP : PD-3
A double-blind randomized controlled clinical trial comparing the effects of narrowband ultraviolet (UV) B (TL-01) or UVA on vitamin D levels, blood pressure, insulin sensitivity and ventricular volume : PD-4
The pathogenesis of porphyria cutanea tarda: uroporphyrin kills cells by causing cytosolic damage : PD-5
Nationwide audit of erythema grading and recording during phototherapy : PD-6
Narrowband ultraviolet B phototherapy does not influence serum and red cell folate levels in patients with psoriasis : PD-7
Narrowband ultraviolet A-1: pigmentation and erythema in normal skin and hazard estimation : PD-8
Sun protection practices in Northern Ireland: results from the NI Omnibus Survey September 2008 : PD-9
A randomized, double-blind, negatively controlled pilot study to determine whether the use of emollients or calcipotriol could alter the sensitivity of the skin to ultraviolet (UV) radiation during phototherapy with narrowband UVB : PD-10
Factors associated with severe pain during 5-aminolaevulinic acid-photodynamic therapy for superficial basal cell carcinoma in Tayside: a review of 9 years' data : PD-11
Narrowband (TL-01) ultraviolet B phototherapy: the introduction of phototesting : PD-12
A regional audit on the use of minimal erythema dose and minimal phototoxic dose testing in phototherapy : PD-13
Psoralen and ultraviolet A (PUVA) in the treatment of granuloma annulare : PD-14