Regional approach to dealing with demand for acute dermatology services : O01
Nicorandil: do the risks outweigh the benefits? Case series of 21 patients : O02
Isolated limb infusion: recent experience at a U.K. centre : O03
Sexual function and psychological status among patients with genital psoriasis : O04
Incidence, mortality and disease associations of pyoderma gangrenosum in the U.K.: a retrospective cohort study : O05
Teledermatology triage of suspicious skin lesions potentially could be missing the majority of melanomas : O06
Sequential digital dermoscopic imaging and total body photography aid detection of primary melanoma in individuals at high risk: a prospective 5-year follow-up study : O07
Results of the European Multi-Centre Photopatch Test Study : O08
U.K. Dermatology Clinical Trials Network's PATCH I trial: a randomized controlled trial of prophylactic antibiotics for the prevention of cellulitis (erysipelas) of the leg in patients with recurrent disease : O09
Can we improve adoption of clinical trial evidence by early engagement with the dermatology community? : O10
Identification of a novel cross-presenting migratory dendritic cell in the human skin: the key cell for rational vaccine strategies : O11
Drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms: a case series demonstrating frequent misdiagnosis : O12
Clinical and immunological aspects of late-onset psoriasis : O13
Switching biological agents for psoriasis in secondary care: a single-centre, retrospective, open-label study : O14
Ultraviolet A1 induces genes associated with inflammation, antioxidant activity, immunosuppression and extracellular matrix remodelling in vivo in humans : RFo1
Is mannose binding lectin deficiency a prerequisite for the development of guttate psoriasis? : RF02
Melphalan disposition during isolated limb infusion : RF03
Cutaneous adverse events associated with vemurafenib in patients with BRAF V600E mutationpositive metastatic melanoma: an observational study of 30 treated patients and presentation of a management algorithm : RF04
Novel and recurrent TGM5 mutations in British patients with acral peeling skin syndrome : RF05
The South East Scotland dermatology workload study: 30 years’ analysis : RF06
Human primary cutaneous squamous cell carcinomas contain regulatory T-cells which suppress peritumoral effector T-cell immune responses : RF07
p63, an alternative p53 repressor in melanoma which confers chemoresistance and a poor prognosis : RF08
Beware the blistering patient with dysphonia : CPC01
Dominant dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa pruriginosa: an obscure clinicopathological and molecular diagnosis : CPC02
Mid dermal elastolysis : CPC03
Acquired generalized lipodystrophy associated with peripheral T-cell lymphoma with cutaneous infiltration : CPC04
Efudix® complications related to abnormal 5-fluorouracil metabolism : CPC05
First report of Nocardia veterana causing nodular lymphangitis in an immunocompromised host : CPC06
Are dermatoscopes a potential source of nosocomial infection in dermatology clinics? : CPC07
Familial multiple self-healing squamous epithelioma (Ferguson-Smith disease) due to a mutation in TGFBR1 : CPC08
A haemorrhagic pigmented streak on the toenail : CPC09
Hereditary leiomyomatosis and renal cell cancer and benign metastasizing leiomyoma: one and the same disease? : CPC10
Two cases of human immunodeficiency virusnegative Kaposi sarcoma : CPC11
A case of intralymphatic histiocytosis associated with rheumatoid arthritis : CPC12
Recurrent posterior scleritis and a ‘sebaceous cyst’: extrafacial necrobiotic xanthogranuloma : CPC13
Periorbital xanthogranulomatous histiocytosis treated with tacrolimus in two patients: a novel therapeutic approach : CPC14
Lymphomatoid papulosis type D in a patient with presumed primary cutaneous aggressive epidermotropic CD8+ cytotoxic T-cell (Berti) lymphoma : CPC15
Intestinal metaplasia and high-grade dysplasia in abdominal skin : CPC16
A rare benign cutaneous plasma cell infiltrate : P01
Group G streptococcal cellulitis associated with disseminated intravascular coagulation : P02
Complete spontaneous regression of cutaneous diffuse large B-cell lymphoma after discontinuation of adalimumab for rheumatoid arthritis : P03
Eosinophilic folliculitis associated with the late presentation of a high-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma : P04
Oral terbinafine as an alternative treatment in Hailey -Hailey disease : P05
Primary cutaneous aggressive epidermotropic CD8+ cytotoxic T-cell (Berti) lymphoma mimicking erythema multiforme : P06
Mycobacterium haemophilum infection in a patient receiving infliximab: a diagnostic challenge : P07
Paraneoplastic pemphigus secondary to metastatic ductal carcinoma of the breast successfully treated with rituximab with long-term remission. A rare case and review of the literature on the success of rituximab therapy in paraneoplastic pemphigus : P08
Somatic mosaic recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa : P09
Diffuse dermal angiomatosis of the breast: a rare cause of breast ulceration : P10
Subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus induced by 5-fluorouracil : P11
Erythrokeratoderma variabilis et progressiva : P12
Hobnail haemangioma with atypia : P13
An unusual cause of bilateral lower leg blistering : P14
Nephropathic reactive angioendotheliomatosis : P15
A bullous eruption as the initial presentation of generalized morphoea : P16
Sneddon-Wilkinson disease preceded by chronic plaque psoriasis : P17
IgA pemphigus occurring in association with ulcerative colitis : P18
A sclerotic plaque on scalp : P19
Topical sirolimus: a novel treatment for chronic erosive plantar lichen planus : P20
A case of secondary erythromelalgia with unusual histological findings : P21
Cutaneous sarcoidosis with multisystem involvement: a case invoking Occam's razor : P22
Multiple cutaneous staphylococcal cold abscesses in the flexures of a neonate : P23
Poliosis circumscripta unmasking a scalp melanoma : P24
Cutaneous Mycobacterium chelonae infection in three immunosuppressed patients : P25
An unusual case of aggressive mycosis fungoides with possible transformation into acute lymphoblastic lymphoma : P26
Eosinophilic cellulitis: a report of five cases : P27
Propylthiouracil-induced antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody (antimyeloperoxidase and antiproteinase 3) positive leucocytoclastic vasculitis in a patient with Graves disease : P28
Ten years of the U.K. Dermatology Clinical Trials Network: past, present and future : P29
Acute dermatology referrals to a tertiary centre: an important service and opportunity for training : P30
A survey of antibiotic use in dermatological surgery: time for a consistent approach : P31
Psychocutaneous medicine and its provision in the U.K. : P32
Regional anaesthesia: a survey of competency and practice among U.K. dermatology trainees : P33
Demand for dermatology on-call service: an audit in a large teaching hospital : P34
Love it or loathe it? Results of the 2011 British Teledermatology Survey : P35
High degree of patient satisfaction and exceptional feedback in a specialist combined dermatology and rheumatology clinic : P36
Are specialist clinics for patients with complex skin problems necessary? : P37
Skin cancer surgery in primary care: results of an audit and re-audit : P38
Evaluation of the reliability of store-and-forward teledermatology in aiding the triaging of electronic referrals to skin lesion clinics : P39
Photodynamic therapy: is it worth it? A financial analysis : P40
The impact of physician education on primary care referrals in dermatology : P41
Improving patient information about skin surgery: a patient survey on the value of clinical photographs to aid consent : P42
The challenge of demand management and dermatology referrals: the general practitioner's view : P43
Noncompliance to National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence acne guidelines undermines general practitioner referrals : P44
Acute dermatology referrals made at a district general hospital with no out-of-hours on-call service : P45
The Simplified Psoriasis Index: a three-dimensional psoriasis severity instrument for use by professionals and patients in routine clinical practice : P46
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The cost effectiveness of a dedicated psychodermatology service in managing patients with dermatitis artefacta : P48
The role of B-cell growth factors in autoimmune blistering skin disease : P49
Stratum corneum hydration and barrier function in patients with podoconiosis : P50
Feasibility of a randomized controlled trial of cultured allogeneic keratinocytes for chronic epidermolysis bullosa wounds : P51
Characteristics and management of myxoid cysts : P52
Is skin biopsy with histology and direct immunofluorescence necessary to diagnose immunobullous disease? : P53
Urinary voiding symptomatology (microincontinence) in male genital lichen sclerosus : P54
Management of Panton-Valentine leukocidin Staphylococcus aureus skin infections in dermatology : P55
Fashions change but tattoos are forever: time to regret : P56
Bifidobacterium longum subspecies infantis 35624 in patients with mild to moderate chronic plaque psoriasis: a pilot study : P57
Panton-Valentine leukocidin-producing Staphylococcus aureus: recurrent boils should make you curious : P58
Severe autoamputation of the distal phalanges secondary to acrodermatitis : P59
Botulinum toxin for axillary hyperhidrosis: using gravimetric assessment to determine National Health Service provision of treatment : P60
The little dermatologist : P61
Hidradenitis suppurativa fulminans: a distinct clinical entity? : P62
A dermatological survey of the Bedouin of the central Sinai Peninsula : P63
The history of syphilis in art: a dermatological perspective : P64
Contrasting rickettsioses in two returning travellers : P65
The Eczema Priority Setting Partnership: identifying and prioritizing important research questions for the treatment of eczema. A collaborative partnership between patients, carers, clinicians and researchers : P66
Erythrokeratoderma variabilis: two sisters with a novel mutation in the GJB4 gene : P67
The assessment of health-related quality of life in sarcoidosis using a novel sarcoidosis questionnaire : P68
Mycobacterium chelonae infection after tattooing : P69
Familial occurrence of drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms to carbamazepine : P70
Managing childhood eczema: qualitative study exploring carers’ experiences of barriers and facilitators to treatment adherence : P71
Black hair treatments : P72
Do foods worsen acne? : P73
The use of a modified World Health Organization Surgical Safety Checklist for dermatological surgical procedures : P74
Variation in management of patients referred with skin lesions to dermatology and plastic surgery : P75
Cutaneous squamous cell carcinomas in epidermolysis bullosa: a 20-year retrospective study : P76
Recurrent and incompletely excised nonmelanoma skin cancers referred for Mohs micrographic surgery : P77
An exploratory study: indoor and outdoor work, socioeconomic status and skin cancer : P78
Social deprivation and rural/urban variations in nonmelanoma skin cancer incidence in our region : P79
Variations in SEPT6 expression reflect progression of malignant melanoma : P80
Completeness of American Joint Committee on Cancer staging data items using a Skin Cancer Data Set : P81
Needlestick injuries in dermatology: more common than you might think : P82
Ultraviolet radiation exposure through window glass may be associated with localization of nonmelanoma skin cancer in organ transplant recipients: a study in France and the U.K. : P83
A service-evaluation of recurrence following curettage and cautery treatment of well-differentiated primary cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma : P84
Skin cancer awareness and surveillance in patients with primary systemic vasculitis: the lost tribe? : P85
General practitioners struggle to diagnose and excise primary melanoma : P86
A comparison of skin cancer excision rates between general practitioners and dermatologists in West Berkshire, South East England : P87
Basal cell carcinoma follow-up in the South West, Hampshire and Isle of Wight : P88
Merkel cell carcinoma: advancing knowledge in rare cancers : P89
Secondary skin malignancy in patients with chronic graft-versus-host disease following allogeneic stem cell transplantation : P90
‘It's as though you itch to the bone’: a qualitative study of the experiences and needs of patients with cutaneous T-cell lymphoma : P91
An online survey of the awareness of malignant melanoma among general practitioners with special interest in dermatology : P92
Skin cancer ‘filtered screening’ by dermatologists: the 2-week wait system : P93
Long-term efficacy and safety of ustekinumab in patients with moderate to severe psoriasis through 5 years of follow-up: results from the PHOENIX 1 long-term extension : P94
Malignancies developing in obese patients with psoriasis while on antitumour necrosis factor therapies: a case series : P95
Efficacy and safety of propranolol as first-line treatment for infantile haemangiomas: case series of 15 patients : P96
Effectiveness of subcutaneous methotrexate in chronic plaque psoriasis : P97
Comparison of effectiveness and safety of weekly azathioprine pulse with daily azathioprine in the treatment of parthenium dermatitis : P98
Etanercept used for psoriasis loses efficacy with time : P99
Control of dyslipidaemia and hypothyroidism among patients with cutaneous T-cell lymphomas treated with bexarotene : P100
Low-dose oral minipulse dexamethasone therapy in progressive unstable vitiligo : P101
Ustekinumab therapy for the treatment of a patient with psoriasis and Crohn disease : P102
Narrowband ultraviolet B record-keeping audit using the British Association of Dermatologists Clinical Audit and Management System (CAMS) : P103
Risk factors for liver fibrosis in patients with severe psoriasis established on methotrexate: a cross-sectional cohort study : P104
Diagnosis of xeroderma pigmentosum complementation group C by immunohistochemistry : PD01
A national audit survey of photodynamic therapy services in dermatology in Scotland : PD02
Three unusual presentations of xeroderma pigmentosum: XPF causing a Fanconi-type anaemia, XPC causing a malignant glioblastoma, and XPG presenting as a familial presenile dementia : PD03
Narrowband ultraviolet B phototherapy in erythropoietic protoporphyria: case series : PD04
Extensive photodistributed amlodipine-induced telangiectasia : PD05
Effect of body mass index on dose delivery in phototherapy : PD06
The effectiveness of a novel lotion containing 1% ibuprofen and 10% isopropyl-myristate for the relief of mild to moderate sunburn : PD07
Preliminary insights into the use of laser speckle perfusion imaging in monitoring psoriasis plaques during ultraviolet B phototherapy : PD08
Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D levels in patients with atopic eczema and the influence of narrowband ultraviolet B phototherapy : PD09
Systemic lupus erythematosus associated with porphyria cutanea tarda: diagnostic and therapeutic challenges : PD10
Summertime actinic lichenoid eruption: an unusual and distinct photosensitive dermatosis : PD11
Grading and treatment of burns following accidental administration of a high dose of ultraviolet B: what would be your preferred treatment regimen (as a clinician and as a patient)? : PD12
The importance of training in intradermal suture methodology: a proposal for the standardization of instruction : DS01
Management of anticoagulant medication prior to skin surgery: a national survey : DS02
Surgical smoke control practices among dermatological surgeons in the U.K. : DS03
Basal cell carcinoma evaluation and tumour margin assessment using multiphoton tomography and fluorescence lifetime imaging : DS04
Five years of using the melanoma diagnostic index: a simple tool to measure clinical accuracy for melanoma diagnosis : DS05
Slow Mohs surgery for lentigo maligna: a follow-up study : DS06
Proximal nail fold flap dissection for digital myxoid cysts: a 7-year experience : DS07
Risk factors for subsequent tumour formation in patients with basal cell carcinoma treated by Mohs micrographic surgery : DS08
Functional and aesthetic reconstruction of perioral defects post-Mohs micrographic surgery: an analysis of 407 cases : DS09
The seagull flap for repair of Mohs defects of the upper lip involving Cupid's bow : DS10
Our experience with the ‘reading man’ flap for the closure of facial circular skin defects : DS11
The advancement-rotation flap of Erich: a forgotten, single-stage repair for defects of the distal nose : DS12
The sine wave flap: a novel repair option for vertically oriented defects of the distal nose : DS13
Autologous fat transplant-related fat necrosis : DS14
Comparative efficacy of three common topical anaesthetics in dermatological procedures : DS15
Adverse event reporting of minimally invasive cosmetic procedures : DS16
Pulsed-dye laser for facial sarcoidosis : DS17
Treatment of naevus of Ota with 1064, 755 and/or 532 nm wavelength lasers : DS18
Paediatric dermatological surgery: a review of U.K. practice : DS19
Use of plication to minimize conventional local flap size and wound edge tension : DS20
Keystone flaps: an effective alternative to skin graft on lower limbs? : DS21
The Mohs histotechnician: a review of training and practice within 28 centres in the U.K. : DS22
Mohs micrographic surgery for large cutaneous malignancy under general anaesthetic: a review of 14 cases : DS23
Do management recommendations for melanoma patients differ across the world? A comparison of the current U.K., U.S.A., European and Australian and New Zealand guidelines for management of cutaneous melanoma : DS24
British Society for Dermatological Surgery Annual Surgical Workshop Bristol 2011: pre- and post-course survey results : DS25
The nasalis unilateral myocutaneous flap with bilevel undermining for nasal tip and supratip reconstruction: a retrospective review of outcomes in 16 consecutive patients over a 4-year period : DS26
Bilobed transposition flap for repair of lower midline face defects : DS27
A simple method of harvesting split-thickness skin grafts using the SG3 minor skin graft blade : DS28
Histopathological criteria including morphometrics may be useful to distinguish between lentigo maligna and sun-damaged skin during Mohs micrographic surgery : DS29
How the ‘MMR’ can help in effectively treating skin cancer : DS30
The Oxford melanoma morphology map : DS31
An audit of all excisions undertaken by general practitioners in a rural community between March 2009 and March 2010 : DS32
Helical rim advancement flaps for reconstruction of helical rim defects: our experience of two techniques : DS33
The bootlace suture: a novel buried running dermal continuous suture for primary closure of wounds : DS34
Current management of dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans: a survey of members of the British Society for Dermatological Surgery : DS35
‘MelApp’ and the ‘iPhone’: smartphone application technology in the risk analysis of a pigmented skin lesion being a malignant melanoma : DS36
The modified interlocking auricular composite graft for challenging defects of the alar rim and soft triangle of the nose : DS37
Skin surgical proformas improve documentation as well as clinical standards : DS38
The diverse application of laser hair removal: experience from a single laser unit : DS39
Mohs micrographic surgery for recurrent perianal basal cell carcinoma : DS40
Cutaneous malignant melanoma: does increased number of biopsies increase melanoma detection? : DS41
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus surveillance for elective dermatological surgery : DS42
Necessity of full skin examination in a pigmented lesion clinic? : DS43
The folded-over three-stage paramedian forehead flap: a reliable, reproducible and aesthetic method of reconstructing both nasal lining and skin cover in full-thickness nasal defects : DS44
The Oxfordshire Community Dermatology Service : DS45
Bilateral scrotal basal cell carcinomas in a black patient (Fitzpatrick skin phototype VI) : DS46
Mohs micrographic surgery in primary care: knowledge of the technique and perceptions of Mohs surgeons among general practitioners in one U.K. region : DS47
The physiological process of cutaneous wound healing: current antiscarring agents and what the future holds : DS48
Hair transplant: controlling the length of time allowed for the procedure to prevent bleeding and ‘pop out’ : DS49
Epithelioid malignant schwannoma: a clinicopathological evaluation of 13 cases : DP01
Pure cutaneous malignant glomus tumour: reappraisal of the criteria to assess malignancy : DP02
Pleomorphic dermal sarcoma: a clinicopathological study of 32 distinctive tumours in the spectrum of atypical fibroxanthoma : DP03
Indolent CD8+ lymphoid proliferation of the ear: six cases including some atypical features : DP04
Primary cutaneous rhabdomyosarcomas and rhabdomyosarcomatous differentiation of cutaneous lesions: a series of six cases : DP05
Evaluation of the role of routine melan-A immunohistochemistry for the assessment of microinvasion in 120 cases of lentigo maligna : DP06
Evaluation of follicular T-helper cells in primary cutaneous CD4+ small/medium-sized pleomorphic T-cell lymphomas and a series of inflammatory dermatoses : DP07
Isolated sebaceous skin tumours showing immunohistochemical loss of MSH2/MSH6 gene expression may not be associated with Lynch syndrome : DP08
A 10-year retrospective audit of sentinel lymph node biopsy false-negative rates in a tertiary referral centre : DP09
Benign intraneural adnexal lesions: report of two cases : DP10
Multiple distant-site activation of photodamaged areas following localized application of 5% imiquimod cream : DP11
Are we relying too heavily on dermoscopy? : DP12
When a nonspecific histology can be a clue to the diagnosis : DP13
Necrotizing infundibular crystalline folliculitis: a rare entity : DP14
Eosinophilic fasciitis: a case series : DP15
Spectrum of histopathological patterns secondary to topical EMLA application on vulval mucosa/skin : DP16
Antinuclear antibody in patients with pemphigus vulgaris: a case-control study : DP17
Blau syndrome: a rare systemic granulomatous disorder : DP18
Erosive acantholytic dermatosis of the vulva : DP19
Clear cell papulosis: a rare cause of hypopigmented macules : DP20
Hand full of sweets: neutrophilic dermatosis of the dorsal hands : DP21
Lipoedematous alopecia: a rare cause of hair loss : DP22
Mucinous metaplasia of the vulva: a rare histological feature : DP23
A rare case of calcific panniculitis associated with dermatomyositis : DP24
Enhancing diagnostic sensitivity for cutaneous blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasia : DP25
An inflammatory rash : DP26
A case of tumoral stage mycosis fungoides with histological features of an aggressive CD8+ cytotoxic T-cell lymphoma : DP27
A unique case of extralesional mucin deposition in a patient with eruptive myxoid dermatofibromas : DP28
Immune reconstitution-associated disease in the dermatological care of the human immunodeficiency virus-infected patient: an under-recognized phenomenon : BI01
DNA repair inhibition and azathioprine immunosupression : BI02
Review of renal transplant recipients managed in a transplant-dermatology surveillance clinic : BI03
Development of a standardized actinic keratosis assessment protocol : BI04
Chronic erosive and verrucous herpes simplex of the penis in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia : BI05
Intravenous cidofovir for the treatment of florid cutaneous warts in association with chronic graft-versus-host disease : BI06
Multiple digit periungual squamous cell carcinomas in situ: a novel treatment approach with radiotherapy : BI07
Human immunodeficiency virus-associated eosinophilic folliculitis: an important late pick up! : BI08
Disseminated cutaneous Mycobacterium chelonae infection in an immunosuppressed patient : BI09
Disseminated subcutaneous Mycobacterium chelonae infection in a patient with relapsing polychondritis : BI10
Kaposi sarcoma associated with human immunodeficiency virus and iatrogenic Cushing syndrome : BI11
Human papillomavirus is associated with nonmelanoma skin cancer in human immunodeficiency virus : BI12
Skin care awareness in renal transplant patients: a re-audit : BI13
Chemoprophylactic low-dose acitretin for squamous cell carcinoma in renal transplant patients : BI14
Acute-onset palmoplantar hyperkeratosis: an atypical presentation of graft-versus-host disease : BI15
Skin cancer surveillance in renal transplant recipients : BI16
Skin manifestations in primary immunodeficiency : BI17
Malignant transformation of porokeratosis in an organ transplant recipient: is active intervention to clear porokeratosis justified (or, time to review the need for active intervention)? : BI18
A 5-year study on cutaneous malignancies developing in renal transplant recipients in the South West : BI19
Skin cancer awareness in patients who have received or are likely to receive a liver transplant : BI20
Nodular localized cutaneous amyloidosis in a renal transplant patient : BI21
Large vessel calciphylaxis in association with POEMS syndrome : BI22
Warfarin-induced cutaneous necrosis due to protein C deficiency and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome : BI23
Sebaceoma in an immunosuppressed organ transplant recipient : BI24
Dermatological assessment of a renal transplant population: previous contact with dermatology services and point prevalence of skin disease : BI25
A 30-year retrospective review of melanoma in childhood and young people in South-East Scotland : PA01
Vitamin D supplementation improves atopic dermatitis and atopic dermatitis complicated by eczema herpeticum : PA02
Linear and whorled naevoid hypermelanosis associated with ectrodactyly, ectodermal dysplasia and cleft lip-palate syndrome : PA03
RNP antibody-positive neonatal lupus erythematosus: a case report and review of the literature : PA04
Localized junctional epidermolysis bullosa with normal dental enamel : PA05
Successful topical rapamycin treatment for facial angiofibromata in a child : PA06
Outbreak of Trichophyton tonsurans in a hospital nursery: a complex management scenario : PA07
Service evaluation of a nurse-led eczema education programme in a inner city setting in relation to parental and child outcomes : PA08
The European TREatment of severe Atopic eczema in children Taskforce (TREAT) survey: analysis of U.K. responses : PA09
Abnormalities of growth and endocrinology in children with congenital melanocytic naevi : PA10
Lethal autosomal recessive epidermolysis bullosa simplex with bowel atresia due to a novel plectin mutation : PA11
Acral peeling skin syndrome is frequently misdiagnosed as epidermolysis bullosa simplex : PA12
Gene mutations in the Irish epidermolysis bullosa population : PA13
Effectiveness and safety of narrowband ultraviolet B phototherapy in children : PA14
Familial carotenaemia and carotenoderma : PA15
Aleukaemic congenital leukaemia cutis : PA16
Aquagenic wrinkling of the palms: is genetic testing for cystic fibrosis required when there are no other clinical features? : PA17
Rare case of juvenile xanthogranuloma with systemic involvement and haematological dysfunction treated with chemotherapy : PA18
Terra firma-forme dermatosis: a wipeable disease! : PA19
Happle-Tinschert syndrome: two cases with clues to the pathogenesis : PA20
The nurse-led paediatric eczema clinic: an audit of service provision : PA21
Paediatric dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans treated with Mohs micrographic surgery: a series of five cases : PA22
Central sensitization: an under-reported cause of treatment-resistant chronic pain in vascular malformations : PA23
Cutaneous CD30-positive anaplastic large cell lymphoma in an adolescent : PA24
Laparoscopic gastrostomy placement in children with epidermolysis bullosa appears safe and effective : PA25
Children with dermatological conditions admitted to paediatric intensive care: analysis of a national clinical audit database : PA26
Propranolol for the treatment of infantile haemangiomas: our experience with 33 patients : PA27
Evolution of phenotype in three brothers with a homozygous mutation in desmoplakin : PA28
Widespread hyperkeratotic acanthosis nigricans in Berardinelli-Seip congenital lipodystrophy : PA29
Fragrance mix screens fail to predict contact allergy : CD01
The use of a short fragrance series as a marker for fragrance allergy in patients with a history suggesting cosmetic reactions : CD02
Oxidized terpene allergy has diverse clinical features : CD03
A case of chlorhexidine-induced anaphylaxis to mouthwash : CD04
Three cases of occupational allergic contact dermatitis to tetrahydrofurfuryl acrylate in an ultraviolet dielectric ink : CD05
A 3-year retrospective review of patch testing in the paediatric population : CD06
Allergic contact dermatitis in a child due to panthenol in facial wipes : CD07
An audit of patch testing in a district general hospital using the British Contact Dermatitis Society database : CD08
Does the potency of contact allergens influence strength of elicitation? : CD09
The role of 7-day patch test reading : CD10
Two cases of dermographic urticaria presenting as anaphylaxis: a rare but life-threatening complication : CD11
Protamine allergy in a diabetic patient with dermographism : CD12
Human seminal plasma hypersensitivity and successful conception : CD13
Contact dermatitis to ‘Butterfly Wings’ : CD14
Seeing red? Turmeric-induced colour change with dimethylglyoxime spot testing : CD15
What's in a name? The importance of brand recognition in contact allergy : CD16
Audit of patch testing in leg ulcer patients: a Scottish experience : CD17
Systemic contact urticaria to neomycin : CD18
Food-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis: a series of three cases : CD19
Secondary care referral rate changes and costs during a teledermatology service in a city : BT01
Teledermatology using Choose and Book is an effective tool for managing dermatology referrals : BT02
Smartphones, Apps and dermatology : BT03
Molluscum contagiosum virus: from Bateman to viral genome sequencing in < 200 years : H01
The origins of skin care in Birmingham: a tale of rags to rashes : H02
Robert Willan and Thomas Bateman: a partnership not made in Heaven : H03
Sir Winston Churchill's dermatoses and his dermatologists : H04
‘Strip to the buff is the rule’: dermatology from William Osler's point of view : H05
James Edmunds MD, MRCP at four Fitzroy Square: an unrecognized polymath : H06
Abraham Buschke: the man behind the eponyms : H07
The management of lymph nodes in the treatment of melanoma: a historical controversy : H08
Naaman's ‘cure’ : H09
Larval therapy: withstanding the test of time? : H10
Arsenic: past and present : H11
The pimpled historic journey of rosacea : H12
Effectiveness and efficiency in dermatology: Archie Cochrane and the birth of the Cochrane Skin Group : H13
Turning the tide: a history and review of hyperhidrosis treatment : H14
Morten Ansgar Kveim (1892–1966) and the Norwegian contributions to sarcoidosis : H15
Dr Henry Faulds (1843–1930): a pioneer of fingerprints : H16
PUVA through the ages: Ibn al-Bitar to El-Mofty : H17
Stress and psoriasis: a historical perspective : H18