Somatic mosaicism for activating mutations in codon 61 of NRAS is responsible for multiple congenital melanocytic naevi and neurocutaneous melanosis, and underpins the increased risk of melanoma : O01
Clinical characteristics and outcome in patients with multibacillary leprosy treated with 12 months of World Health Organization multidrug therapy multibacillary regimen: a retrospective analysis of 730 patients from India : O02
Interim analysis of STEVIE, a single-arm, openlabel, multicentre study to evaluate the safety of the hedgehog pathway inhibitor vismodegib in patients with advanced basal cell carcinoma : O03
Mathematical modelling of patient flow through secondary care treatments for psoriasis: a novel approach to assist improvement to a complex healthcare system : O04
The role of pharmacists in the management of dermatological conditions in the community: a survey of pharmacists in an urban area : O05
What should general practice trainees learn about childhood atopic eczema? A modified Delphi study exploring the views of healthcare professionals and parents of children with atopic eczema : O06
‘Choose and Book’ teledermatology: a service overview : O07
Topical glycopyrrolate spray 2% reduces axillary hyperhidrosis to a similar extent as Botox injections : O08
Diagnostic criteria for erosive lichen planus affecting the vulva: an electronic Delphi consensus exercise : O09
Use of electrochemotherapy in the management of unresectable malignant melanoma and metastatic skin deposits : O10
Infliximab for hidradenitis suppurativa; should we be measuring antibody levels? : O11
A novel use for botulinum toxin A in the management of ileostomy and urostomy leaks : O12
The risk of postoperative complications in patients with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis on biological therapy : O13
Drug survival of fumaric acid esters for psoriasis: a retrospective study : O14
High-sensitivity C-reactive protein as a marker of psoriasis severity and cardiovascular risk : RF01
Hypertension is prevalent in psoriasis and should be treated more aggressively : RF02
A controlled trial of mindfulness-based stress reduction in psoriasis and investigation of telomerase as a biomarker of psychological distress : RF03
Vemurafenib, photosensitivity and human papillomavirus infection: an emerging story : RF04
Gamma-secretase mutations in hidradenitis suppurativa (acne inversa): a new insight into disease pathogenesis : RF05
Cutaneous features of dermatomyositis associated with myositis-specific antibodies : RF06
Filaggrin-null individuals with and without eczema have a higher proportion of CD11c positive antigen presenting cells than wild type individuals : RF07
Herpes zoster vaccine effectiveness against incident herpes zoster and post-herpetic neuralgia in an older population in U.S.A. : RF08
Cutaneous cytomegalovirus infection in a patient with generalized pustular psoriasis: a case report : CPC01
Trichodysplasia spinulosa : CPC02
Cutaneous Epstein-Barr virus-associated smooth muscle tumours in the immunosuppressed : CPC03
Expanding the spectrum of Proteus syndrome: bilateral cerebriform plantar collagenomas and varicose veins secondary to a mosaic AKT1 mutation : CPC04
Disseminated malignancy in a patient with Gorlin syndrome: a rare case of metastatic basal cell carcinoma : CPC05
An evolving birthmark: bilateral segmental neurofibromatosis : CPC06
A mild form of Herlitz junctional epidermolysis bullosa with recurrent digital necrosis : CPC07
Generalized eruptive keratoacanthoma of Grzybowski : CPC08
A case of acantholytic dermatosis localized to the male genitalia : CPC09
Reversal of canities in an elderly white woman : CPC10
Perineural invasion in primary and recurrent cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma presenting as cranial nerve palsies and pain : CPC11
Paraneoplastic palmar fasciitis and polyarthritis syndrome : CPC12
Antismall ubiquitin-like modifier-activating enzyme positive dermatomyositis : CPC13
Oral bisphosphonate in the treatment of synovitis, acne, pustulosis, hyperostosis and osteitis syndrome : CPC14
Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis/toxic epidermal necrolysis overlap syndrome: a reaction not to be underestimated : CPC15
A case of diffuse dermal angiomatosis related to a breast implant : P01
Metastatic basal cell carcinoma : P02
Animal-type melanoma: how should we manage this rare entity? : P03
Three generations of hereditary leiomyomatosis associated with renal cell cancer : P04
Dermatoses localizing to radiotherapy sites : P05
Churg-Strauss presenting with urticated skin lesions : P06
Female-pattern hair loss in a hypopituitarism: possible response to androgen replacement therapy : P07
Dössekker tuberous myxoedema revisited: a rare variant of scleromyxoedema : P08
Urticarial vasculitis associated with an acquired reactive perforating collagenosis in pregnancy : P09
de Toni-Fanconi syndrome secondary to fumaric acid esters : P10
First case report of localized bullous pemphigoid occurring on an oedematous leg secondary to chronic superficial femoral artery occlusion : P11
The psychological impact of a diagnosis of basal cell carcinoma : P12
Toxic epidermal necrolysis-like lupus : P13
Erythema multiforme caused by ingestion of atropine eye drops: a previously unreported phenomenon : P14
Primary cutaneous cryptococcosis in a patient with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia treated with alemtuzumab : P15
Biological switching: infliximab- and adalimumab-induced folliculitis : P16
Flucloxacillin-induced unusual drug reaction in a child: an example of epitope spread : P17
Leukaemia cutis mimicking pyoderma gangrenosum : P18
Atypical hidradenitis suppurativa involving nonflexural body sites : P19
Multiple exquisitely painful leg ulcerations in a teenager : P20
Lupus erythematosus and inclusion body myositis: an important association : P21
Papuloerythroderma of Ofuji: case report and review of the literature : P22
Novel mutation in keratin 10 causing autosomal dominant epidermolytic ichthyosis : P23
Langerhans cell histiocytosis: treatment of cutaneous disease with azathioprine : P24
Multiple halo naevi associated with tocilizumab treatment : P25
Acute necrotizing eosinophilic myocarditis: a rare complication of sulfasalazine-induced drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms syndrome. A case report : P26
Identification of a novel mutation causing Bloom Syndrome with no facial telangiectasia or erythema : P27
Vemurafenib-exacerbated eruptive disseminated syringomas : P28
Autonomic leuconychia : P29
X-linked recessive dyskeratosis congenita: an important dermatological diagnosis : P30
Clouston syndrome caused by a heterozygous mutation in connexin 30, resembling pachyonychia congenita : P31
Multicentric reticulohistiocytosis treated with adalimumab : P32
An audit of acute dermatology referrals at a district general hospital : P33
Dermatology on-call service: is it really necessary? : P34
The U.K. Dermatology Clinical Trials Network Trainee Group: developing evidence-based practice and research engagement among dermatology trainees : P35
Is dermatology a forgotten subject within core medical training? : P36
An audit to support the need for emergency dermatology training : P37
Addressing a lack of dressings knowledge : P38
The 5-year itch: comparison of walk-in vs. choose-and-book emergency dermatology clinics in 2007 and 2012 : P39
Dermatology training in the U.K.: does it reflect the diversity of our population? : P40
Infections in the ustekinumab psoriasis clinical trial programme: final report with up to 5 years of follow-up : P41
Utility of a national hair microscopy service : P42
The revised Leeds acne grading scale: how accurate and clinically useful is it? : P43
Post-traumatic stress disorder following drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms : P44
Malignancies in the ustekinumab psoriasis clinical development programme: final report with up to 5 years of follow-up : P45
Psychological impact of delusional infestation: preliminary results : P46
Practical experience of biological treatment of very severe psoriasis: a retrospective case-cohort study of patients with a baseline Psoriasis Area and Severity Index score greater than 20 : P47
One person's pink is another person's purple : P48
Differences in psoriasis severity and exposure to immunomodulatory therapies between cigarette smokers and nonsmokers: observations from the Psoriasis Longitudinal Assessment and Registry in patients with moderate to severe psoriasis : P49
Red scrotum syndrome: a clinicopathological study : P50
A clinical audit of the effect of targeted advice and vitamin D supplementation on serum vitamin D levels in patients with melanoma : P51
Psoriasis, comorbidities and lifestyle: what is the patient's understanding of it? : P52
Do dermatologists really know the costs of the investigations they request? A survey of dermatologists in practice : P53
Fatigue as a symptom in psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis : P54
Patch testing practice in the U.K. : P55
How are patients with actinic keratoses managed in primary care? : P56
Five-year recurrence rate of lentigo maligna after treatment with imiquimod determined using in vivo confocal microscopy : P57
Incidence of primary cutaneous T-cell lymphoma in Wales : P58
Progress towards integrating a melanoma diagnostic index into a U.K. dermatology department quality dashboard : P59
The treatment of cutaneous metastatic melanoma with topical diphencyprone : P60
The perils of using national cancer surveys to reflect local departmental practices : P61
The need for full body skin examination on patients referred to dermatology with a lesion : P62
The management of narrowly excised cutaneous squamous cell carcinomas : P63
Electronic patient booking and quality measures in skin cancer management : P64
Two-week waits, adherence to referral guidelines, and rate of secondary malignancy in the suspected cancer clinic : P65
Iontophoresis for hyperhidrosis: effectiveness of treatment : P66
Predictors of response to increasing the dose of etanercept: results of an audit : P67
Audit of potent topical steroid use among new psoriasis patients referred to a dermatology department : P68
Topical immunotherapy with diphenylcyclopropenone for alopecia areata: our experience : P69
Delusional infestation and patient adherence to treatment : P70
Review of the use of diphencyprone in the treatment of alopecia areata: the last 20 years in Glasgow : P71
Pro forma improves compliance with NICE guidance in the assessment and management of atopic eczema in children under 12 years : P72
Xeomin® vs. Botox® in the treatment of severe axillary hyperhidrosis : P73
Use of botulinum toxin injections to treat notalgia paraesthetica : P74
Inflammatory leg ulcers: do not forget compression : P75
Tuberculosis screening of patients on biological therapies: linking clinical practice to national guidelines : P76
Cardiovascular safety in the ustekinumab Clinical Development Programme: final update with up to 5 years of follow-up : P77
Targeted cognitive behavioural therapy is effective in reducing alcohol misuse in patients with moderate to severe psoriasis : P78
Traditional antiseptics show ineffective antistaphylococcal bactericidal activity : P79
Distinguishing between bioequivalence and bioavailability: the pitfalls of switching brands in ciclosporin prescribing : P80
Randomized controlled study to evaluate the effectiveness of dexamethasone oral minipulse therapy vs. oral minocycline in patients with active vitiligo vulgaris : P81
Evaluation of the bactericidal activity of an antiseptic emollient wash formulation against Panton-Valentine leucocidin-producing Staphylococcus aureus : P82
White's tar paste as an outpatient-based treatment for psoriasis : P83
Analgesia requirements in toxic epidermal necrolysis: unmeasured and unmet? : P84
Long term prophylactic management of hereditary angio-oedema, a rare but important cause of referrals to dermatology : P85
Our experience of transient elastography and Fibrotest ® in monitoring patients taking methotrexate for psoriasis : P86
Therapy with rituximab for pemphigus and pemphigoid: a retrospective study of 103 patients : P87
A prospective, double-blind, randomized controlled trial of folic acid supplementation vs. placebo in patients with chronic plaque psoriasis treated with methotrexate and effects on serum homocysteine : P88
Patients with xeroderma pigmentosum complementation groups C, E and V do not have abnormal sunburn reactions : PD01
Prevalence of chronic actinic dermatitis in an ethnically diverse UK population : PD02
Self-administration of hospital-based narrowband UVB (TL-01) phototherapy: a feasibility study in an outpatient setting : PD03
Evaluation of patients' and healthcare professionals' knowledge and views about home phototherapy : PD04
A regional audit of phototherapy services : PD05
An overview of patients investigated in the National Photodiagnostic Service in a tertiary setting over a 22-year period : PD06
Determination of optimum operating point for hand held minimum erythema dose device : PD07
Subcutaneous panniculitis-like cutaneous T-cell lymphoma treated with UVA-1 phototherapy : PD08
An illustrative case series of X-linked dominant protoporphyria : PD09
Do display monitors and ‘tablet’ screens emit sufficient UVA or UVB to affect photosensitive patients? : PD10
MMP12 is induced by UVA1 but not UVB : PD11
2011-2012 Audit and survey of phototherapy services in the West Midlands (U.K.) : PD12
Safety, complications and patients' acceptance of Mohs micrographic surgery under local anaesthesia: results from the U.K. Mohs Acceptance and Patient Safety Collaboration Group : DS01
Bedside pathology with ex vivo fluorescence confocal microscopy to guide Mohs surgery : DS02
Surgical excision vs. imiquimod 5% cream for basal cell carcinoma: a multicentre noninferiority randomized controlled trial : DS03
Short-duration cold trypsinization as a novel method in noncultured epidermal suspension transplantation in stable vitiligo : DS04
Analysis of a dermatopathology audit of Mohs section reporting by Mohs surgeons in a Mohs fellowship training dermatology surgery unit : DS05
Change in histological diagnosis following Mohs micrographic surgery : DS06
Two-centre audit of Mohs surgery using a U.K. national Mohs minimal dataset: next steps to test the agreed minimum dataset : DS07
Five-year experience of the Johnson square procedure for lentigo maligna and lentigo maligna melanoma: the Nottingham experience of 15 cases : DS08
Curettage: an economical use of everyone's time? A retrospective audit into the treatment of cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma in a U.K. district general hospital : DS09
Skin adhesive use in cutaneous surgery : DS10
Suspension sutures to achieve aesthetically favourable horizontal primary closure of infraorbital Mohs defects to avoid ectropion: a case series of six patients : DS11
The Z-plasty pedicle flap for enhanced cosmesis in upper cutaneous lip repair : DS12
The ‘apical lip flip’ for challenging defects of the nasal ala : DS13
A prospective study of secondary intention scalp wound healing and outcomes following skin cancer excision : DS14
The lenticular island pedicle flap for large centrofacial defects : DS15
The ‘bridge rotation’: a novel repair option for periocular and paranasal surgical defects : DS16
Variations in histological subtypes of basal cell carcinoma between initial biopsy and final excision : DS17
Mohs micrographic surgery for desmoplastic trichoepithelioma: a report of 11 cases : DS18
‘The spaghetti technique’: a useful technique in the surgical management of lentigo maligna and lentigo maligna melanoma : DS19
Pilot study of use of ‘photographic rhinometry’ following Mohs micrographic surgery for skin cancers : DS20
Potential use of patient-reported outcome measures after Mohs surgery : DS21
The ‘inverted’ advancement and inferior rotation of the nasal sidewall flap for defects of the medial canthus : DS22
The specialist nonmelanoma skin cancer multidisciplinary team : DS23
Management of Merkel cell carcinoma in the south east of England: a retrospective cohort analysis of 67 cases over a 7-year period : DS24
A prospective qualitative study of patient satisfaction following secondary intention wound healing : DS25
Carcinoma cuniculatum on the heel treated pain free with Mohs micrographic surgery using ultrasound-guided sciatic nerve block : DS26
Trends in incidence of invasive cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma in the north of Scotland over the last 35 years: implications for healthcare spending and the need for increased local sun protection advice : DS27
Improving cosmesis at the donor site using discarded skin following an interpolated paramedian forehead flap procedure : DS28
‘Skimming the surface’: a review of split-thickness skin grafting practice and preferences among dermatological surgeons in the U.K. : DS29
The contralateral subgaleal advancement-rotation flap for the single-stage repair of large defects of the lateral forehead and temple : DS30
The ‘shark-fin’ flap for medium-to-large-sized defects of the preauricular cheek : DS31
Hidradenitis suppurativa: the surgical option : DS32
Cutaneous odontogenous sinus tracts: a clinician's dilemma : DS33
Destructive treatment of lymphangiomata with carbon dioxide laser and diathermy : DS34
Immobilization of full-thickness skin grafts using a multilayered polyurethane foam dressing : DS35
Double hatchet flap for reconstruction of lower-limb defects: technique and comparison with type II keystone flap : DS36
The merits of using alternate staining with toluidine blue and haematoxylin and eosin during Mohs micrographic surgery for basal cell carcinomas : DS37
Self-funding low-priority benign skin lesion surgery: an evaluation of a new service : DS38
Disparity in skin surgery patient information leaflets: do we need a national template? : DS39
Trilobed flap repair for nasal tip and alar defects in eight patients : DS40
Use of the Skin Cancer Index to identify preoperative psychological morbidity : DS41
Laser resurfacing of facial hypertrophic scarring with an erbium:YAG laser : DS42
An extremely delayed reaction following an intradermal filler: a case highlighting the need for tighter regulation and a U.K. register of adverse events related to minimally invasive cosmetic procedures : DS43
Merkel cell carcinoma in the U.K.: an urgent need for evidence-based management : DP01
A 10-year retrospective review of vulval squamous cell carcinoma associated with lichen sclerosus : DP02
Is granuloma faciale part of the IgG4-related disease spectrum? : DP03
p63 and nuclear factor-κB expression in primary cutaneous B-cell lymphoma: further evidence for pathogenetic heterogeneity : DP04
Retrospective 20-year review of pathology reporting of eccrine porocarcinoma in a U.K. dermatology unit : DP05
A retrospective study of 12 cases of vulvar melanoma : DP06
Cutaneous granulomatous lesions in congenital immunodeficiency states : DP07
Perineural inflammation in scleroderma: systematic characterization of a poorly recognized but potentially useful histopathological feature : DP08
Report of two cases of the so-called ‘malignant’ dermatofibroma: can behaviour be predicted on morphology? : DP09
Clinicopathological analysis of 54 patients with cicatricial alopecia : DP10
Cryoglobulinaemia: the tip of the rete ridge : DP11
Bullous scabies associated with positive direct immunofluorescence : DP12
An unusual case of finger ulceration : DP13
Squamous cell carcinoma arising within disseminated superficial actinic porokeratosis : DP14
The forgotten sign: half-half blisters as a presentation of meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus bullous impetigo in a 20-year-old woman returning from the tropics : DP15
‘Lymphoplasmacytic plaque in children’: a report of two adult cases : DP16
To compare bacillary index on slit-skin smear with bacillary index of granuloma in patients with leprosy: its relevance to present therapeutic regimens : DP17
A review of melanoma pathology reporting: looking beyond just Breslow thickness : DP18
Chronic fibrosing vasculitis of the penis : DP19
A rare variant of fibrosarcomatous dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans : DP20
Infliximab-induced alopecia: a recently documented antitumour necrosis factor-α adverse event and a novel cause of noncicatricial alopecia : DP21
Mid-dermal elastolysis of the back presenting 6 years post-toxic epidermal necrolysis : DP22
A rare presentation of cutaneous pseudolymphoma as a preleukaemic state : DP23
Lisinopril-induced pemphigus : DP24
Think zinc: acquired acrodermatitis enteropathica in a patient with metastatic adenocarcinoma of unknown primary : DP25
Cutaneous perineural granulomatous inflammation masquerading as leprosy : DP26
A widespread granulomatous eruption heralding the onset of myelodysplastic syndrome : DP27
Multiple scrotal verruciform xanthomas in a West African man : DP28
Male genital dermatoses in immunocompromised patients : BI01
Response rates of different clinical subtypes of chronic mucocutaneous graft-versus-host disease to extracorporeal photopheresis : BI02
Prospective study of the incidence of skin cancer in prevalent renal transplant patients : BI03
Prevalence and associated risk factors for actinic keratoses and actinic field change among renal transplant patients : BI04
Developing a standardized actinic keratosis assessment protocol : BI05
Impact of skin cancers and premalignancies on the quality of life of organ transplant recipients : BI06
Too much hair, not enough hair and acne after a kidney transplant: it's not always the drugs : BI07
Ecthyma gangrenosum caused by Sphingomonas paucimobilis secondarily infecting herpes zoster in an immunocompromised patient : BI08
Fatal ecthyma gangrenosum associated with a psoas abscess in an immunosuppressed patient : BI09
A rare case of diffuse cutaneous leishmaniasis in an immunocompromised patient on methotrexate : BI10
Bullous pemphigoid mimicking toxic epidermal necrolysis in an HIV-infected woman : BI11
The stubborn skin nodules of Mycobacterium chelonae : BI12
Pattern of mucocutaneous manifestations in adult patients with leukaemia: cross-sectional prevalence study in 193 adult patients with leukaemia from a tertiary care centre in India : BI13
Evaluation of a nurse-led clinic for skin cancer awareness and surveillance of organ transplant recipients : BI14
Chronic herpes simplex infection in immunocompromised individuals, a diagnostic dilemma : BI15
Hairy cell leukaemia presenting as cutaneous interstitial granulomatous dermatitis : BI16
Haematological disorders and cutaneous malignancy: do they go hand in hand? : BI17
An unusual black nodule in a renal transplant recipient : BI18
Nonmelanoma skin cancer in HIV-positive patients : BI19
Mycobacterium chelonae infection in an immunosuppressed patient presenting in an isolated upper extremity sporotrichoid distribution: a challenging diagnosis! : BI20
A dermatology smear campaign : BI21
Patients presenting to the dermatology clinic with an AIDS-defining illness: a report of three cases : BI22
Multidrug-resistant Mycobacterium marinum infection in an immunocompromised patient : BI23
TB or not TB? Prebiologic screening in a low-medium prevalence population : BI24
A case of male breast cancer in a renal transplant recipient : BI25
Abstract withdrawn : BI26
Flexural psoriasis triggered by natalizumab for the treatment of multiple sclerosis: a very rare but reported association : BI27
An unusual complication of systemic therapy in a patient with atopic eczema : BI28
Is skin biopsy needed in cases of high clinical suspicion of cutaneous graft-versus-host disease? : BI29
Calciphylaxis in a patient 16 years after renal transplant : BI30
Early-onset eczema and disease severity are the main risk factors for food sensitization at 3 months of age in exclusively breastfed infants : PA01
Oral azathioprine for the treatment of childhood eczema: safety profile and guidelines for monitoring : PA02
Predictors of persistent meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus colonization in paediatric atopic dermatitis : PA03
Risk factors for the onset and persistence of childhood eczema: birth cohort study : PA04
Interleukin-10 receptor mutation presenting with severe nappy ulceration and infantile inflammatory bowel disease : PA05
Problematic spitzoid lesions in childhood : PA06
Efficacy of topical timolol 0·5% ophthalmic solution to treat infantile haemangioma: a study of 105 haemangiomas from a single centre : PA07
An audit of the initiation of oral propranolol to treat infantile haemangioma in 35 patients : PA08
Unusual granulomatous skin manifestations in children with primary immunodeficiency : PA09
Rituximab in childhood pemphigus: an experience of five patients : PA10
A review of the treatment and demographics of children in the U.K. with vitiligo : PA11
Localized epidermolytic ichthyosis secondary to a novel keratin 1 mutation occurring in monozygotic twins and treated with acitretin : PA12
Are we harming our children on long-term prescribed oral medications from the effects of sugar and other excipients? A case of tooth decay and review of current guidance : PA13
Two cases of rapidly involuting congenital haemangioma : PA14
LEOPARD syndrome or Noonan syndrome? A difficult distinction in early childhood : PA15
Vascular Ehlers-Danlos syndrome presenting with abnormal recurrent bruising in a 3-year-old girl : PA16
A difficult case of atopic eczema: useful learning points : PA17
Cutaneous xanthomas in homozygous familial hypercholesterolaemia: an important lesson : PA18
Abstract withdrawn : PA19
A tale of two brothers: neonatal lupus in an antibody-negative family : PA20
Ichthyosis prematurity syndrome in two siblings : PA21
Deep infantile haemangioma responding to propranolol after the proliferative stage : PA22
Lichen planopilaris: the paradoxical role of tumour necrosis factor α antagonists : PA23
Phenotypic and genotypic overlap between acro-dermato-ungual-lacrimal-tooth syndrome and ectrodactyly-ectodermal dysplasia-clefting syndrome: a better classification is needed : PA24
Aleukaemic congenital leukaemia cutis : PA25
Aneurysmal fibrous histiocytoma in a 3-year-old child : PA26
Dermatitis simulata and the art student : PA27
Poikiloderma of Clericuzio : PA28
Buschke-Ollendorff syndrome affecting lower-limb function in two children : PA29
Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome with multifocal infantile haemangiomas and hepatic haemangioendotheliomas : PA30
A case of juvenile xanthogranuloma with bilateral retinal detachment : PA31
Orofacial granulomatosis predating the onset of multiple autoimmune diseases: an autoimmune association? : PA32
Localized congenital giant juvenile xanthogranulomas resolving with atrophic sequelae : PA33
Spinal dysraphism and its cutaneous signs : PA34
A case of congenital tufted angioma: a rare vascular tumour : PA35
Methylchloroisothiazolinone and methylisothiazolinone contact allergy: a new epidemic : CD01
Outbreak of contact allergy to cosmetic preservative: history repeats itself (again) : CD02
Occupational disease in beauticians reported to the health and occupation research network from 1996 to 2011 : CD03
Our experience with alitretinoin in the management of patients with chronic, severe hand eczema : CD04
An ethnographic insight into the psychological impact of hand eczema : CD05
Patch testing to the 26 individual labelled fragrances over a 2-year period : CD06
Prevalence of allergy to oxidized limonene and linalool in the U.K. : CD07
An outbreak of allergic contact dermatitis to citral in beauticians working in a health spa : CD08
A multicentre review of bakery and dental series allergens tested for cheilitis in the U.K. : CD09
Denture stomatitis resulting from tertiary butylhydroquinone- and methylhydroquinoneinduced allergic contact mucositis : CD10
A case of wheat protein isolate allergy manifesting as anaphylaxis and cosmetic allergy : CD11
Metal allergy and joint replacement: advice in the absence of guidelines : CD12
Allergy at arm's length: occupational contact dermatitis to carbimazole : CD13
Wound dressings: a potential source of acrylate induced allergic contact dermatitis : CD14
A case of systemic contact dermatitis due to intraarticular injection of Depo-Medrone (methylprednisolone) : CD15
Sensitivity to p -phenylenediamine (PPD): positive relationship of response to PPD on patch testing and cross-reactions with other chemically related allergens : CD16
Audit to assess whether a history of a cosmetic reaction or allergic contact reactions to fragrance mix 1 might be predictive of allergic contact reactions to oxidized linalool 6% and oxidized limonene 3% : CD17
Quality measures in a teledermatology service : BT01
Teledermatology service in Tayside, Scotland: a snapshot : BT02
A new model of teledermoscopy combining service and education : BT03
Mobile medical technology software applications for dermatologists and their patients : BT04
Thomas Bateman through the looking glass: a newly discovered personal archive of a sensitive man : H01
Dermatology back in the day: a review of inpatient care in the 1940s : H02
The life and times of the mighty mite : H03
The story of Daniel Carrion: a fatal quest for insight into oroya fever and verruga disease : H04
How the rain forests saved our skin! : H05
H. Radcliffe Crocker: doyen of British dermatology : H06
Joseph Goldberger and the enigma that was pellagra : H07
Why Pthirus pubis don't watch Sex and the City : H08
Hans Reiter: his syndrome and shameful past : H09
Sir Jonathan Hutchinson: freckles and foibles : H10
The Scottish Women's Hospital and increased survival from gas gangrene in World War I : H11
Arthur Whitfield, 1868-1947: much more than an ointment : H12
Wigging out! : H13
The men behind the lines : H14
Historical use of radiation epilation for tinea capitis in childhood: a life sentence? : H15
The mystery of the Black Sore (Kara Yara) : H16
Francis Xavier Dercum, 1856-1931: a less than dolorous life : H17
On target: erythema multiforme, a history : H18
Gerhard Henrik Armauer Hansen (1841-1912), the man who unveiled the mystery of leprosy : H19
What's in a name? The historical descriptions of hidradenitis suppurativa : H20
New empires and old enemies: the story of tuberculosis and its cutaneous manifestations : H21