Globale Dermatologie

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About 'Globale Dermatologie' Channel

Portail d'information sur le thème de la Dermatologie

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Vitliigo and Metabolic syndrome

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Vitiligo and Atherosclerosis

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How skin pH could affect disease activity in Atopic Dermatitis

[...]   Atopic Dermatitis (AD), beyond filaggrin mutations is better understood, but still remains (at the time of [...]

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[...] ): It was combined 25mg/g with an ointment base…and became moderately effective initially for Atopic Dermatitis. Results […] [...]

Photophoresis-induced Red Blood Cell Disorders

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Mentorship in dermatology – the pioneers

[...] France was where a lot of the building of modern dermatology was made. Baron JL Alibert was of high importance in the development of education in [...]

Keratosis follicularis: who was Darier ?

[...] and sub-specialized in dermatopathology. Darier is considered as the father of modern dermatology in France and wrote a dermatology textbook  “Précis de Dermatologie” (edited 4 times). [...]

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[...] Description of primary and secondary lesions is the ground for modern dermatology and the classification of skin diseases. From 1798 to 1808, different parts of a book [...]

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Metabolic Syndrome and the Skin (For Professionals)

[...] Metabolic Syndrome and the Skin (For Professionals) Metabolic syndrome is also known as metabolic syndrome X, cardiometabolic syndrome, syndrome X, insulin resistance syndrome, Reaven’s syndrome ( [...]

Vitliigo and Metabolic syndrome

[...] areas are affected, such as the face. Psoriasis is associated with the so-called named “metabolic syndrome” (MS): abdominal (central) obesity, elevated blood pressure, elevated fasting plasma [...]

Vitiligo and Atherosclerosis

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