Dermatitis

Contact - Atopic - Occupational - Drug
Dermatitis 17103568
ISBN/ISSN: 17103568
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Description

Official publication of the American Contact Dermatitis Society (ACDS), Dermatitis is a bimonthly, peer-reviewed journal that provides clinically focused articles on diagnosis and treatment of dermatologic conditions caused by irritants and allergic reactions. The journal, which features up to eight original studies per issue, well serves the community of practitioners who see patients with skin conditions cause by contact with substances in the workplace, over-the-counter products, plants, and a long list of allergens. Its goal is to be internationally recognized as the preeminent journal for contact dermatitis, occupational and environment dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, and drug dermatitis, as judged by citation indices for journals in these fields.

New: Dermatitis for the iPad is now available in the iTunes App Store! Full-text access via the app is included with your personal subscription.

Features

·         Comprehensive reviews
·         Clinical and laboratory studies
·         Case reports
·         Feature articles

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  • ISSN: 17103568
  • Published: 6 issues per year