European Journal of Dermatology
The European Journal of Dermatology is an internationally renowned journal for dermatologists and scientists involved in clinical dermatology and skin biology.
Original articles on clinical dermatology, skin biology, immunology and cell biology are published, along with review articles, which offer readers a broader view of the available literature. Each issue also has an important correspondence section, which contains brief clinical and investigative reports and letters concerning articles previously published in the EJD.
The policy of the EJD is to bring together a large network of specialists from all over the world through a series of editorial offices in France, Germany, Italy, and Spain.
The European Journal of Dermatology is indexed in Medline and the Current Contents and the continually improving Impact Factor is evidence of its high quality and international recognition.
The online version of European Journal of Dermatology is now available to both readers and authors. All articles published since 1997 can now be accessed online by pay per view or by subscription.
Impact Factor 2022: 2.5
Volume 33, issue 5, September-October 2023
Pimecrolimus 1% cream for mild-to-moderate atopic dermatitis: a systematic review and meta-analysis with a focus on children and sensitive skin areas
Thomas Luger, Chia-Yu Chu, Ayman Elgendy, Sabeera Begum Binti Kader Ibrahim, Nikolay Murashkin, Sandip Ranjan, Zuotao Zhao
Unveiling the power of convolutional neural networks in melanoma diagnosis
Loïc Van Dieren, Jonathan Z Amar, Naomi Geurs, Tom Quisenaerts, Clément Gillet, Benoit Delforge, Lara De Crane D’heysselaer, EF Filip Thiessen, Curtis L Cetrulo Jr, Alexandre G Lellouch
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Wound healing in 20 questions
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RSPO1-mutated fibroblasts from non-tumoural areas of palmoplantar keratoderma display a cancer-associated phenotype
By Elena Dellambra, Sonia Cordisco, Vittoria Proto, Ezio M. Nicodemi, Biagio Didona, Claudia Cesario, Elisa Pisaneschi, Carola Valente, Massimo Teson, Daniele Castiglia, Liliana Guerra
Online since 27/07/2021
Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on care of melanoma patients in Berlin, Germany: the Mela-COVID survey
By Miriam Teuscher, Katharina Diehl, Marthe-Lisa Schaarschmidt, Juliane Weilandt, Bianca Sasama, Jan Ohletz, Andreas Könnecke, Wolfgang Harth, Uwe Hillen, Wiebke Katharina Peitsch
Online since 01/09/2021
By Sergio Vano-Galvan
The potential role of serum polyclonal free light chains as markers of immune activation in psoriatic patients
By Roberta Di Caprio, Lidia Sacchelli, Gaetano Di Spigna, Margherita Ricciardone, Federico Bardazzi, Paolo Ladogana, Emanuele Scala, Gabriella Fabbrocini, Bianca Covelli, Anna Balato, Loredana Postiglione