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Journal of Dermatological Treatment


Title Abbreviation
J Dermatolog Treat
ISSN
0954-6634
Electronic ISSN
1471-1753
Readership
Dermatologists, Nurses, Pharmacists, Pharmacologists, Surgeons
Scope
MEDLINE-indexed Journal of Dermatological Treatment covers topical, systemic, phototherapeutic, and other approaches to treating skin disease. The journal aims to give dermatologists practical value through cutting-edge information on new treatments in all areas of dermatology. Accepted content benefits from rapid review and full-color illustrations. The journal’s focus includes: Topical and systemic dermatological therapies, including novel biologicals; Dermatological phototherapy; Dermatological surgery and lasers; Skin pharmacology. Journal of Dermatological Treatment accepts original articles, review articles, case reports, short reports, industry reports, correspondence, book reviews, viewpoint articles, and letters to the editor.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Taylor & Francis, Inc. - UK
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