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Dermatologic Therapy


Title Abbreviation
Dermatol Ther
ISSN
1396-0296
Electronic ISSN
1529-8019
Therapeutic Area
Readership
Allied Health Professionals, Dermatologists, Physicians, Researchers
Scope
Dermatologic Therapy was founded a quarter century ago to enhance an important area in the dermatologic literature with an authoritative, scholarly source of the latest information on the treatment of diseases that affect the skin, hair, nails or accessible mucous membranes. The journal maintains an international focus of interest to a wide readership. Dermatologic Therapy invites submissions of applicable original research articles and reviews. The priorities for publication highlight scientific merit, originality, and salience to academia and the medical community. With dermatological treatments evolving rapidly, disseminating notable information and advancing knowledge in relevant areas is crucial to Dermatologic Therapy’s mission. The purview of Dermatologic Therapy includes prospective, retrospective, case-controlled, longitudinal and randomized controlled trials as well as various treatment modalities, novel techniques and instruments, and safety and efficacy studies.
Sponsoring Association(s)
North American Clinical Dermatologic Society (NACDS)
Publisher Name
Wiley-Blackwell
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