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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 4, Number 2, June 2005

Is cosmetic dermatology real medicine?
pp. 53-54(2)
Author: Draelos, Zoe Diana

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Hydroquinone and its analogues in dermatology – a potential health risk
pp. 55-59(5)
Authors: Westerhof, W; Kooyers, T J

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Aging of hair
pp. 60-72(13)
Author: Trüeb, Ralph M

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Digital ultraviolet reflectance photography can be used to quantify improvements in photodamage
pp. 73-77(5)
Authors: Freedman, B M; Earley, R V; Balakrishnan, T P

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The cosmetic treatment of urticaria pigmentosa with Nd:YAG laser at 532 nanometers
pp. 78-82(5)
Authors: Resh, Brooke; Jones, Evan; Glaser, Dee Anna

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Education and behavioral change for sun protection
pp. 83-88(6)
Authors: Stengel, Fernando M; Fernandez, J Förster

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Artificial nails and psoriasis
pp. 103-106(4)
Author: André, Josette

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Microdermabrasion followed by a 5% retinoid acid chemical peel vs. a 5% retinoid acid chemical peel for the treatment of photoaging – a pilot study
pp. 111-116(6)
Authors: Hexsel, Doris; Mazzuco, Rosemari; Dal’Forno, Taciana; Zechmeister, Debora

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Medium-depth and deep chemical peels
pp. 117-128(12)
Author: Camacho, Francisco M

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Topical retinoids in the treatment of photoaging
pp. 130-134(5)
Authors: Stefanaki, Christina; Stratigos, Alexander; Katsambas, Andreas

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Psychological aspects of hair disease
pp. 142-147(6)
Author: Grimalt, Ramon

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