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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 13, Number 3, 1 June 1997

Editoral
pp. 71-71(1)
Author: Bergstresser, Paul R.

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Phototesting for polymorphic light eruption (PLE) with consecutive UVA1/UVB‐irradiation
pp. 72-74(3)
Authors: Salomon, N.; Messer, G.; Dick, D.; Plewig, G.; Röcken, M.

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Role of viral infection in porphyria cutanea tarda
pp. 75-77(3)
Author: Lim, H. W.

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What is actinic prurigo in Britain?
pp. 85-86(2)
Authors: Grabczynska, S. A.; Hawk, J. L. M.

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Actinic prurigo
pp. 87-88(2)
Author: Lane, P. R.

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Polymorphous light eruption
pp. 89-90(2)
Author: Epstein, J. H.

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UVB and PUVA therapies in HIV patients: are they safe?
pp. 91-92(2)
Authors: Beer, J. Z.; Zmudzka, B. Z.

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Photodermatitis from ketoprofen with cross‐reactivity to fenofibrate and benzophenones
pp. 93-97(5)
Authors: Leroy, D.; Dompmartin, A.; Szczurko, C.; Michel, M.; Louvet, S.

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Factors influencing the photo‐reproduction of hydroa vacciniforme lesions
pp. 98-102(5)
Authors: Leroy, D.; Dompmartin, A.; Michel, M.; Tack, B.; Bravard, P.; Louvet, S.

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Effect of UVB 311 nm irradiation on normal human skin
pp. 103-108(6)
Authors: Viac, J.; Goujon, C.; Misery, L.; Staniek, V.; Faure, M.; Schmitt, D.; Claudy, A.

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Photoprotective effect of calcipotriol upon skin photoreaction to UVA and UVB
pp. 109-114(6)
Authors: Youn, J. I.; Park, B. S.; Chung, J. H.; Lee, J. H.

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Calendar
pp. 115-115(1)

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