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Volume 26, Number 5, October 2010

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HIGHLIGHTS FOR OCTOBER
pp. 223-223(1)

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Vitamin D in health and disease
pp. 224-229(6)
Authors: LoPiccolo, Matteo C.; Lim, Henry W.

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Bath psoralen+ultraviolet A photochemotherapy vs. narrow band-ultraviolet B in psoriasis: a comparison of clinical outcome and effect on circulating T-helper and T-suppressor/cytotoxic cells
pp. 235-242(8)
Authors: Salem, Samar Abdallah Mohamed; El-Tohami Barakat, Mohammad Ahmad; Morcos, Christina Mohsen Zaki Metry

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Eltrombopag (75 mg) does not induce photosensitivity: results of a clinical pharmacology trial
pp. 243-249(7)
Authors: Bowen, Carolyn J.; Lobb, Kathryn M.; Park, Jung Wook; Sanderson, Brian; Ferguson, James

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Scleredema treated with broad-band ultraviolet A phototherapy plus colchicine
pp. 257-260(4)
Authors: Yüksek, Jale; Sezer, Engin; Köseoğlu, Doğan; Markoç, Fatma; Yıldız, Havva

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Photoaggravated hand and foot psoriasis
pp. 261-262(2)
Authors: Nalluri, Rajani; Arun, Bavani; Rhodes, Lesley E

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Merkel cell carcinoma arising in immunosuppressed patients treated with high-dose ultraviolet A1 (320–400 nm) phototherapy: a report of two cases
pp. 263-265(3)
Authors: Calzavara-Pinton, Piergiacomo; Monari, Paola; Manganoni, Ausilia M; Ungari, Marco; Rossi, MariaTeresa; Gualdi, Giulio; Venturini, Marina; Sala, Raffaella

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Recent onset vitiligo on acral areas treated with phototherapy: need of early treatment
pp. 266-268(3)
Authors: Lee, Dong-Youn; Kim, Cho-Rok; Lee, Joo-Heung

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Granulomatous tattoo reaction induced by intense pulse light treatment
pp. 275-276(2)
Authors: Tourlaki, Athanasia; Boneschi, Vinicio; Tosi, Diego; Pigatto, Paolo; Brambilla, Lucia

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A case of progressive macular hypomelanosis treated with 1% topical clindamycin lotion and narrow-band ultraviolet B
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