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Clinical and Experimental Dermatology is an official publication of the British Association of Dermatologists. It is a unique provider of relevant and accessible material of educational value to practising clinicians and dermatological researchers.

Clinical and Experimental Dermatology offers Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activities in conjunction with the publication of Review articles. All CPD activities are free of charge.


PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
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Improvement in moderate to severe vitiligo using a novel combination of 308 nm excimer laser and a surgical needling technique
April 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 3
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
A novel mutation in the RSPO4 gene in a patient with autosomal recessive anonychia
April 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 3
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Recurrent penile squamous cell carcinoma in an elderly circumcised man
April 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 3
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Myaesthenia gravis exacerbation caused by axillary injection of botulinum toxin A for treatment of hyperhidrosis
April 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 3
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Enlarging plaques and nodules on the face and legs
April 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 3
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Innate immunity in cutaneous melanoma
April 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 3
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Use of nicotinamide in dermatology
March 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Vulvar superficial granulomatous pyoderma successfully treated with dapsone
March 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Toll-like receptor (TLR)7 expression in mycosis fungoides and psoriasis: a case – control study
March 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Dabigatran in the management of livedoid vasculopathy
March 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
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FEATURED ACTIVITIES

 
An unusual cause for cutaneous ulceration
March 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Dabigatran in the management of livedoid vasculopathy
March 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Toll-like receptor (TLR)7 expression in mycosis fungoides and psoriasis: a case – control study
March 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 2
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
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