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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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Stevens-Johnson syndrome probably induced by ambroxol
June 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Otophyma in Morbihan disease
June 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Multiple, spontaneous, noninflammatory cutaneous atrophic pits on the extremities
June 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Successful treatment of refractory palmoplantar pustulosis with apremilast
June 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
The role of fillers in the management of acne scars
June 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Lentigo maligna successfully treated with combination therapy of topical tazarotene and imiquimod
June 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Lichen scrofulosorum: importance of early recognition
June 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Discoloured saggy skin in a 57-year-old woman
June 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
An unusual and potentially fatal cause of scalp crusting
June 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 4
Activity Type: Journal Based CME
Accreditation: CPD
Verrucous discoid lupus erythematosus in a child
June 2017 | Volume 42, Issue 4
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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