Skin Research and Technology is a clinically-oriented journal on biophysical methods and imaging techniques and how they are used in dermatology, cosmetology and plastic surgery for noninvasive quantification of skin structure and functions. Papers are invited on the development and validation of methods and their application in the characterization of diseased, abnormal and normal skin.
The American Journal of Dermatopathology offers outstanding coverage of the latest diagnostic approaches and laboratory techniques, as well as insights into contemporary social, legal, and ethical concerns. Each issue features review articles on clinical, technical, and basic science advances and illuminating, detailed case reports.
TO MEET the informational needs of multidisciplinary skin and wound care practitioners through publication of peer-reviewed original research, comprehensive review papers, and practical patient management articles that meet the criteria of scientific credibility, fair balance, and relevance to clinical practice. TO PROVIDE a forum for current information on new products, emerging technologies, educational opportunities, and research breakthroughs to support the clinical and professional development of skin and wound care practitioners.
Wound Management & Prevention is the latest incarnation of Ostomy Wound Management, which was founded in March of 1980 as Ostomy Management. In 1985, this small journal dramatically expanded its content and readership by embracing the overlapping disciplines of ostomy care, wound care, incontinence care, and related skin and nutritional issues and became the premier journal of its kind. Ostomy Wound Management's readers include health care professionals from multiple disciplines.
In the past decade research into skin pharmacology has rapidly developed with new and promising drugs and therapeutic concepts being introduced regularly. Recently, the use of nanoparticles for drug delivery in dermatology and cosmetology has become a topic of intensive research, yielding remarkable and in part surprising results. Another topic of current research is the use of tissue tolerable plasma in wound treatment.
Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery (SCMS) presents well-rounded and authoritative discussions of important clinical areas, especially those undergoing rapid change in the specialty. Each issue, under the direction of the Editors and Guest Editors selected because of their expertise in the subject area, includes the most current information on the diagnosis and management of specific disorders of the skin, as well as the application of the latest scientific findings to patient care.
The journal is a forum for new information about the direct and distant effects of electromagnetic radiation (ultraviolet, visible and infrared) mediated through skin. The divisions of the editorial board reflect areas of specific interest: aging, carcinogenesis, immunology, instrumentation and optics, lasers, photodynamic therapy, photosensitivity, pigmentation and therapy. Photodermatology, Photoimmunology & Photomedicine includes original articles, reviews, communications and editorials.
Pediatric Dermatology answers the need for new ideas and strategies for today's pediatrician or dermatologist. As a teaching vehicle, the Journal is still unsurpassed and it will continue to present the latest on topics such as hemangiomas, atopic dermatitis, rare and unusual presentations of childhood diseases, neonatal medicine, and therapeutic advances. As important progress is made in any area involving infants and children, Pediatric Dermatology is there to publish the findings.
Leprosy Review is a peer-reviewed journal including original papers on all aspects of leprosy. Topics published include research into the medical, physical, and social aspects of leprosy and information relevant to leprosy control. We publish original research, short reports, case studies, and reviews. The vision of the journal is to improve the management and control of leprosy and its consequences, by providing relevant research and sharing experiences and treatments.
Journal of Wound Care (JWC) is the definitive wound-care journal and the leading source of up-to-date research and clinical information on everything related to tissue viability. The journal was first launched in 1992 and aimed at catering to the needs of the multidisciplinary team. Published monthly, the journalÕs international audience includes nurses, doctors and researchers specialising in wound management and tissue viability, as well as generalists wishing to enhance their practice.