Last Updated on Dec 19, 2019

Latest Publications and Research on Atopic Dermatitis

Allergol Int  2020 Jan 29  

Dupilumab: Basic aspects and applications to allergic diseases.

Matsunaga K, Katoh N, Fujieda S, Izuhara K, Oishi K

Interleukin (IL)-4 and IL-13, signature type 2 cytokines, exert their actions by binding to two types of receptors sharing the IL-4R a chain (IL-4Ra).... Read More

Source: PubMed

J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract  2020 Jan 29  

Prenatal particulate matter exposure with skin barrier dysfunction affects offspring's atopic dermatitis: COCOA study.

Lee E, Lee SY, Kim HC, Choi KY, Kim HB, Park MJ, Rhee ES, Yoon JS, Cho HJ, Jung S, Ahn K, Kim KW, Sheen YH, Suh DI, Hong SJ

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Source: PubMed

Dermatol Ther (Heidelb)  2020 Jan 31  

Qualitative Assessment of Adult Patients' Perception of Atopic Dermatitis Using Natural Language Processing Analysis in a Cross-Sectional Study.

Falissard B, Simpson EL, Guttman-Yassky E, Papp KA, Barbarot S, Gadkari A, Saba G, Gautier L, Abbe A, Eckert L

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is an incurable, inflammatory skin disease characterized by skin barrier disruption and immune dysregulation. Although AD is co... Read More

Source: PubMed

Handb Exp Pharmacol  2020 Feb 01  

Dermatology Part 2: Ichthyoses and Psoriasis.

Sticherling M

Acute and chronic inflammatory skin diseases are frequent in childhood and may be hereditary or acquired. In this context, ichthyosis is rather a symp... Read More

Source: PubMed

J. Am. Acad. Dermatol.  2020 Jan 28  

Placebo tailoring improves patient satisfaction of treatment plans in atopic dermatitis.

Bashyam AM, Cuellar-Barboza A, Ghamrawi RI, Feldman SR

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Source: PubMed


Sush1 Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Turmeric, coconut oil and avocado oil fixes it along with a diet of anti-inflammatory foods/ omega 3.

vinlav Saturday, February 11, 2012

Skin problems also affects on the stomach and on the side of the thighs. Have these problems on the left side of the body. What is it? Am puzzled.....

writes4fun Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Very good information here! One thing I never understand is why blog posts and articles about atopic dermatitis always list the back of the knees and inside the elbows as common locations, but never mention the front of the knees and outside the elbows which is where members of my family most commonly have atopic dermatitis flare ups. I found another good article on this topic: Atopic Eczema

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