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Split face study on the cutaneous tensile effect of 2‐dimethylaminoethanol (deanol) gel
Background/aims: Beyond subjective assessments, the effect of skin tensors is difficult to assess. The present 2‐phase randomized double‐blind split face study was designed to compare the effect of aExpand
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From skin microrelief to wrinkles. An area ripe for investigation
Skin microrelief alters progressively with age. Wrinkles do not result from these changes but are superimposed upon them. Wrinkles result from structural changes in the epidermis, dermis andExpand
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Nudging hair shedding by antidandruff shampoos. A comparison of 1% ketoconazole, 1% piroctone olamine and 1% zinc pyrithione formulations.
Hair shedding and hair thinning have been reported to be affected by dandruff and seborrhoeic dermatitis. The present study was conducted in 150 men presenting with telogen effluvium related toExpand
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Varicella-Zoster Virus Vasculitis: A Case of Recurrent Varicella without Epidermal Involvement
New types of diseases due to the varicella-zoster virus (VZV) are increasingly recognized. A case of cutaneous VZV vasculitis without epidermal involvement is presented. The patient receivedExpand
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Effect of Haemodialysis on Acoustic Shear Wave Propagation in the Skin
Background: Diverse skin alterations may develop in patients under chronic haemodialysis. Among them, signs of premature photo-ageing have been described. Aim: To assess alterations in the physicalExpand
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Regional variability in mottled subclinical melanoderma in the elderly
The density in melanin chromatophores becomes heterogeneous in the epidermis during the early events of photoaging. Little is known about the regional variability in the resulting mottled skinExpand
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Update on the histological presentation of facial wrinkles.
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Skin tensile properties revisited during ageing. Where now, where next?
Skin and its subcutaneous layer represent a complex composite of tissues, whose mechanical characteristics depend upon the mutual interdependence of their constituent parts. The molecular andExpand
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Factor XIII a‐positive dermal dendrocytes and shear wave propagation in human skin
Background The in vivo interdependence between the phenotypic characteristics of dermal cells and the strain imposed on the tissue has not been studied thoroughly in humans. In particular theExpand
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Androgenic Alopecia and Stress-Induced Premature Senescence by Cumulative Ultraviolet Light Exposure
Background: Ultraviolet light radiations (UVR) may be responsible for hair cycle synchronization and telogen effluvium in the animal and humans. The effect if any of cumulative UVR on chronic hairExpand
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