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DermNetNZ Jun 20
New page — Wound cleansers: rinsing solutions used to remove foreign materials on a wound surface and its surrounding skin. Read more:
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DermNetNZ Jun 19
New page — Emollients for eczema: topical moisturising agents used to alleviate itchiness and other discomforts associated with eczema. Read more:
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DermNetNZ Jun 17
New page — Tick bite induced red meat allergy: an allergy to the carbohydrate present in both tick bite saliva and red meat. Read more:
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DermNetNZ Jun 13
New page — Ethnic dermatology: an area of interest dedicated to the management of skin disorders in patients who have pigmented skin. Read more:
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DermNetNZ Jun 13
New friends sharing teledermatology stories at
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DermNetNZ Jun 13
Prof Amanda Oakley was excited to meet DermNet NZ image contributor Prof Raimo Suhonen at
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DermNetNZ Jun 12
June 13th is International Albinism Awareness Day. Read more about albinism on DermNet NZ here:
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DermNetNZ Jun 12
New page — Erythema annulare centrifugum: a chronic reactive form of annular erythema characterised by erythematous, circular, arciform, and polycyclic lesions. Read more:
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International League of Dermatological Societies Jun 12
Acceptance speech by Singapore Bid Team
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DermNetNZ Jun 12
DermNet is very excited to have collaborated with this AI study! Comparison of the accuracy of human readers versus machine-learning algorithms for pigmented skin lesion classification: an open, web-based, international, diagnostic study
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DermNetNZ Jun 12
Recruiting new authors for DermNet at World Congress in Milan
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DermNetNZ Jun 10
New page – Spondyloarthropathy: a group of five seronegative inflammatory rheumatic disorders. Read more:
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DermNetNZ May 28
DermNet NZ Newsletter for May 2019 – Atopic dermatitis research study, lanadelumab, and drug-induced pruritus -
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DermNetNZ May 27
New page: Porokeratosis plantaris, palmaris et disseminata – an extremely rare form of porokeratosis. Read more:
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DermNetNZ May 23
New page: Drug-induced pruritus – an itch caused or triggered by medication. Read more:
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DermNetNZ May 22
New page – Lanadelumab: a prescription biological medicine used to prevent severe swelling attacks due to hereditary angioedema. Read more:
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DermNetNZ May 20
Atopic Dermatitis clinical trial enrolling now, compensation for time and travel available. See if you're eligible (USA and Canadian residents over 18):
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DermNetNZ May 6
Sponsored page – Skin Cancer and Self-exams. The recommendation to the public is to present any concerning lesion to their physician as soon as possible. Read more: This content was created by Miiskin — A proud sponsor of Dermnet NZ.
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DermNetNZ May 2
Sponsored page – Lasers, lights and acne: options for patients with acne who have difficulty adhering to medical treatments. Read more: The 2019 update of this article was supported by Johnson and Johnson Australia. Sponsorship does not influence content.
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DermNetNZ May 1
New page – Varicose veins: engorged, tortuous veins that are often found on the lower legs and feet. Read more:
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