Aims and Scope

    International Journal of Dermatology and Clinical Research: Dermatology is the branch of medicine dealing with the skin and its diseases a unique specialty with both medical and surgical aspects. International Journal of Dermatology and Clinical Research aims to publish articles on diseases, in the widest sense, and some cosmetic problems of the skin, scalp, hair, and nails as well as education research articles that help in dwindling the spread and restrict the Dermatological diseases.

    It is online peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, case reports, short communications, review articles and clinical studies related to all aspects of Dermatology and Clinical Research. The journal is primarily responsible for carrying out clinical trials relating to inflammatory skin diseases, skin cancer, infections, and auto-immune illnesses.


    Dermatology and Clinical Research Classifications (but not limited to the following fields):

    • Acne; Bacterial Skin Diseases; Ageing skin
    • Skin Cancer and Mohs Surgery; Atopic-dermatitis
    • Cosmetic dermatology; Coetaneous biology; Coetaneous
    • Photobiology; Dermatohistopathology; Dermatomes
    • Pediatric dermatology; Dermatopathology; Dermatologic surgery
    • Eczema; Epidemiology; Epidermal; Genetics genodermatoses
    • Laser surgery; Laser therapy; Lenticels; Melanoma
    • Melaocytic naïve; Mycoses; Mycology; Nail
    • No melanoma; Skin cancer; Tissue repair
    • Per oral dermatitis; Photo ageing; Photobiology
    • Psoriasis; Radiotherapy; Rosaceous; Scalp
    • Sun- damage; Teledermatology (Teledermoscopy; Teledermatopathalogy; Mobile teledermatology)
    • Topical treatment; UV radiation; Venereology
    • Vitiligo; Wound healing; Plastic Surgery; Psycho Dermatology
    • Photodynamic therapy (Mechanisms of action, common photosensitizers, typical light sources, and applications); Phototherapy; Prorates
    • Pediatric dermatology (Hemangiomas, Atopic dermatitis, Rare and unusual presentations of childhood diseases, Neonatal medicine, and Therapeutic advances)
    • Hair Transplantation; Immunodermatology (How the immune system is the most exterior part of the body works to protect us on a day to day basis); Immunotherapy
    • Evaluating multiple parameters of skin structure, function and appearance including a spectrophotometer, cutometer, and ultraviolet measurement devices, etc...
    • Dermatologic procedures such as chemical peels, collagen injections, dermabrasion, facelifts, hair transplants, laser therapy, liposuction, and surgical procedures such as cryosurgery, electrosurgery, facial liposuction, surgical excision, and tissue expansion
    • Suffering from common skin illnesses such as psoriasis, atopic dermatitis/eczema, alopecia (hair loss), acne, skin cancer, and skin infections. Rarer diseases including autoimmune illnesses like skin lupus, pemphigus vulgaris, and cutaneous T-cell lymphoma are also studied

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