EADV Congress 2022 Milan
Thank you for being part of the 2022 EADV Congress, bringing together over 600 speakers across 170+ sessions presenting the highest quality research in dermatology and venereology.
Syphilis Resurfaces – the complications emerge armen Lisboa (Portugal) In the era of increasing incidence of syphilis globally, complications are re-emerging as an important cause of morbidity. Syphilis is a systemic, sexually transmitted infection caused by the Treponema Pallidum Bacterium. It may also be transmitted from mother-to-child (congenital syphilis). If
Naevus or melanoma of the nail apparatus Aimilios Lallas (Greece) Naevi and melanoma of the nail apparatus originate from matrix melanocytes; therefore, they are not directly visible since they are covered by the proximal part of the nail plate and the overlying skin. The visible area is the linear pigmentation
Psoriasis and comorbidities Paolo Gisondi (Italy) Moderate to severe psoriasis is often associated with comorbidities which can be classified as inflammatory, metabolic and psychological/psychiatric. The most frequent inflammatory comorbidity is psoriatic arthritis; the most frequent metabolic comorbidity is non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, very often in obese patients and with metabolic
Management of mild atopic dermatitis Matthias Schmuth (Austria) Successful bench-to-bedside translation of basic scientific findings of atopic dermatitis (AD) into therapeutic interventions for patients depends on the understanding of clinical features, differential diagnosis, subtypes of atopic dermatitis and potential complications. The expanding armamentarium of diagnostic criteria and therapeutic options opens
Two major issues in global dermatology – Access to care and misinformation Dominique du Crest (France) There is a great untapped potential in the field of dermatology. Skin disease is the fourth most common cause of human illness, with around 3,000 different skin pathologies. One third of the world population
What’s new in treatment of cutaneous T cell lymphoma Rudolf Stadler (Germany) Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common cancer among Caucasians. It generally occurs on sun-exposed areas of the body, mostly on the head and neck (80%), trunk (15%), but rarely on arms and legs. Skin phototypes 1