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Volume: 55 Issue: 3

1. Superficial fungal infections in psoriatic patients treated with interleukin-17-related biological agents and their management Page:272—275
2. PI3K/Akt/mTOR signaling pathway in cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma Page:264—267
3. Dermatomyositis with malignancy: an update Page:276—279
4. Evaluation of the value of indirect immunofluorescence on salt-split skin in the diagnosis of bullous pemphigoid Page:235—237
5. Role of dermoscopy in assessing vitiligo activity Page:268—271
6. Effect of milk on sebaceous gland spots and the IGF-1/SREBP-1/ACC-1 signaling pathway in golden hamsters Page:238—242
7. Analysis of adverse drug reactions and reasons for drug discontinuation during acitretin therapy in 171 patients with psoriasis vulgaris Page:242—245
8. Efficacy of fluticasone propionate cream alone or in combination with calcipotriol ointment in the treatment of mild to moderate plaque psoriasis: a randomized self-controlled study Page:260—263
9. Analysis of clinical and pathological features of 29 cases of perforating pilomatricoma Page:196—199
10. Drug resistance and virulence characteristics of of Staphylococcus aureus isolated from skin sites of suppurative infections in Inner Mongolia Page:200—207
11. Effect of different incubation time of aminolevulinic acid on photodynamic inhibition of Propionibacterium acnes biofilms Page:208—212
12. Analysis of clinical characteristics of bullous pemphigoid developing after the treatment with dipeptidyl peptidase-Ⅳ inhibitors in 32 patients with diabetes mellitus Page:213—218
13. Spatiotemporal distribution characteristics of syphilis in Zhejiang province, 2016—2020 Page:219—223
14. Expression of peripheral interleukin-35 and its modulatory effect on regulatory T cell functions in patients with alopecia areata Page:224—230
15. Retrospective analysis of 67 cases of neurosyphilis with abnormal mental behaviors as the initial symptom Page:231—234
16. An investigation into the current situation of pediatric psoriasis based on the information systems from two children′s hospitals Page:246—250