The Portuguese Journal of Dermatology and Venereology (Port J Dermatol Venereol.) is the official organ of the Portuguese Society of Dermatology and Venereology, which has been published continuously since 1942, with 4 issues/year. It was formerly known as Revista da Sociedade Portuguesa de Dermatologia e Trabalhos da Sociedade Portuguesa de Dermatologia e Venereologia.

It is an open access double-blinded-peer-reviewed journal published in English that strives to publish high quality dermatological science with scientific merit and originality as the overriding criteria for publication.

It includes review and original articles on basic, clinical, and translational investigation, case reports of special interest, letters to the editor and images cases within the field of Dermatology and Venereology.

The main objective of the journal is to spread dermato-venereological news and, therefore, contribute to improve the understanding, management and treatment of skin disease and patient care among physicians and other healthcare workers and scientists.

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Vol.81 Num.4

October - December,
Volume 81, Number 4

Articles Ahead of Print


Original articles:

Saurabh Sharma, Komalpreet Kaur, Jasleen Kaur, Roopam Bassi

Trichoscopy in alopecia areata and trichotillomania

José Ramos, Sandra Lucas, António Silva, Ana Monteiro, Diogo Cerejeira, Vitória Cunha, João Alves

Home hospitalization for acute bacterial dermo-hypodermitis: seven years of experience

Jéssica P. Leal, Carla A. Pires, Amanda Gabay-Moreira, Guilherme M. Colli, Adriana A. Araujo, Camila R. Araújo, Fernanda A. Santos, Mioni T. Brito, Maria A. Santos, Francisca R. Carneiro

Sporotrichosis: a case series from a reference center in the Amazon

Review article:

Jacob Al-Dabbagh, Razan Younis, Rasha Sliman

The differential diagnoses and complications of scabies variants

Case reports:

Despoina Argyropoulou, Ana C. Freitas, Mariana Cravo, Joaninha C. Rosa, José Cabeçadas

A rare T-cell lymphoma in an ankylosing spondylitis patient under immunosuppression with tumor necrosis factor inhibitor

Emilly Neves-Souza, Raissa Marques-Galuppo, Palloma Brandão-Grijó

Alopecia areata and trichotillomania as anxiety repercussions in a child

Fernando M. Gonzaga, Adriana B. Campaner, Giulia Marchetti, Maria A. Longo-Galvão

Successful surgical treatment of hypertrophic genital herpes in HIV-infected patient

Ana S. Pereira, Carolina Figueiredo, Rebeca Calado, José C. Cardoso

A rare histologic variant of Kaposi’s sarcoma

Dermatology images:

Maria J. Guimarães, Carlos Nogueira, Catarina Cerqueira, Ana G. Lopes, Celeste Brito, Catarina Araújo

Atypical porphyria cutanea tarda mimicking morphea

Miguel Mansilla-Polo, Begoña Escutia-Muñoz, Rafael Botella-Estrada

Tractional alopecia

Ana L. Matos, Joana Calvão, Inês Coutinho

Cyclosporine-induced hair repigmentation

Letter to the editor:

Andreia Coimbra-Sousa, Renata Miossi, Fernando H. C. de Souza, Samuel Katsuyuki-Shinjo

Atypical presentation of anti-NXP-2 positive juvenile dermatomyositis