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.




CURRENT ISSUE:

Vol.80 Num.2

April-June,
Volume 80, Number 2

Original articles:

Mariana Dultra, Stefanie Gallotti, José Roberto Pegas

Epidemiological analysis of skin cancer in Brazil



Carla Andrea Avelar Pires, Luiz Filipe Matos da Silva, Thábata Chrystye Ribeiro Tenório Fonseca, Amanda Gabay Moreira, Mioni Thieli Figueiredo Magalhães de Brito, Guilherme Mestriner Colli, Maria Amélia Lopes dos Santos, Francisca Regina Oliveira Carneiro

Dermatophytosis: Clinical and therapeutic study in a reference center in the eastern Amazon



Review articles:

Ana Sofia Pereira, Joana Xará, Margarida Gonçalo

Drug-induced photosensitivity



Isabel Bramão Martinez, André de Castro Pinho

Type II necrotizing fasciitis



Case reports:

Francisca Alves, Francisca Morgado, Sergio Sousa, Leonor Ramos

CLOVES syndrome in a six-month-old infant: The importance of cutaneous findings



Bruno Moura-Fernandes, Carolina Carvalho, Ricardo Vieira, Margarida Borrego

Periorbital squamous cell carcinoma: Back to the past approach with good local results



Joana Calvão, Pedro Maia-Almeida, Leonor Ramos

Do not ignore multiple capillary malformations in a child



Rodrigo César Davanço, Rafael Amaro, Domingos Jordão Neto, Carolina Brandão Milanez, Aline Sperandio Porto Rezende

Acral subungual lentiginous melanoma: The importance of early diagnosis and treatment



Joana Rodrigues Sarmento Branco, Sara Completo Marques, Piedade Sande Lemos, Anna Sokolova

Cold urticaria: A clue to a silent systemic disease



Jéssica L. Bueno, Iago G. Ferreira, Cecília B. Severo, Laura Luzzato, Melissa O. Xavier, Rodrig Vettorato

Cutaneous phaeohyphomycosis caused by Exophiala dermatitidis in an immunosuppressed patient: A case report and brief review



Mafalda Pestana, Margarida Brito-Caldeira, Victor Farricha, Sara Carvalhal, Joana Bartolo, Cecília Moura, Joaninha Costa-Rosa, Emanuel Gouveia, Hugo Nunes, Mariluz Martins

Managing squamous cell carcinoma in recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa with electrochemotherapy



Images in dermatology:

Sofia Antunes-Duarte, Rita Pimenta, Luís Soares de Almeida, Paulo Filipe

Asymptomatic erythematous depression on the thumb



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