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.

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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.82 Num.2

Volume 82, Number 2

Articles Ahead of Print

Review articles:

Inês Rodrigues, Margarida Gonçalo

Atopic dermatitis and vitamin D

Cael Ostrovski-Sauberlich, Carlos A. Negrato

Dermatological manifestations in endocrine disorders

Sofia R. Rodrigues, Carla Mottola, João Borges-da-Costa

Skin microbiome in diabetes mellitus: a literature review

Original articles:

Case reports:

Ana Ferreirinha, Maria C. Fialho, Pedro M. Garrido, Joaninha C. Rosa, Cecília Moura

Hutchinson’s sign in congenital nail matrix nevus

Francilene M. Peçanha, Melissa de S. Melo-Cavalcante, Virgínia V. Figueiras, Monique F. dos Reis, Flávio L. Dantas-Portela, Luciana Mendes-dos Santos

Pigmented cutaneous metastasis of breast carcinoma: florid case with zosteriform distribution

Ana G. Lopes, Carmem Botelho, Lise Brosseron

A case of anaphylaxis induced by intravenous hydrocortisone

Egídio Freitas, Miguel Nogueira, Ana M. Lé, André Coelho, Inês Lobo

A new disorder to keep in mind: VEXAS syndrome

Rafael Mira, Ana L. Magalhães, Ana C. Esteves, Miguel S. Sobrado

Imported tungiasis: case report

Dermatology images:

Miguel Santos-Coelho, Joana A. Barbosa, Alexandre João

Do not forget to consider eosinophilic ulcer of the tongue!

Isabella C. Mendes-Alexandre, Antônio P. Mendes-Schettini, Felipe J. de Araújo-Santos, Gabriel P. Seabra-Nunes, Gabriela Evangelista-de Almeida, Jorge A. de Oliveira-Guerra, Matheus Alecrim-Alexandre, Rosilene Viana-de Andrade, Luciana Mendes-dos Santos

Disseminated cutaneous Leishmaniasis due to Leishmania guyanensis in an infant

Miguel Santos-Coelho, Joana A. Barbosa, Juliana Baptista

Following the path: an unusual location for cutaneous larva migrans