Elenco degli articoli con argomento «prurigo»


05 mar 2024

Dupilumab for Treatment of Prurigo Nodularis

Prurigo nodularis (PN) is a persistent and inflammatory dermatological condition characterized by chronic

24 nov 2023

Un aggiornamento per te da EADV 2023 navigation-next-alternate

Inibitori di JAK nelle indicazioni dermatologiche

08 nov 2021

Pruritus and prurigo

Pruritus and prurigo: a significant advancement on diagnosis, classification, pathogenesis and treatment

13 gen 2021

Pruritus Intensity Scales across Europe: A Prospective Validation Study

Chronic pruritus (CP) is a subjective symptom and it is necessary to assess its intensity with validated patient-reported outcome tools in order to allow determination of the treatment course

02 dic 2020

Prurigo nodularis

Pathogenesis and management

29 ott 2020

Addressing unmet patient needs in pruritus: upcoming EADV Virtual presentations and abstracts navigation-next-alternate

Embargoed until 07:00 CET, Friday 30th October 2020

15 giu 2020

Dupilumab improves clinical manifestations, symptoms, and quality of life in adult patients with chronic nodular prurigo

Chronic nodular prurigo (CNPG) is a multifactorial skin disease characterized by itchy papules and nodules, usually resistant to standard treatment and associated with markedly impaired quality of life.

09 giu 2020

Prurigo Nodularis: Epidemiology and Clinical Features

2020 May 23:S0190-9622(20)30973-7. doi: 10.1016/j.jaad.2020.04.183. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 32454098.

06 apr 2020

Prurigo nodularis: New treatments on the horizon

Prurigo nodularis (PN) is one of the most challenging chronic itchy conditions dermatologists encounter.

20 feb 2019

A systematic review of evidence-based treatments for prurigo nodularis navigation-next-alternate

Prurigo nodularis is a chronic dermatologic condition involving the development of multiple cutaneous nodules in the setting of intractable pruritus

23 ott 2018

European academy of dermatology and venereology European prurigo project

The term prurigo has been used for many decades in dermatology without clear definition, and currently used terminology of prurigo is inconsistent and confusing. Especially, itch?related prurigo remains unexplored regarding the epidemiology, clinical profile, natural course, underlying causes, available treatments and economic burden, although burdensome and difficult to treat.