Kutasevich Ya. F., Ata M. A.
Features of formation of immuno−endocrine dysfunction syndrome in patients with localized scleroderma at aggravation stage
75 - 79
Bolotna L. A., Sarian O. I., Lysenko K. I.
Vitamin D and skin pathology
76 - 80
Lopandina А. O.
Indicators of melatonin and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) in psoriatic patients with sleep disoders
81 - 84
Serbina I. M.
Modern approaches to the therapy of pediatric alopecia areata
68 - 73
Narozhna M. V.
The state of intestinal microflora in patients with seborrheic dermatitis
73 - 79
Serbina I. M.
Pathogenesis of alopecia areata: immune mechanisms
77 - 82
Dashchuk A. M., Kutsevliak L. O.
Clinical characteristics of the fungal skin involvement in HIV/AIDS−infected patients
83 - 86
Sorokina A. Ye., Peretolchina T. F., Hanulich T. V.
Clinical and morphological characteristics of the skin of middle−aged women with hypertension
70 - 76
Azimova F. V.
Investigation of biological molecules in the rhythm of hair follicles in patients with alopecia areata
71 - 74
Savoskina V. O., Dunaieva G. O., Bondarenko G. M., Kutova V. V.
A case of syphilitic aortitis complicated with aortic aneurysm
75 - 78
Bolotna L. A., Narozhna M. V.
Seborrheic dermatitis: modern concept of pathogenesis
96 - 100
Azimova F. V.
Molecular−genetic investigation of factors of growth at nonscarring alopecia
100 - 104
Bolotnaya L. A.
Contact dermatitis in clinical practice
61 - 64
Sarian E. I.
Vascular endothelial growth factor in psoriasis: pathogenetic and therapeutic aspects
65 - 68
Soloshenko E. N.
Drug disease in the problem of side effect of drugs: modern state. Disputable questions of diagnosis and treatment
80 - 88
Sarian E. I.
Endothelium dysfunction in patients with psoriasis and statins
89 - 93
Protsenko O. A.
HIV−associated lesions of the skin and mucous membranes
106 - 110
Ovcharenko Yu. S.
Hair diseases: clinical aspects
111 - 115
Soloshenko E. N.
Clinical varieties of alopecia: pathogenesis, differential diagnosis, therapy
102 - 109
Lezvinskaya E. M., Ovsiannikova G. V.
Peculiarities of diagnosis of different nosological forms of malignant skin lymphomas
110 - 117
Bolotnaya L. A., Serbina I. M.
Paraneoplastic dermatosis
86 - 90
Soloshenko E. N.
Psoriasis: etiopathogenesis, theraputic strategy with consideration of the stage and severity of the process
91 - 95
Soloshenko E. N.
Drug anaphylactic and pseudoallergic shock: pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, differential diagnosis, approaches to treatment
114 - 118
Bolotnaya L. A., Kachuk Yu. V.
The use of magnesium in complex treatment for atopic dermatitis
119 - 123
Kadygrob I. V.
Microsporia in adults and its treatment with Lamikon
124 - 126
Moskalenko V. F., Koliadenko V. G., Korolenko V. V.
Occupational dermatoses in those engaged in health−care professionals in Kiev
128 - 133
Soloshenko E. N., Zhukova N. V.
On association of psoriasis and metabolic syndrome
134 - 138
Bolotnaya L. A., Khaustova N. N.
Correction of endothelium dysfunction in limited scleroderma
79 - 82
Bogush P. G.
Epidemiological microsporia situation in Moscow
83 - 85
Soloshenko E. N.
Urgent issues of diagnosis of some drug side−effects
84 - 88
Bolotnaya L. A., Kalashnikova V. S.
Therapeutic chronocorrection of adaptation disorders in chronic eczema
89 - 92
Yagovdik N. Z., Belugina I. N.
Principles of psoriasis therapy
107 - 111
Fedoskova T. G.
Allergy to insects
112 - 116
Soloshenko E. N.
Biophysical methods in etiological express−diagnosis of drug disease
107 - 110
Mavrov G. I., Chinov G. P.
The role of Chlamydia infection in human pathology
111 - 115
Potekayev N. S., Olisova O. Yu., Galil−Ogly G. A.
Diagnosis of true cutaneous pseudolymphoma
117 - 120
Antipkin Yu. G., Pavlovsky V. A.
Atopic dermatitis: manifestation of food allergy in children
121 - 124
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