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Results of a new European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV) survey presented today at EADV’s Spring Symposium show that 1.71% of the adult European general population reported having skin cancer, meaning some 7,304,000 Europeans are estimated to have the disease.
Study findings show 94% of acne patients had below recommended levels of omega-3 fatty acid in their blood
Team behind ‘PredictAI’ say their computerised algorithm may help speed up diagnosis and access to treatment for patients suffering from an “underdiagnosed” chronic condition
You can still apply for a Health Care Professional Scholarship, which supports trainees or specialists in Dermatology and/or Venereology to participate in the Symposium. For details and to check if you are eligible to apply
The “Breaking News” sessions on the last day of the Spring Symposium will present the latest findings in internal medicine, infectious skin diseases, bullous diseases, skin cancer, COVID-19 skin lesions, topical therapies, alopecia areata and new tools for self-examination.
Tatjana Avšič will be speaking about Emerging Viral Infections of the 21st century in this unmissable Plenary Lecture.
Discover the latest updates on acne, rosacea, and hidradenitis suppurativa. The lectures at the EADV Spring Symposium will focus on adult female acne, the latest findings in rosacea, as well as comorbidities in hidradenitis suppurativa and the use of biologics.
Prevention and treatment of HPV infection, treatment-resistant gonorrhea and recurrent genital herpes will be some of the venereology topics that will be presented at the 16th EADV Spring Symposium.
Hair disorders session will give specific angle on androgenetic alopecia (chronic condition characterized by progressive hair thinning), alopecia areata (autoimmune form of non-scarring hair loss) and frontal fibrosing alopecia (progressive recession of frontal‐temporal hairline), covering important aspects such as pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment.
Aesthetic dermatology will play an important part in Spring Symposium’s scientific programme, with two sessions dedicated to the latest updates in fillers, toxins, energy-based devices, scar management and combination treatments.
Skin cancer will be one of the main topics of the 17th EADV Spring Symposium, covering different aspects of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC), such as “management of NMSC in transplant patients” and “Adjuvant treatment of melanoma”.
Atopic dermatitis is the most common chronic inflammatory skin disease. It is important to have an overview on how the understanding of the nature of the disease has developed, and give some immunological context to current and future treatments.
The 17th EADV Spring Symposium, in Ljubljana, 12-14 May 2022, is the ideal return to face-to-face learning with extensive networking opportunities to share the latest research and foster scientific collaboration. Learn more about the Scientific Programme.
The deadline for abstract submission has been extended until 20 February, 2022.
Don’t miss the chance to submit your abstracts for consideration in the Symposium programme. Multiple abstracts can be submitted and may be selected for an oral free communication presentation or an e-poster.
Registrations are Open for the Symposium which boasts a world-renowned faculty across a 3-day programme of CME-accredited learning opportunities focussed on the latest breakthroughs in research. We look forward to welcoming you! Don’t miss the Early Bird rate tickets, register now!
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