Top Read Articles of 2013

MDLinx is proud to present the 2013 Top Read Articles!

The MDLinx medical editorial team has scoured the top read articles of 2013 from among 2,000 top peer-reviewed journals and medical popular press to deliver the following list. Keep current in your specialty, and keep pace with your colleagues, by making sure you have reviewed the top 20 most read articles this year!

MDLinx Top Read of 2013 spans more than 30 medical specialties. To start reading now, simply choose from the drop-down below to view the list of articles under each specialty. Then click each article title to read the original MDLinx summary. Click through from the summary page to view the full abstract or free full text, if available from the publisher.

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Top 20 Read Dermatology Articles in 2013

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  1. Topical cidofovir for plantar warts
    Dermatologic Therapy - 05/31/2013
  2. Brachioradial Pruritus: Mayo Clinic Experience over the Past Decade
    British Journal of Dermatology - 06/27/2013
  3. Caffeine intake and risk of basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas of the skin in an 11-year prospective study
    European Journal of Nutrition - 07/05/2013
  4. Tangential Shave Removal of Basal Cell Carcinoma
    Dermatologic Surgery - 01/03/2013
  5. Comparison of the efficacies of intermittent and continuous low-dose isotretinoin regimens in the treatment of moderate acne vulgaris
    International Journal of Dermatology - 05/24/2013
  6. 5% fluorouracil chemowraps in the management of widespread lower leg solar keratoses and squamous cell carcinoma
    Australasian Journal of Dermatology - 05/10/2013
  7. Q10 triggered facial vitiligo
    British Journal of Dermatology - 08/19/2013
  8. Alcohol consumption and risk of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancer in the Womens Health Initiative
    Cancer Causes and Control - 10/31/2013
  9. Low-Level Light Therapy for Androgenetic Alopecia: A 24-Week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Sham Device-Controlled Multicenter Trial
    Dermatologic Surgery - 04/04/2013
  10. A randomized, double-blind, placebo and active-controlled, half-head study to evaluate the effects of platelet rich plasma on alopecia areata
    British Journal of Dermatology - 04/23/2013
  11. Facial hyperpigmentation: causes and treatment
    British Journal of Dermatology - 10/08/2013
  12. Silicone gel sheeting for preventing and treating hypertrophic and keloid scars
    Cochrane Reviews - 11/05/2013
  13. Transcriptome profiling identifies hmga2 as a biomarker of melanoma progression and prognosis
    Journal of Investigative Dermatology - 06/14/2013
  14. High-dose isotretinoin treatment and the rate of retrial, relapse, and adverse effects in patients with acne vulgaris
    JAMA Dermatology - 11/11/2013
  15. Onychomycosis Does Not Always Require Systemic Treatment for Cure: A Trial Using Topical Therapy
    Pediatric Dermatology - 02/11/2013
  16. Topical and intralesional treatment of nonmelanoma skin cancer: efficacy and cost comparisons
    Dermatologic Surgery - 08/07/2013
  17. Clinical significance of serum high-mobility group box 1 level in alopecia areata
    Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology - 08/09/2013
  18. Sentinel node biopsy in thin and thick melanoma
    Annals of Surgical Oncology - 07/15/2013
  19. Atypical (dysplastic) nevi outcomes of surgical excision and association with melanoma atypical (dysplastic) nevi
    JAMA Dermatology - 06/14/2013
  20. Neuropathic itch: diagnosis and management
    Dermatologic Therapy - 04/24/2013

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