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The 25th World Congress of Dermatology in Singapore is organized by the Dermatological Society of Singapore under the auspices of the ILDS. 

The theme of the Congress is “Dermatology Beyond Borders:
Science – Care – Communities”.

The Scientific Programme Committee has listed the following 60 topic areas. 
The programme will showcase latest research, clinical care and therapeutics in global dermatology.

  1. Acne and rosacea
  2. Allergology
  3. Antibodies and small molecules (e.g. JAK inhibitors, IFN antagonists)
  4. Atopic eczema
  5. Autoimmune and infectious blistering diseases
  6. Autoinflammation, SAPHO, PAPA and neutrophilic diseases
  7. Bacterial infections
  8. Basal cell carcinomas and squamous cell carcinomas (SCC)
  9. Benign neoplasms and their differential diagnosis
  10. Conventional and essential drugs (methotrexate, hydroxychloroquine, DADPS)
  11. Dermatohistopathology for the clinician: How to communicate correctly
  12. Dermatology in elderly patients
  13. Dermatology in women and during pregnancy
  14. Dermato-oncology
  15. Dermoscopy: Non-pigmented tumors, inflammatory diseases and infections
  16. Dermoscopy: Pigmented lesions
  17. Digital Dermatology and Artificial Intelligence (e.g. Teledermatology, Apps, Artificial Intelligence)
  18. Eczemas
  19. Ethics, quality of care and costs
  20. Fungal diseases: Cutaneous and subcutaneous
  21. Fungal diseases: Systemic mycoses
  22. Genetics
  23. Granulomatous diseases (non-infectious)
  24. Hair diseases
  25. Hemangiomas and vascular malformations
  26. HIV and AIDS
  27. Immunosuppressive agents
  28. Issues for migrants and refugees: Nutrition, vitamin deficiency, infections and trauma
  29. Lupus erythematosus, scleroderma and dermatomyositis
  30. Lymphomas
  31. Medical aesthetics I
  32. Medical aesthetics II
  33. Melanomas
  34. Muco-cutaneous reactions to drugs and infections
  35. Mucosal diseases
  36. Mycobacteria
  37. Nails and nail surgery
  38. Neglected Tropical Diseases
  39. Optical devices
  40. Paediatric dermatology
  41. Parasitic infections
  42. Phlebology
  43. Photodermatology
  44. Physical therapies: PDT, cryotherapy, peeling, iontophoresis
  45. Pruritus and dysaesthesias
  46. Psoriasis
  47. Psychodermatology
  48. Sexually transmitted diseases (STD)
  49. Skin aging: Extrinsic and intrinsic factors
  50. Skin diseases resulting from internal diseases
  51. Skin of Colour
  52. Surgical therapy I
  53. Surgical therapy II
  54. The “skin types” and their diseases
  55. Topical therapies
  56. Urticaria and angioedema
  57. Vasculitis and vasculopathies
  58. Viral infections
  59. Vitiligo, melasma and hyperpigmentation
  60. Wound healing and keloids
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