Chronic hand eczema: A prospective analysis of the Swiss CARPE registry focusing on factors associated with clinical and quality of life improvement
Simone Cazzaniga, Barbara Ballmer-Weber, Nora Gräni, Philippe Spring, Andreas Bircher, Mark Anliker, Anne-Katharina Sonntag, Pierre Piletta, Caroline Huber, Thomas L Diepgen, Christian Apfelbacher, Luigi Naldi, Luca Borradori & Dagmar Simon
Analysis of prospective data from CARPE-CH shows a complex pattern of associations among variables as shown by semantic map and classic statistical analyses. Factors related to occupational exposure had the highest impact on CHE.
|citation||Cazzaniga S, Ballmer-Weber B, Gräni N, Spring P, Bircher A, Anliker M, Sonntag A K, Piletta P, Huber C, Diepgen T L, Apfelbacher C, Naldi L, Borradori L, Simon D. Chronic hand eczema: A prospective analysis of the Swiss CARPE registry focusing on factors associated with clinical and quality of life improvement. Contact Derm 2018; 79:136-148.|
|type||journal paper/review (English)|
|date of publishing||25-06-2018|
|journal title||Contact Derm (79/3)|