SIGN guidelines in dermatology

SIGN guidelines are based on high quality systematic review of the literature. 킠Full guidelines are available to download as a PDF file, but can also be downloaded as an apple or android app. 킠 Quick guidelines are only a couple of pages long and easy to digest. 킠The current quick guidelines pertaining to skin are:

Management of atopic eczema in primary care킠

Diagnosis and management of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis in adults킠

Management of venous leg ulcers킠

and these skin cancer guidelines which need to be updated (the update reports can be linked to from 킠the main SIGN website):

Diagnosis and management of head and neck cancer

Cutaneous melanoma


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Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network

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Posted By:   Ann Sergeant
Last Edited: February 22, 2013


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