Thomas B. Fitzpatrick mostly deals with Dermatology, Methoxsalen, Biochemistry, Melanin and Melanosome. His Dermatology research integrates issues from Oral administration, Clinical trial and Cutaneous melanoma. The Methoxsalen study combines topics in areas such as Minimal erythema dose, Ultraviolet a and PUVA therapy.
His studies examine the connections between Melanin and genetics, as well as such issues in Cell biology, with regards to Melanin pigment. His research integrates issues of Membranous organelles, Pathology, Subcutaneous injection, Melanocyte and Epidermis in his study of Melanosome. His study in Pathology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Melanoma and Lentigo.
Thomas B. Fitzpatrick focuses on Dermatology, Melanoma, Pathology, Melanin and Melanosome. His work on Dermatology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Cutaneous melanoma. His Melanoma research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Internal medicine, Primary tumor and Surgery.
His work in the fields of Melanin, such as Melanin pigment, overlaps with other areas such as Human skin. Thomas B. Fitzpatrick works mostly in the field of Melanosome, limiting it down to topics relating to Cell biology and, in certain cases, Anatomy. His research in Psoriasis intersects with topics in Prospective cohort study, Adverse effect and Chemotherapy.
His main research concerns Dermatology, Melanoma, Cutaneous melanoma, Pathology and Psoriasis. His Dermatology study incorporates themes from Oral administration and Biopsy. His Melanoma research incorporates themes from Stage and Skin cancer.
Thomas B. Fitzpatrick combines subjects such as Surgery, Family history, Medical emergency, Superficial spreading melanoma and Emergency medicine with his study of Cutaneous melanoma. The study incorporates disciplines such as Medical prescription and Medical education in addition to Pathology. His Psoriasis study combines topics in areas such as Clinical trial, Treatment modality, Methotrexate and Chemotherapy.
His primary areas of study are Dermatology, Human skin, Oral administration, Vitiligo and Nevus. His study in Dermatology focuses on PUVA therapy, Phototype, Methoxsalen, Dermatologic surgery and Skin lesion. His PUVA therapy research includes themes of Toxicity, Oral ingestion and Ultraviolet a.
Thomas B. Fitzpatrick has included themes like Photoaging and Sunburn in his Methoxsalen study. The concepts of his Oral administration study are interwoven with issues in Erythema and Antioxidant. His work carried out in the field of Nevus brings together such families of science as Disease, Cutaneous melanoma and Risk factor.
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Dermatology in general medicine
Thomas B. Fitzpatrick.
The Validity and Practicality of Sun-Reactive Skin Types I Through VI
Thomas B. Fitzpatrick.
Archives of Dermatology (1988)
Fitzpatrick's dermatology in general medicine.
Lowell A. Goldsmith;Thomas B. Fitzpatrick;Stephen I. Katz;Barbara A. Gilchrest.
Photochemotherapy of psoriasis with oral methoxsalen and longwave ultraviolet light.
John A. Parrish;Thomas B. Fitzpatrick;Lewis Tanenbaum;Madhukar A. Pathak.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1974)
BIOCHEMISTRY OF MELANIN FORMATION
Aaron Bunsen Lerner;Thomas B. Fitzpatrick.
Physiological Reviews (1950)
ORAL METHOXSALEN PHOTOCHEMOTHERAPY FOR THE TREATMENT OF PSORIASIS: A COOPERATIVE CLINICAL TRIAL
John W Melski;Lewis Tanenbaum;John A Parrish;Thomas B Fitzpatrick.
Journal of Investigative Dermatology (1977)
Risk of Cutaneous Carcinoma in Patients Treated with Oral Methoxsalen Photochemotherapy for Psoriasis
Robert S. Stern;Lawrence A. Thibodeau;Ruth A. Kleinerman;John A. Parrish.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1979)
Cutaneous squamous-cell carcinoma in patients treated with PUVA.
Robert S. Stern;Nan Laird;John Melski;John A. Parrish.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1984)
Subcellular localization of melanin biosynthesis.
M. Seiji;K. Shimao;M. S. C. Birbeck;T. B. Fitzpatrick.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1963)
Melasma: A clinical, light microscopic, ultrastructural, and immunofluorescence study
Nestor P. Sanchez;Madhu A. Pathak;Syozo Sato;Thomas B. Fitzpatrick.
Journal of The American Academy of Dermatology (1981)
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