HAC (Russian)
RSCI (Russian)
Ulrichsweb (Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory)
Scientific Indexing Services


DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25877305-2018-03-02
Download full text PDF

E. Dvoryankova(1), MD; E. Denisova(1, 2), Candidate of Medical Sciences; Professor A. Piruzyan(1), MD; Professor I. Korsunskaya(1, 2), MD 1-Center for Theoretical Problems of Physicochemical Pharmacology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow 2-Moscow Research and Practical Center for Dermatovenereology and Cosmetology, Moscow Healthcare Department

Adult-onset atopic dermatitis is observed in 1-3% of adults. The concept of adult-onset atopic dermatitis has relatively recently come into use in the scientific literature. In most cases, atopic dermatitis results in a fairly sustained remission before puberty begins. However, in recent years, there have been more and more adult-onset atopic dermatitis cases when the disease persists or even starts to occur in adults. Atopic dermatitis in adult patients has the features of its clinical course and does not meet the diagnostic criteria adopted in pediatric practice. Therefore, the disease in adult patients becomes the diagnosis of exclusion in most cases, especially in de novo cases.

atopic dermatitis

It appears your Web browser is not configured to display PDF files. Download adobe Acrobat или click here to download the PDF file.

  1. Bannister M., Freeman S. Adult-onset atopic dermatitis // Australas J. Dermatol. – 2000; 41: 225–8.
  2. Mortz C., Andersen K., Dellgren C. et al. Atopic dermatitis from adolescence to adulthood in the TOACS cohort: prevalence, persistence and comorbidities // Allergy. – 2015; 70: 836–45.
  3. Folster-Holst R. Management of atopic dermatitis: are theredifferences between children and adults? // J. Eur. Acad. Dermatol. Venereol. – 2014; 28 (Suppl. 3): 5–8.
  4. Weidinger S., Novak N. Atopic dermatitis // Lancet. – 2016; 387: 1109–22.
  5. Deckert S., Kopkow C., Schmitt J. Nonallergic comorbidities of atopic eczema: an overview of systematic reviews // Allergy. – 2014; 69: 37–45.
  6. TaIeb A., Seneschal J., Mossalayi M. Biologics in atopic dermatitis // J. Dtsch. Dermatol. Ges. – 2012; 10: 174–8.
  7. Hello M., Aubert H., Bernier C. et al. Atopic dermatitis of the adult // Rev. Med. Intern. – 2016; 37: 91–9.
  8. Piruzian E., Sobolev V., Abdeev R. et al. Study of Molecular Mechanisms Involved in the Pathogenesis of Immune-Mediated Inflammatory Diseases, using Psoriasis As a Model // Acta Naturae. – 2009; 3: 125–35.
  9. Dvorjankova E.V., Korsunskaja I.M., Zaharova A.B. i dr. Atopicheskij dermatit, oslozhnennyj vtorichnoj infektsiej: podhody k terapii // Effektivnaja farmakoterapija. – 2011; 26: 74–6.
  10. Silvestre Salvador J. et al. Atopic dermatitis in adults: a diagnostic challenge // J. Investig. Allergol. Clin. Immunol. – 2017; 27 (2): 78–88.
  11. Ozkaya E. Adult-onset atopic dermatitis // J. Am. Acad. Dermatol. – 2005; 52: 579–82.
  12. Gronhagen C., Liden C., Wahlgren C.-F. et al. Hand eczema and atopic dermatitis in adolescents: a prospective cohort study from the BAMSE project // Br. J. Dermatol. – 2015; 173: 1175–82.
  13. Coenraads P. Hand Eczema // N. Engl. J. Med. – 2012; 367: 1829–37.
  14. Werfel T., Schwerk N., Hansen G. et al. The diagnosis and graded therapy of atopic dermatitis // Dtsch. Arztebl. Int. – 2014; 111: 509–20.
  15. Hanifin J., Rajka G. Diagnostic features of atopic dermatitis // Acta Derm. Venereol. (Stockh). – 1980; Suppl. 92: 44–7.
  16. Haitov R.M, Pinegin B.V. Osobennosti funktsionirovanija immunnoj sistemy zheludochno-kishechnogo trakta v norme i pri patologii // Allergija, astma i klin. immunologija. – 1998; 4: 1–7.
  17. Plieva K.T., Mel'nichenko O.O., Nevozinskaja Z.A. i dr. Vozmozhnosti kontrolja kozhnyh allergicheskih reaktsij // Effekt. farmakoter. – 2016; 26: 6–10.
  18. Dvorjankova E.V., Plieva K.T., Korsunskaja I.M. Rol' probiotikov v kompleksnoj terapii atopicheskogo dermatita // Klin. dermatol. i venerol. – 2017; 16 (2): 102–6. DOI: 10.17116/klinderma2017162102-106