Eleni Papakonstantinou

Private Dermatological Practice Hautärzte am Markt Dortmund

Dr. Eleni Papakonstantinou, MD, is a board-certified dermatologist-venereologist. She studied medicine at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and continued with her dermatology specialty at the University of Magdeburg and Hannover Medical School, Germany (2012–2017), where she completed her dissertation in 2016 with research work on atopic dermatitis in children. During this time, Dr. Papakonstantinou gained wide experience in the dermatological field with a special focus on the diagnosis and treatment of chronic inflammatory skin diseases and the prevention and treatment of melanocytic and non-melanocytic skin tumors. Her research interests include atopic dermatitis, pruritus, and the pathophysiology of blistering dermatoses. In addition to lectures at national and international congresses, Dr. Papakonstantinou has published more than thirty scientific papers in international medical journals and her work has been recognized with various prizes (poster prize of the German Dermatological Society, Leipzig, 2016), the Michael Hornstein Memorial Scholarship (EADV Athens 2016), and a travel grant (EAACI Vienna, 2016). Since 2017, she has been a specialist dermatologist-venereologist in Germany and a fellow of the European Board of Dermatology-Venereology (FEBDV). She is currently working as a specialist dermatologist in a dermatological practice in Dortmund, Germany, and she co-administrates an international dermatologic network, Wikiderm International, which is an online learning platform presenting news from the world of dermatology.

Eleni Papakonstantinou

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This book presents the most current knowledge in the diagnosis and management of urticaria. It also examines the scientific aspects of currently available treatments as well as potential new options for managing severe forms of the disease. Written by international experts in the field, the book addresses those aspects of diagnosing and treating urticaria important for physicians in various specialties, including dermatology, allergy, internal medicine, and more.

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