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Basic Pathologic Patterns
Dermatoses Affecting the Head and Neck
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acid acne acute allergic alopecia antibiotic therapy apocrine glands appear areas atopic dermatitis bacterial infection basal cell become biopsy bullae bullous cell epithelioma cent characteristic chemical chronic clinical common commonly compounds connective tissue contact dermatitis corium corticosteroid corticosteroid therapy cosmetic cream cutaneous cyst Dermatology develop diagnosis disease dose drug eccrine sweat effective epidermis eruption exposure extensive factors Figure follicle frequently fungal infection granuloma griseofulvin hair hemangiomas herpes simplex horny inflammation inflammatory initial involvement itching keratin keratinocyte keratoses lesions lichen planus lupus erythematosus malignant melanin melanocytes melanoma mucous nail normal skin Nummular dermatitis occasionally occlusion occur ordinarily papules particularly patients pemphigus penicillin photosensitivity pigmented produce psoriasis reaction recurrent result scaling scalp scarring sebaceous gland seborrheic dermatitis sebum secondary infection secondary syphilis seen sensitivity severe significant sometimes steroid stratum corneum sunlight superficial surface syndrome systemic Tinea tion topical trauma treatment trunk tumor ulcers uncommon urticaria usually varying vesicles warts zoster
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