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H THE DERMIS AND ITS DISORDERS
D3 THE PIGMENTARY SYSTEM
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abnormal acid acne acute affected allergic antibiotics antibodies antigen appear associated basal basal-cell become benign blisters blood vessels carcinoma cause chronic clinical collagen common condition containing corticosteroids creams cutaneous cytoplasm damage Derm dermal dermatitis herpetiformis dermatology dermis develop disease disorder dithranol dose drugs eczema enzyme epidermal cells epidermis eruption erythema fibres formation fungus gene generalised erythroderma granular layer granuloma Haematoxylin Haematoxylin and eosin hair follicles Histology hormones horny layer hyperplasia increased infection infiltrate inflammatory inherited intraepidermal involved irradiation irritation keratin keratinisation known lesions lichen planus lymphocytes malignant mast cells mechanism melanin melanocytes metabolic milligrams mucous membranes naevus nail nerves nodules normal occur ointment papules pathology patients pemphigus pigmentation porphyria probably produced protein psoriasis rare reaction region result scalp sebaceous glands sebum sensitivity severe skin lesions sometimes steroids substances sweat glands therapy tion tissue treatment tumours ulceration urticaria usually vascular vitiligo warts X-rays