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Anatomic Physiologic and Chemical Factors in Diseases of the Skin
Basic Pathologic Patterns
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acid acne acute adult agents allergic alopecia antibiotic apocrine appear areas atopic dermatitis atrophy bacterial infection become biopsy bullae cause cent changes characteristic chronic clinical common commonly compounds contact dermatitis corium cosmetic cutaneous develop diagnosis disease dose drug eccrine effective epidermis eruption erythema multiforme exposure factors follicles frequently fungal infections fungi glucosteroid griseofulvin hair herpes simplex individuals inflammation inflammatory initial intertriginous involvement irritation itching keratin lesions lichen planus lotion lupus melanocytes miliaria mucous membranes nail neurodermatitis nevi nodules normal nummular dermatitis occur ointment ordinarily organism papular papules particularly patches patients pemphigus penicillin pigmented plaques primary produce pruritus psoriasis purpura rarely reaction region result ringworm ringworm infections scalp scarring sebaceous gland seborrheic dermatitis secondary seen sensitivity severe significant skin lesions sometimes stasis dermatitis steroid therapy stratum corneum superficial surface sweat syphilis systemic L.E. tinea tissue topical trauma treatment tumors ulcers uncommon urticaria varying vesicles warts x-ray zoster