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seborrheic dermatitis p. 484
seborrheic dermatitis association p. 484
Seborrheic dermatitis is an inflammatory skin disorder, which is characterized by chronic, relapsing form of papulosquamous and erythematous plaques, sometimes itchy, typically distributed on the scalp, face, and other areas rich in the sebaceous gland. Treatment options include topical antifungals, frequent shampooing, and the application of an emollient.
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