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Huisarts en Wetenschap

, Volume 46, Issue 8, pp 449–452 | Cite as

Seborroïsch eczeem

  • IA Arnold
  • JAH Eekhof
  • A Knuistingh Neven
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Samenvatting

Seborroïsch eczeem komt regelmatig voor. Het is een chronische, recidiverende huidaandoening die gekenmerkt wordt door erytheem met vettige, gele korsten. Een huisarts ziet jaarlijks ongeveer 6 tot 8 patiënten met seborroïsch eczeem of roos (ICPC S86 seborroïsch eczeem/roos).

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