• Susan T. Nedorost


Some forms of dermatitis are very mild and self-limited, but for patients with generalized disease, the burden is great (Fig. 1.1).


Atopic Eczema Contact Dermatitis Inflammatory Skin Disease Inflammatory Dermatosis Diagnostic Subtype 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Susan T. Nedorost
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  1. 1.University Hospitals Case Medical Center UHMG DermatologyOhioUSA

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