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Abstract

Hand dermatitis or hand eczema designates a group of inflammatory skin diseases of the hands with multifactorial origin. It is important to realize which type of hand dermatitis is present when therapy is selected.

Keywords

Atopic Dermatitis Contact Dermatitis Mometasone Furoate Contact Allergy Hand Eczema 
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  • K. Thestrup-Pedersen

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