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New ISN Page: Perioral Dermatitis


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#1 LisaBulman

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Posted 12 March 2009 - 02:55 AM

Perioral Dermatitis (also called periorificial dermatitis) is a facial rash that tends to occur around the mouth and/or nose and occasionally, the eyes. Our new page covers its symptoms, possible causes, diagnosis and treatments. A recent case of Perioral Dermatitis is also covered.

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