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Any information you can get via books, internet or other media concerning diseases and disorders of the skin - is not a substitute for a professional medical advice.


Only board-certified dermatologists have the medical training and experience needed to properly diagnose the disease and determine the most appropriate treatments for each patient.

Misdiagnosis results in wrong treatment, a problem does not get solved, and a lot of time and money turns out wasted. You should not use the information on this or similar web sites for diagnosing or treating a medical or health condition yourself. Note that consequences of the incorrect diagnosis can lead to condition deterioration.

If you have or suspect you have a medical problem, promptly contact your professional healthcare provider.


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