Chapter 22 - Dermatological Conditions
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22.01 - Dermatological Conditions
Dermatological conditions may be limited to the skin itself or may be an aspect of a wide variety of disorders primarily located in other body systems. Because they vary widely in severity over both brief and long periods of time, serial examinations and individual consideration of the ameliorating and exacerbating factors are essential to assessment of the long term average degree of disability.
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