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Clinical Overview of Inflammatory Dermatologic Conditions

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This section reviews the clinical manifestations of common inflammatory dermatologic conditions. Knowledge of the clinical presentation can improve the performance of the dermatologic ultrasound examination.

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Vera-Kellet, C. (2022). Clinical Overview of Inflammatory Dermatologic Conditions. In: Wortsman, X. (eds) Textbook of Dermatologic Ultrasound. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-08736-3_18

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