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Photoprotection for Photodermatoses

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Abstract

This chapter provides a brief overview of the many skin diseases caused by exposure to sunlight, the photodermatoses. The proposed etiology, physical exam findings, preventive care recommendations, and medical therapies unique to each photodermatosis are discussed.

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  • Photoprotection
  • Photodermatoses

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Gutierrez, D., Baron, E.D. (2016). Photoprotection for Photodermatoses. In: Wang, S., Lim, H. (eds) Principles and Practice of Photoprotection. Adis, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-29382-0_3

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