Weird Skin Stuff

July 2009

Up front

The complexities of our outer layer

Volume 38, No.7, July 2009 Pages 469-469

Jenni Parsons

Abnormalities of the skin should be easy to manage... it is all laid out in front of us to observe, measure, touch, diagnose and treat. Cynics may say that most skin problems get better with time, topical corticosteroids and/or topical antifungal cream. The surgically minded may say... ‘if in doubt, cut it out’. Preventive health messages remind us to ‘slip, slop and slap’ to avoid the dangers of harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation. But it is not always that simple.

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