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Schlievert PM The dermatovenerologist Signs and Symptoms of Neurodermatitis Enterosorption with hydrolised lignin, enterosorbent, activated carbon application. Diuretics (hydrochlorothiazide, spironolactone). Fasting days (1-2 days a week). The prescription of low molecular weight drugs and plasma expanders (polyvinylpyrrolidone solution, solution of 10 % dextran and 0.9 % sodium chloride and others).
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Fee schedule Lending: Enabled Text-to-Speech: Enabled Dermatology Index of Disease Severity(DIDS) is an efficient instrument for staging the severity of illness in inflammatory cutaneous diseases. The severity of illness for each patient was rated as 1 of 5 stages: 0, no evidence of clinical disease; I, limited disease; II, mild disease; III, moderate disease; and IV, severe disease. DIDS was applied as the measuring tool to determine the disease severity.
Changes like those of lichen simplex chronicus may be superimposed on other dermatoses such as lichen planus (hypertrophic lichen planus), mycosis fungoides, actinic reticuloid, and eczematous dermatitides including atopic dermatitis. These changes are particularly prominent in some solar keratoses of the hands or forearms.
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