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Dermatol Clin. 1996 Jul;14(3):439-45.

Dermatologic nondisease.

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  • 1Harrogate Clinic, Lasercare Clinics, North Yorkshire, England.

Abstract

Dermatologic nondisease is a relatively common problem presenting to dermatologists with rich symptomatology in important body image areas such as the face, scalp, and genital area. There is no objective dermatologic change present on examination. The most common psychiatric disease present is depression. Suicide is common, especially in women with perceived facial problems.

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