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Managing infant and child skincare

Skin is a dynamic organ that performs several functions (Oranges et al, 2015). The skin has three layers: the epidermis, the dermis and the hypodermis. The main function of the epidermis is to act as...

Fungal skin infections

Fungal infections caused by dermatophytes, a group of fungi that invade and grow in dead keratin, causing infection that is normally confined to dead layers of skin. Because dermatophytes require...

Dermatology prescribing update: eczema

Emollients are first line therapy in eczema, this is evidence-based UK guidance (NICE 2007; 2018; PCDS, 2019). Complete emollient therapy should always be advised, this is: ‘everything that goes on...

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