Dermatrophy from Long‐Term Occlusive Topical Corticosteroid Therapy
AbstractAbstractTwo patients had severe atrophy of the skin secondary to long-term occlusive topical corticosteroid therapy. Marked reduction in the thickness of the colum with a relatively increased amount of elastic tissue was demonstrated histologically. The probable pathogenetic mechanism is discussed.
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