Indian Journal of Dermatology

Year
: 1999  |  Volume : 44  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 55--57

Seventy Five Cases Of Exfoliative Dermatitis


Debabrata Bandyaopadhyay1, Satyendra Nath Chowdhury2, Aloke Kr Roy3 
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Debabrata Bandyaopadhyay


A study of 75 cases of exfoliative dermatitis showed a male preponderance (M:F=4.77:1) with highest frequency of occurrence in the fifth and sixth decades. Cutaneous ailments were responsible for 64% of cases, among which psoriasis was the commonest disease followed by various types of eczema. The syndrome was caused by drugs in 12% of the cases and malignancy in 2.67%. In 21.33% of patients the cause remained undetermined. The systemic changes and the laboratory findings are described.


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Bandyaopadhyay D, Chowdhury S, Roy A. Seventy Five Cases Of Exfoliative Dermatitis.Indian J Dermatol 1999;44:55-57


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Bandyaopadhyay D, Chowdhury S, Roy A. Seventy Five Cases Of Exfoliative Dermatitis. Indian J Dermatol [serial online] 1999 [cited 2022 Oct 7 ];44:55-57
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