Intended for healthcare professionals

Colditz syndrome

Colditz was a notorious German prisoner of war camp, officially known as Oflag IV-C, immortalised in various books, films and TV programmes, where the most troublesome captured British and other allied officers were sent in an attempt to prevent them getting up to mischief. Prior to the War, Colditz had been a rather posh lunatic asylum for deranged members of the German aristocracy.
Dermatology in practice 2016; 22(4): 111–111
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