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Flexural rashes: a guide to differential diagnosis Part 2

Rashes affecting the flexural areas are not unusual, but many common conditions may be altered in their appearance due to hyperhidrosis, maceration or friction. This article looks at neurofibromatosis, psoriasis, eczema and some rarities as causes of flexural rash.
Dermatology in practice 2001; 9(6): 12–15
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