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Seborrhoea: Introduction

Seborrhoea: Overactive sebaceous glands resulting in oily skin. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Seborrhoea is available below.

Symptoms of Seborrhoea

Treatments for Seborrhoea

Wrongly Diagnosed with Seborrhoea?

Seborrhoea: Related Patient Stories

Seborrhoea: Deaths

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Causes of Seborrhoea

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Misdiagnosis and Seborrhoea

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Seborrhoea: Animations

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Definitions of Seborrhoea:

A condition in which overactivity of the sebaceous glands causes the skin to become oily - (Source - WordNet 2.1)


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