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Introduction: Dermatolysis

Description of Dermatolysis

Dermatolysis (medical condition): A connective tissue disorder which may be acquired...more »

See also:

Cutis laxa:
  »Introduction: Cutis laxa
  »Symptoms of Cutis laxa

Dermatolysis: Related Topics

These medical condition or symptom topics may be relevant to medical information for Dermatolysis:

Dermatolysis as a Disease

Dermatolysis: Another name for Cutis laxa (or close medical condition association).
  »Introduction: Cutis laxa
  »Symptoms of Cutis laxa

Dermatolysis: Related Diseases

Dermatolysis: Dermatolysis is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Symptoms of Dermatolysis (Cutis laxa)

Some of the symptoms of Dermatolysis incude:

  • Transient swelling
  • Inelastic skin
  • Skin folds
  • Loose skin
  • Sad expression due to folds in facial skin

Dermatolysis: Related Disease Topics

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The following terms can be used for Dermatolysis

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