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Primary care pediatricians frequently see patients with dermatologic symptoms, ranging from acne to more serious disorders. What’s the best
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Use of Isotretinoin for Acne Vulgaris
Bradley Merritt, MD; Craig N. Burkhart, MD; and Dean S. Morrell, MD
Molluscum Contagiosum: What’s New and True?
Jacquelyn Coloe, MD; Craig N. Burkhart, MD; and Dean S. Morrell, MD
Stephanie A. Diamantis, MD; Dean S. Morrell, MD; and Craig N. Burkhart, MD
Therapies for Pediatric Seborrheic Dermatitis
Gabriele B. Poindexter, MD, Craig N. Burkhart, MD; and Dean S. Morrell, MD
Vitiligo: Treatment Approach in Children
Arin L. Isenstein, MD; Dean S. Morrell, MD; and Craig N. Burkhart, MD
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