Acne medicamentosa

acne medicamentosa

acne medicamentosa acne med·i·ca·men·to·sa (měd’ĭ-kə-mən-tō’sə)
Acne caused or exacerbated by several types of drugs, such as antiepileptics, halogens, and steroids.


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