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See — Seborrheic dermatitis (DM) is a multifactorial chronic recurrent inflammatory skin disease. Rashes of diabetes are localized, as a rule, in 88% of cases in the face, in 70% on the scalp, in 27% in the chest, in 10% in the back, on the groin and axillary folds, i.e. in those places where the sebaceous glands are most developed. Diabetes mellitus is characterized by erythematous-squamous foci on the skin, often accompanied by itching. Currently, there are discrepancies in terminology: many authors confuse the concepts of “seborrhea” and “seborrheic dermatitis”. Seborrhea is a skin condition caused by a…
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