Resident Rounds: Part II - Common Psychodermatologic Disorders openaccess articles

July 2015 | Volume 14 | Issue 7 | Feature | 757 | Copyright © 2015

Sandeep S. Saluja MD and Matthew Q. Hand MD

Department of Dermatology, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT


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Psychodermatologic disorders are prominent in any dermatology practice – be it general, pediatric, or cosmetic dermatology. They can be extremely challenging to manage. In all cases, organic dermatologic illness must be ruled out. We provide a review of the commonly encountered psychodermatologic disorders to aid with proper diagnosis and management of this population. This review can also be used as a reference for board preparations.

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