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Topical corticosteroid abuse on the face: A prospective, multicenter study of dermatology outpatients

Saraswat Abir, Lahiri Koushik, Chatterjee Manas, Barua Shyamanta, Coondoo Arijit, Mittal Asit, Panda Saumya, Rajagopalan Murlidhar, Sharma Rajeev, Abraham Anil, Verma Shyam B, Srinivas C R

Year : 2011| Volume: 77| Issue : 2 | Page no: 160-166

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