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Stress in mothers of young children with eczema
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    Misleading illustrations used for dermatology articles

    Dear Editor,

    I am delighted to see dermatology featured on the covers of both blue and green sections of the August Archives, but concerned that both pictures are misleading. The image chosen to illustrate an article on eczema in fact shows typical impetigo, which would worsen if treated as eczema with topical steroid. The illustration on the cover of the Education supplement shows caustic being applied to a few ti...

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