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Chronic Eczema: Sources and Notes

- ANAES, French Society of Dermatology. Consensus Conference. Management of cutaneo - mucous herpes in immunocompetent patients. HAS. 2001.
- French Society of Dermatology. Atopic dermatitis: understand. Dermato-info.fr. Paris; 2008.

Authors: Margaret François and Dr. Ada Picard.
Expert consultant: Dr. Bruno Halioua, dermatologist.

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