PMID: 4555652Jun 10, 1972Paper

Skin trauma in patients receiving systemic corticosteroid therapy

British Medical Journal
D J David


Surprisingly extensive skin damage may result from trivial accidents in patients treated with systemic corticosteroids. In one year 21 such patients were admitted to a plastic surgical unit. Skin necrosis and delayed healing are problems in these patients, and skin grafting may be necessary.


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