Alternative terms for "Skin condition"

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skin Condition

skin-puncture test
skin-pupillary reflex
skin-tight
skin aging
skin and bone
skin and bones
skin and connective tissue diseases
skin back
skin botflies
skin cancer
skin care
skin cell
skin color
skin colour
skin condition (current term)
skin disease
skin disorder
skin diving
skin doctor
skin dose
skin effect
skin effects
skin eruption
skin flap
skin flicks
skin flutes
skin forming alloy

Literary usage of Skin condition

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1. The British Journal of Dermatology by British Association of Dermatology (1908)
"In general terms it may be said that the skin condition became gradually ... This improvement was seen in all directions save in the skin condition, ..."

2. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1903)
"... taken immediately before her admission to the light treatment of the City Hospital for Diseases of the Skin. Condition on Admission, May 8th, 1902. ..."

3. Journal of Cutaneous Diseases Including Syphilis by American Dermatological Association (1913)
"It is because dermatology as a distinct branch of medicine is rather recent; and when a certain investigator comes across a certain skin condition which he ..."

4. Getting Fit Your Way: A Self-paced Fitness Guide (1993)
"Avoid preparations or medications you know will make your skin condition worse. These might include hair dyes, skin creams, certain drugs that can make you ..."

5. Pressure Ulcers in Adults: Prediction & Prevention (1992)
"The panel reviewed 22 studies that examined the effects of underpads or briefs on the skin condition of either incontinent adults or infants. ..."

6. Choosing a Wheelchair System edited by Seldon P. Todd, Jr. (1992)
"Adverse skin condition Adverse skin condition is monitored by direct observation. Intense activity continues in an attempt to identify methods for detecting ..."

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