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Managing childhood eczema in the Middle East

Muhammad Yousuf
23 August 2010

<p>This case study describes the management of an 11-year-old boy living in the desert of Saudi Arabia who was diagnosed with severe eczema. The traditional therapy used by a local physician to treat this common disease had negatively affected his management. Recommendations are made to improve the future treatment of skin conditions in rural areas of the country.</p>

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