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Section 20. Skin Disorders >
Chapter 243. Approach to Skin Disorders in the Emergency Department
Approach to Skin Disorders in the Emergency Department: Introduction, Diagnostic Approach, Reference.
Most ED chief complaints involving skin lesions are due to infections, irritants, and allergies.
Fortunately, few presentations represent life- or limb-threatening skin disorders. Visual diagnosis with the use of pattern recognition is the key to diagnosis. The recommended approach for the diagnosis of a skin disorder in the ED (assuming resuscitation or stabilization is not required) is to:..."
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