Skin microflora in atopic dermatitis patients and treatment of it's complications

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The digest is dedicated to the influence of skin microflora and secondary skin infections on atopic dermatitis clinical course. It covers the influence of St. aureus on allergic inflammation in atopic dermatitis. The digest shows the data of pyoderma clinical features and therapy solutions in patients with this disorder.

V R Voronina

A N Pampura

E S Fedenko

V R Voronina

PampuraA N

E S Fedenko

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