Halogenoderma

Halogenodermas are skin eruptions that result after exposure to halogen-containing drugs or substances. This may last several weeks after drug use is discontinued. This is because of the slow elimination rate of iodides and bromides. Fluoroderma is a particular type of halogenoderma which is caused by fluoride. Fluoride is present in oral hygiene ...
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halogenoderma

Dermatosis caused by ingestion or injection of halogens, most notably bromides and iodides. ... Origin: halogen + G. Derma, skin ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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halogenoderma

Type: Term Pronunciation: hal′ō-gen′ō-dĕr′mă Definitions: 1. Dermatosis caused by ingestion or injection of halogens, most notably bromides and iodides.
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