(The only recommendation to this section is to change the word, "seborrhea' (throughout this section) to "seborrheic dermatitis". We dermatologists rarely use the word "seborrhea", but instead use the phrase "seborrheic dermatitis" for the condition described in this article.
See the following excerpt from the AAD website:
Seborrhea is a form of skin inflammation (dermatitis) that causes a red, oily, flaking skin rash in areas of the body where glands in the skin called sebaceous...Read more
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