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Term:
seborrheic dermatitis (DOID:8741)
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acneiform dermatitis 
acrodermatitis +   
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bullous skin disease +   
contact dermatitis +   
Dandruff 
dermatosis papulosa nigra 
Dowling-Degos disease +   
Drug Eruptions +   
Eczema +   
eczema herpeticum  
erysipelas 
Exfoliative Dermatitis +   
Familial Dyskeratotic Comedones 
follicular mucinosis 
folliculitis +   
granuloma annulare 
granulomatous dermatitis 
Granulosis Rubra Nasi 
Intertrigo 
lichen disease +   
Lipodermatosclerosis  
Microcephaly, Congenital Cataract, and Psoriasiform Dermatitis  
Neonatal Inflammatory Skin and Bowel Disease +   
neurodermatitis 
neurotic excoriation 
parapsoriasis +   
Perioral Dermatitis 
photosensitivity disease +   
Pityriasis +   
pityriasis rosea 
psoriasis +   
pustulosis of palm and sole  
pyoderma +   
Radiodermatitis 
Rhinophyma 
sebaceous gland neoplasm +   
Seborrhea-Like Dermatitis with Psoriasiform Elements  
seborrheic dermatitis +   
A dermatitis that is an inflammatory skin condition resulting in flaky, white to yellowish scales on oily areas such as the scalp or inside the ear, which is caused due to a combination of an over production of skin oil and irritation from a yeast Malassezia furfur. The symptoms include itching, skin lesions and scales, redness, plaques and hair loss. (DO)
spongiotic dermatitis 
steatocystoma multiplex +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: Dermatitis Seborrheica ;   Seborrhea ;   Seborrheic Dermatitides ;   Seborrhoeic dermatitis ;   Seborrhoeic eczema ;   skin seborrheic
Primary IDs: MESH:D012628
Xrefs: ICD10CM:L21 ;   ICD9CM:690.1 ;   NCI:C111888
Definition Sources: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000963.htm "DO" "DO"

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