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National Organization for Rare Disorders: "Peeling Skin Syndrome," "Erythropoietic Protoporphyria and X-Linked Protoporphyria."
NIH Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center: "Peeling skin syndrome," "Elastoderma," "Primary cutaneous amyloidosis."
International Hyperhidrosis Society: "Chromhidrosis."
"Necrobiosis Lipoidica," British Association of Dermatologists, June 2019.
Foundation for Ichthyosis & Related Skin Types: "Epidermolytic Ichthyosis: A Patient's Perspective," "What is Ichthyosis?"
Mayo Clinic: "Morgellons disease: Managing an unexplained skin condition," "Ichthyosis vulgaris."
American Academy of Dermatology: "Heart disease: 12 warning signs that appear on your skin," "Leprosy still occurs in the United States: Are you at risk?" "Rare disease causes an extreme sensitivity to sunlight," "Acanthosis nigricans."
Medscape: "Xanthomas Treatment & Management."
Genetics Home Reference: "Blau syndrome."
National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health: "Colloidal Silver."
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