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Congenital Skin Disorder

FDA Reports28
Media Events477
% of FDA Complaints0.00%
% of Social Media Complaints0.03%
Preferred Term
  • Congenital Skin Disorder
Additional Terms
  • skin problems
  • skin changes
  • skin has thinned
  • skinrough
  • aged facial skin
  • syrup coming out of my skin
  • dermatology problems
  • loss of elasticity in skin
  • skin reverting to baby-like smoothness
  • skin got tough, discolored, peeled and cracked
  • various skin ailments
  • skin is peeling away
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Drugs Associated with Congenital Skin Disorder

List of Drugs Associated with Congenital Skin Disorder

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