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Iododerma

Iododerma
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ICD-10 L70.8 (ILDS L70.824)

Iododermas are caused by iodides, with the most common sources of exposure being oral and intravenous contrast materials used to treat thyroid disease.[1]:135 The most common type of eruption is an acneiform eruption with numerous acutely inflamed follicular pustules, each surrounded by a ring of hyperemia.[1]:135

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