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ATOPIC DERMATITIS: THERAPY, PROPHYLAXIS. REHABILITATION AT A SANATORIUM

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8
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2015

D. Kapasakalidi (1); Professor V. Kovalchuk (2), MD; V. Reut (3) 1 -Saint Petersburg Clinical Hospital Russian Academy of Sciences 2 -N.A. Semashko Sity Hospital №38, Saint Petersburg 3 -Saint Petersburg State University

Article is devoted to actual problems of an atopic dermatitis. Features of an etiology and pathogenesis of this disease, the main provoked factors of dermatitis’s attacks are discussed. The basic principles of the general maintaining patients, features of treatment and prevention are given. The principles and features of the organization and carrying out of rehabilitation of patients with atopic dermatitis and associated diseases are discussed in details.

Keywords: 
atopic dermatitis
rehabilitation
sanatorium treatment



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