Cortisol ulcer

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Cortisol ulcers are ulcers caused by long term application of cortisol (steroid) topical creams to certain skin diseases.[1] These last for long time, may require excision and skin grafting.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bhat, Sriram (2013). Srb's Manual of Surgery, 4e. Jaypee Brothers Medical Pub. p. 16. ISBN 9789350259443.