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Itch: Mechanisms and Treatment

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Itch: Mechanisms and Treatment
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Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1466505435
ISBN-13: 9781466505438
Number of pages: 494

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This volume presents a timely update on all aspects of itch research and the clinical treatment of itch that accompanies many dermatological conditions including psoriasis, neuropathic itch, cutaneous t-cells lymphoma, and systemic diseases such as kidney and liver disease and cancer.

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