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Management of hyperkeratosis of the lower limb: Consensus recommendations

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Management of hyperkeratosis of the lower limb: Consensus recommendations

1 December 2015

Hyperkeratosis is an abnormal thickening of the outer layer of the skin, caused by over-proliferation of keratin-producing cells. These consensus recommendations offer practical guidelines for the management of hyperkeratosis of the lower limb, seeking to improve understanding of the condition and provide healthcare professionals with the knowledge and skills to recognise and treat it effectively.

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