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April 1983

Identify Lotions Used and Omission of Word

Arch Dermatol. 1983;119(4):291. doi:10.1001/archderm.1983.01650280019007

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Abstract

In the article entitled "12% Lactate Lotion for the Treatment of Xerosis," published in the January Archives (1983;119:27-30), the nonproprietary names and trade names of the lotions used were as follows: 12% lactate lotion (Lac-Hydrin), the emollient lotion (Lubriderm), and 5% lactic acid lotion (LactiCare). Also in the right column on page 30, paragraph 3, line 5 should have read as follows: "However, the effects of lactate lotion may not be limited to the stratum corneum."

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