As dermatological advances become more technical, there are features of skin behavior which drift from view. They are less obvious through being mundane and less intriguing because of their intractability to a laboratory approach. They lie concealed behind unconscious clinical skills and are hampered by a restrictive concept of diseases as natural entities. The lecture text given here deals with chosen aspects of this theme.
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