Skin manifestations of running.

@article{MaillerSavage2006SkinMO,
  title={Skin manifestations of running.},
  author={Erica A Mailler-Savage and Brian B. Adams},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology},
  year={2006},
  volume={55 2},
  pages={
          290-301
        }
}
As the United States comes increasingly closer to being the heaviest nation on earth, many people are turning to exercise, especially running, to lose weight. Most runners, whether novice or professional, will have a skin disorder that may prompt them to seek medical attention. Although case reports and sports reviews have discussed, in a cursory fashion, the nature of these skin lesions, to our knowledge there has never been an extensive review of the literature that specifically addresses the… Expand
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