Successful Treatment of Facial Neurotic Excoriations with Onabotulinumtoxina and Updated Review of Cosmetic and Non-Cosmetic Uses

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Neurotic excoriations are repetitive self-inflicted lesions caused by skin picking and scratching that occurs in the absence of a known physical pathology. They are usually associated with a psychological or medical condition that causes dysesthesia or psychological distress. This case describes a 36-year old man with neurotic excoriations associated with… (More)

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