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Infantile-type greasy-scalp scale.
Nonspecific fine, white scale.
Prevalence of scalp scaling by group.
Scalp-scaling etiologies (N = 66). The sum of the percentages exceeds 100% because some patients had >1 diagnosis.
Scalp and neck clinical findings (N = 300).
Patients with scalp scaling and lymphadenopathy (N = 38).
Demographics by Clinic Type
No significant difference in demographic profiles between clinics were noted; all P > .05.
↵* One subject's ethnicity was missing.
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