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Halogenodermas are rare skin reactions related to high levels of halogens in the body.

Halogens are a group of natural elements with similar chemical properties. Examples of clinically relevant halogens are bromine and iodine, and when these are part of compounds, such as medications, they are called bromides and iodides. T

he skin eruption may be named for the specific halogen involved, i.e., bromoderma and iododerma respectively.

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