dermatosis

noun
der·​ma·​to·​sis | \ ˌdər-mə-ˈtō-səs How to pronounce dermatosis (audio) \
plural dermatoses\ ˌdər-​mə-​ˈtō-​ˌsēz How to pronounce dermatoses (audio) \

Definition of dermatosis

: a disease of the skin

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There are also small mole-like dark spots called dermatosis papulosa nigra that are more common among people of color, Dr. Elbuluk adds. Tatiana Walk-morris, SELF, "5 Things People of Color Should Know About Taking Care of Their Skin," 12 July 2019

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First Known Use of dermatosis

1864, in the meaning defined above

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dermatosis

noun
der·​ma·​to·​sis | \ ˌdər-mə-ˈtō-səs How to pronounce dermatosis (audio) \
plural dermatoses\ -​ˌsēz How to pronounce dermatoses (audio) \

Medical Definition of dermatosis

: a disease of the skin

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