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Research Article

Assessing Biophysical and Physiological Profiles of Scalp Seborrheic Dermatitis in the Thai Population

Table 2

Biophysical properties of scalp seborrheic dermatitis cases and control.

VariablesCase Control 95% CIP value
(n = 42)(n = 40)

TEWL, g/h/m2
 mean ± SD13.91 ± 4.5211.66 ± 3.930.44 - 4.15<0.05
SCH, units
 mean ± SD5.61 ± 1.246.42 ± 1.92-1.49 - -0.10<0.05
pH
 mean ± SD4.95 ± 0.515.19 ± 0.62-0.44 - 0.040.104
Skin surface lipid, units
 mean ± SD35.63 ± 7.5929.56 ± 6.353.04 - 9.15<0.05
Roughness, units
 mean ± SD11.55 ± 3.5610.85 ± 2.61-0.66 - 2.060.308

SCH, stratum corneum hydration; TEWL, transepidermal water loss. : statistically significant.

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