The minimum amount of x-rays or other form of radiation sufficient to produce redness of the skin after application, regarded as the dose that is safe to give at one time.
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- erythema annulare,
- erythema annulare centrifugum,
- erythema arthriticum epidemicum,
- erythema caloricum,
- erythema chronicum migrans,
- erythema induratum,
- erythema infectiosum,
- erythema iris,
- erythema marginatum,
- erythema migrans linguae
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