atopic eczema


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a severe form of dermatitis characterized by atopy

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Atopic eczema often affects people with a family history of asthma or other allergic disorders, such as hay fever.
Atopic eczema is a difficult disease to define, as the clinical features are highly variable with regard to morphology, body site and time.
Atopic eczema is closely linked with asthma and hay fever.
Maternal anxiety during pregnancy is a risk factor for the onset of infantile atopic eczema at the age of 6-8 months.
Zoe, 13, has atopic eczema - an aggressive inflammation of the skin which is incurable.
As allergic diseases such as rhinitis, asthma, atopic eczema and dermatitis have been increasing in prevalence globally, more people are searching for effective antiallergic and anti-inflammatory agents.
20 percent of children in the UK suffer from atopic eczema and whilst this usually clears up in adolescence, 7 percent of adults will continue to suffer throughout their lifetime.
Those who are ready for serious skin treatment can now look to these Atopalm products, which are highly effective in the treatment of dry skin, sensitive skin and Atopic Eczema.
Atopic eczema, the most common form, often affects the creases of body joints, such as the backs of knees or insides of elbows.
The most common form, atopic eczema - usually inherited - affects areas where skin is prone to crease, elbows and knees for example, and also the neck, chest and face.
William has suffered from severe atopic eczema since birth, but it has worsened since the age of three, and he had to spend three weeks in hospital last year.
There is a paucity of RCTs examining prebiotics in children, although there may be some long-term benefit of prebiotics for the prevention of atopic eczema and common infections in healthy infants.