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The development of eczematous dermatitis may require treatment with topical steroids.
The differential fate of cadherins during T cell-induced keratinocyte apoptosis leads to spongiosis in eczematous dermatitis.
is also used as a homeopathic remedy for eczematous skin conditions (Metzger, 1991), although to date there have been no controlled studies to substantiate such efficacy.
All the skin should be treated, not only the eczematous areas.
She reported a continuous course of eczematous lesions, primarily on her hands, over the previous 6 to 7 years, with the onset coinciding with a tongue piercing received in late 1995.
A photoallergic reaction is an eczematous rash presumably caused by ultraviolet-induced immunogenic alterations of drugs in the skin.
Clinical efficacy of budesonide in the treatment of eczematous external otitis.
Repeated ingestion of the allergen may result in the development of an itchy, eczematous rash (Sampson 1992).
In contrast, immunocompetent individuals usually develop lesions that range from slightly erythematous nodules and papules to eczematous plaques with or without associated cellulitis.
The term may describe eczema, which is also called dermatitis eczema and eczematous dermatitis.
Manuso JSJ: The use of biofeedback hand warming training in the eczematous dermatitis of the hands: a case study.
A year ago, Lindsay experienced an eczematous rash, not too surprising given that she had had recurrent ear infections earlier, also an allergic condition, and that she had received formula from the beginning rather than breast milk.
An eczematous nipple reaction is highly suggestive of Paget's disease.
It is estimated that about 40 % of eczematous lesions are co-infected.
Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a very common, chronic, inflammatory eczematous skin disease in children, affecting up to 20% of children in Western Europe and Australia.