Atopic eczema


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Atopic eczema

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Figure 110.1 Eczema can impact on the patient’s quality of life


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Figures 110.2 and 110.3 In some ethnic groups, atopic eczema can affect the extensor surfaces rather than the flexures, and discoid or follicular patterns may be more common


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Figure 110.4 Facial eczema is common in infants

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Figure 110.5 Flexural involvement


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Figure 110.6 Eczema on extensor surface of arms


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Figure 110.7 Discoid or follicular pattern of eczema


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Figure 110.8 Eczema can cause lichenification


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Figure 110.9 Weeping and crusting may be signs of infection


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