Eczema dyshidrotic

Eczema dyshidrotic

Eczema dyshidrotic also called acro vesicular eczema, is a form of eczema on the hands and feet. Blisters, blisters, and itching are the most important features. The condition is most common in women between 20 and 30 …

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Eczema in babies

Eczema in babies

Eczema in babies. Eczema is an inflammatory reaction of the skin, without infection arises from a combination of external and as yet unknown internal factors. External factors are, for example, moisture and damage. Eczema symptoms in …

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Constitutional eczema in Skin

Constitutional eczema in Skin

Constitutional eczema in Skin. Constitutional eczema is a skin condition with mainly redness, flaking, and itching. It is often seen in people with an atopic constitution (the predisposition to be able to react allergically). About 10 percent …

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Baby acne

What is baby acne? With baby acne pimples, spots and bumps are visible on the baby’s skin, especially in the face. There are two different conditions that can give the impression of baby acne. Both disorders …

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Atheroma cyst

What is an Atheroma Cyst? An atheroma cyst is a cyst under the skin of approximately 0.5 to 3 cm in size. The bump is usually skin-colored and you can shift it relative to the underlying skin tissue. If …

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Chickenpox Varicella

What are chickenpox? Chickenpox is a spot disease. Varicella is the medical name for chickenpox. Chickenpox mainly occurs in children between 1 and 8 years. It is striking that it is observed at an increasingly younger age. Chickenpox mainly …

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Anaal eczeem

What is anal eczema? Anal eczema is a condition of the skin around the anus, often accompanied by redness, fluid production, flaking and itching. Symptoms anal eczema Anal eczema usually starts with itching. The itching can …

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Canker sores

What are ulcers? Canker sores are painful little mouth sores. The number can vary from a few to many ulcers at the same time. There are different types of ulcers. Canker sores: Signs of symptoms The most …

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