- 1) An acute or chronic inflammation of the skin, characterized by redness, itching, and the outbreak of oozing vesicular lesions which become encrusted and scaly. It is noncontagious.
- 2) A noncontagious inflammation of the skin, characterized chiefly by redness, itching, and the outbreak of lesions that may discharge serous matter and become encrusted and scaly.
- 3) (Med.) An inflammatory disease of the skin, characterized by the presence of redness and itching, an eruption of small vesicles, and the discharge of a watery exudation, which often dries up, leaving the skin covered with crusts; -- called also tetter, milk crust, and salt rheum.
- 4) (Med.) An inflammatory disease of the skin, characterized by the presence of redness and itching, an eruption of small vesicles, and the discharge of a watery exudation, which often dries up, leaving the skin covered with crusts; -- called also tetter, milk crust, and salt rheum.
- 5) generic term for inflammatory conditions of the skin; particularly with vesiculation in the acute stages
- 6) Acute eczema when the color of the skin is very red.
- 7) An inflammation of the skin attended with considerable exudation of lymph.
- 8) Pityriasis rubra.
- 1) pathology A noncontagious disease whose main symptom is gray or silvery flaky patches on the skin which are red and inflamed underneath when scratched.
- 2) A noncontagious inflammatory skin disease characterized by recurring reddish patches covered with silvery scales.
- 3) A cutaneous disease, characterized by imbricated silvery scales, affecting only the superficial layers of the skin.
- 4) obsolete The state of being affected with psora.
- 5) a chronic skin disease characterized by dry red patches covered with scales; occurs especially on the scalp and ears and genitalia and the skin over bony prominences
- 6) A chronic non-contagious skin-disease, characterized by reddish, slightly elevated, dry patches of varying size, shape, and number, covered with whitish or grayish imbricated scales.
- 1) SIX in ten eczema sufferers say they have been bullied or endured hurtful comments because of it.
- 2) Fans also claim it helps with irritable skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
- 3) But each of these different seasons will suit other eczema sufferers perfectly!
- 4) Also good for asthma and eczema sufferers.
- 5) People with asthma and eczema may also benefit.
- 6) Other medical problems such as eczema or asthma are bad enough.
- 7) Can you print the details again and suggest some alternatives for dry skin and eczema that may be easier to find?
- 8) Worldwide, spas are used to treat conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.
- 9) It also stops natural skin drying out, making it ideal for eczema sufferers.
- 10) This is varicose eczema - inflamed skin caused by your varicose veins.
- 11) That is when you come out with rashes, eczema and other skin problems.
- 12) Symptoms include skin swelling, eczema and asthma.
- 13) The usual cause for this at your age is varicose eczema - inflamed skin caused by varicose veins.
- 14) THERE was bad news this week for sufferers of eczema.
- 15) The eczema would then become infected and a course of antibiotics would be needed, as well as treatment for the condition.
- 16) We know that it sometimes runs in families and that it is more common in some people with eczema, asthma and thyroid problems.
- 17) Sufferers of skin allergies or eczema should avoid SLS.
- 18) These include psoriasis, eczema, stomach ulcers and irritable bowel syndrome.
- 19) Sounds great, except experts say these bulbs give you migraines, skin cancer and eczema.
- 20) It's especially good for sensitive skin or eczema, but can it tackle wrinkles?
- 21) He had begun, and was to continue, to suffer from eczema and asthma.
- 22) Papular eczema (_eczema papulosum_) is characterized by the appearance, usually in numbers, of discrete, aggregated or closely-crowded, reddish, pin-head-sized acuminated or rounded papules.
- 23) Erythematous eczema (_eczema erythematosum_) begins as one or more small or large, irregularly outlined hyperæmic macules or patches, with or without slight or marked swelling, and with more or less itching or burning.
- 24) Pustular eczema (_eczema pustulosum_, _eczema impetiginosum_) is probably the least common of all the varieties.
- 25) Squamous eczema (_eczema squamosum_) may be defined as a clinical variety, the chief symptoms of which are a variable degree of scaliness, more or less thickening, infiltration, and redness, with commonly a tendency to cracking or fissuring of the skin, especially when the disease is seated about the joints.
- 26) Now, the term eczema usually refers to atopic eczema, or atopic dermatitis (atopic means “allergic”), which is a complex genetic disorder that results in defective skin barriers, reduced innate skin immune responses, and exaggerated immune (T cell) responses to environmental allergens that lead to chronic skin inflammation.
- 27) The term eczema is now applied very generally to eruptions of all kinds that depend on internal disorders or constitutional conditions and that tend to recurrences and inveteracy.
- 28) The term eczema is broadly applied to a range of skin conditions.
- 29) ‘Hay fever, asthma and eczema are all related allergic conditions and the tendency to develop them runs in families.’
- 30) ‘It is much less common in childhood than other skin conditions such as eczema but rarely, it does develop before the age of ten years.’
- 31) ‘Fungal rashes can sometimes be confused with other skin conditions, such as psoriasis and eczema.’
- 32) ‘It increases the likelihood of a person having asthma, eczema or hay fever.’
- 33) ‘You might scratch the skin because it is itchy due to eczema or psoriasis inside the ear.’
- 34) ‘Late in his career he completed a research study on associations between eczema and psoriasis.’
- 35) ‘So, how do those of you who have eczema or similar skin conditions cope with the uncertainty?’
- 36) ‘Of the allergic diseases, eczema is the most common among both adults and children.’
- 37) ‘She had never smoked but did have several allergies, including eczema and perennial rhinitis.’
- 38) ‘If there is eczema, asthma, or hay fever in your family, you are more likely to become allergic to something yourself.’
- 39) ‘Atopic eczema is the most common type of eczema and is linked with hay fever and asthma.’
- 40) ‘Honey is another natural remedy for soothing inflammation, eczema, burns and skin infections.’
- 41) ‘It signifies many kinds of skin afflictions including eczema, acne, and boils.’
- 42) ‘Reactions to food often affect those with other classic allergies such as hay fever, asthma and eczema.’
- 43) ‘The blurb goes on to say it will help treat conditions from eczema to brain tumours.’
- 44) ‘In reality she is more likely to help locals with remedies for their children's eczema or chicken pox.’
- 45) ‘It is said that every fifth person suffers from eczema, psoriasis or some form of allergy and these often run in the family.’
- 46) ‘This is very bad news for the one person in ten who suffers from nickel allergy, or those with eczema or dermatitis.’
- 47) ‘Now, suppose we look at the table the other way round, and ask what is the probability that a child with hay fever will also have eczema?’
- 48) ‘A flare-up of eczema allowed him to obtain a medical release from duty.’
- 49) he suffered from aczema during pubirty
- 1) Fans also claim it helps with irritable skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
- 2) Is there a link between psoriasis and heart disease?
- 3) Medical reports are ambiguous about the effectiveness of the spa for psoriasis sufferers.
- 4) The usual advice for patients with psoriasis has been justified by the result of this research.
- 5) The condition can lead to other skin problems such as psoriasis and make sufferers more prone to asthma.
- 6) Worldwide, spas are used to treat conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.
- 7) There are some 4,000 recognised skin diseases and psoriasis is one of the most common.
- 8) A similar association that exists between psoriasis and cardiovascular disease is also found in cases of rheumatoid arthritis.
- 9) A number of new areas will be covered which will improve the understanding and care of psoriasis patients.
- 10) These include psoriasis, eczema, stomach ulcers and irritable bowel syndrome.
- 11) Its existing products treat skin, hair and nail diseases such as acne, psoriasis and skin cancer.
- 12) This is echoed by a recent American survey which showed that 20 per cent of sufferers find their psoriasis socially embarrassing.
- 13) And I encourage you to help psoriasis patients receive better care by completing and sending in the petition found on the last page of this supplement.
- 14) ‘Oral methotrexate tablets are commonly used for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and severe psoriasis.’
- 15) ‘You might scratch the skin because it is itchy due to eczema or psoriasis inside the ear.’
- 16) ‘Topical corticosteroid creams and ointments are applied to the skin to reduce inflammation in conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.’
- 17) ‘Fungal rashes can sometimes be confused with other skin conditions, such as psoriasis and eczema.’
- 18) ‘Psoralens sensitise the skin to ultraviolet light and are used in light therapy for vitiligo and psoriasis.’