eczematoid

eczematoid

 [ek-zem´ah-toid]
resembling eczema.

ec·ze·ma·toid

(ek-zem'ă-toyd),
Resembling eczema in appearance.

eczematoid

/ec·zem·a·toid/ (ek-zem´ah-toid) resembling eczema.

eczematoid

adjective Resembling eczema; eczema like.

ec·ze·ma·toid

(ek-sem'ă-toyd)
Resembling eczema in appearance.

eczematoid

resembling eczema.
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Job syndrome is an immune disorder characterized by eczematoid dermatitis, recurrent skin and pulmonary infections, increased levels of IgE, and impaired T and B cell memory (9).
Scratching can cause the welts to become infected due to secondary bacterial agents (Feingold, Benjamini, & Michaeli, 1968), which may result in eczematoid dermatitis, cellulitis, impetigo, and pyoderma (Goddard & deShazo, 2009).
At the examination it was revealed that the patient had developed a widespread eczematoid dermatitis caused by ritual washing performed at the lower back area and up to the level of the coccyx.
Pedigree demonstrating a sex-linked recessive condition characterized by draining ears, eczematoid dermatitis and bloody diarrhea.
Subsequent administration of the drug by another route may lead to a generalized eczematoid reaction.
In these patients, many of whom are atopic, a chronic eczematoid rash is accompanied by what he termed "fierce burning.