eczematous


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eczematous

 [ek-zem´ah-tus]
characterized by or of the nature of eczema.

ec·ze·ma·tous

(ek-zem'ă-tŭs),
Marked by or resembling eczema.

eczematous

See eczema.

eczematous

adjective Referring to eczema, see there.

ec·ze·ma·tous

(ek-sem'ă-tŭs)
Marked by or resembling eczema.

eczematous

characterized by or of the nature of eczema.
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Other characteristic skin findings include hyperpigmentation, eczematous dermatitis, atrophie blanche, and lipodermatosclerosis.
T cell-mediated Fas-induced keratinocyte apoptosis plays a key pathogenetic role in eczematous dermatitis.
1-3) Clinically, MPD presents as an eczematous eruption on the nipple and/or areola, often accompanied by pain or pruritus.
This skin condition is especially problematic for health care workers, who generally must choose either to expose their nonintact skin to bloodborne pathogens or to suffer worsening eczematous hand dermatitis from continued use of latex gloves.
breve species versus eczematous infants who have a higher frequency of adult-type B.
Figure 1: Atopic Dermatitis Therapeutics - Eczematous Skin 7
Eczematous skin disease and recall of past diagnoses: Implications for Smallpox Vaccination.
It is well known that HIV-infected patients have a higher incidence of dermatitis; (16) this may present as inflammatory or eczematous eruptions.
In atopic eczema this barrier is damaged, both in eczematous areas and in clinically unaffected skin.
Patients who scratch a lot can end up with a nonspecific rash that may be eczematous in nature.
Moreover, to test the specificity of our monoclonal antibody, skin biopsy specimens from patients with Mediterranean spotted fever (15 cases), acute eczematous dermatitis (2 cases), psoriasis (2 cases), and lichen planus (1 case) served as negative controls.