lichenoid eczema

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li·chen·oid ec·ze·ma

thickening of skin with accentuated skin lines in eczema.
Synonym(s): chronic eczema

li·chen·oid ec·ze·ma

(līkĕn-oyd eksĕ-mă)
Thickening of skin with accentuated skin lines in eczema. Also called chronic eczema.

lichenoid eczema

Eczema with thickening of the skin.
See also: eczema
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[5] In Dhar et al study acute eczema was most prevalent and was found in 42% patients followed by subacute in 41% and chronic eczema in 17%.
Sandra, of Twickenham, Middlesex, noticed a swelling on her hands in the summer of 1997, followed by chronic eczema.
Topical corticosteroids are the treatment of choice for the ill-defined, flaming red rash and thickened hyper and hypopigmented skin that characterize this chronic eczema of the vulva, although a biopsy may be helpful if the condition persists, said Dr.
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[7] Chronic eczema is scalier with thickening and pigmentation with less vesicular eruptions.
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After beating anorexia in her late teens, wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan spent her 20s battling alopecia and allergies, including chronic eczema. The 46-year-old mum of one, who lives in Cape Town with partner Nick, believes Chinese medicine finally helped cure her.
Another infant died from malnutrition and septic shock after being treated with homeopathic medicines and unspecified "dietary restriction" for chronic eczema. Presumably, this infant was also given a nutritionally inadequate diet, something that a properly trained CAM practitioner would not do.
Another death involved a 10-month-old infant who had septic shock following treatment with homeopathic medicines and dietary restriction for chronic eczema.

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