In childhood group insect bite allergy was seen in 11 patients (25.58%), contact dermatitis in 8 patients (18.60%), atopic eczema in 3 patients (6.97%), seborrheic dermatitis in 5 patients (11.62%), hand and foot eczema in 5 patients (11.62%), sweat retention dermatitis in 3 patients (6.97%), photoallergic dermatitis in 2 patients (4.65%) and others (13.95%) including 2 cases of infective eczematoid
dermatitis and one case on each of nummular eczema, discoid eczema, eczematous polymorphic light eruptions and chronic eczema.
It is particularly effective with inflammation and irritation associated with many common forms of dermatitis, including certain eczematoid
ACD characteristically presents with eczematoid
plaques that are primarily in the area(s) of cutaneous contact with an allergen.
Vulvar Paget's disease affects elderly Caucasian women with a mean age of 65 years who over months develop a sharply demarcated pruritic or painful erythematous eczematoid
plaque most often located at the labia majora and more rarely labia minora, introitus, and vagina (Figure 15).
To the Editor: Dermatopathic lymphadenitis (DL) represents a rare benign lymphatic hyperplasia commonly associated with exfoliative or eczematoid
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).
One hundred patients who had clinical manifestations of the typical (papules, crusted nodules, plaques, or noduloulcerative lesions) and atypical (eczematoid
, lupoid, nodular, warty, or verrucous, multiinfection, erythematous, diffuse, and volcanic ulcer or mimicking of a malignant lesion) variants of cutaneous lesions formed the basis of this study.
In Pudukadan et al  study, the mean absolute eosinophil count was abnormal in most eruptions, with values more than 500 cells/mm3, except in cases of acneiform eruptions, urticaria/angioedema, and eczematoid
, lichenoid and fixed drug eruption patients.
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.
In these patients, many of whom are atopic, a chronic eczematoid
rash is accompanied by what he termed "fierce burning."