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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3) Clinically, our patient's lesional morphology also may appear similar to the eczematous plaques of nummular dermatitis, but spontaneous involution of the latter is less likely upon removal of the offending allergen.
Leishmaniasis was the third most common cutaneous disease diagnosed at the ALERT laboratory during the study period after squamous cell carcinoma and eczematous dermatitis and was the most common infectious disease observed overall, accounting for 25% of all cutaneous infectious diseases diagnosed in this series.
These patients, both with bullous pemphigoid, presented with excoriated and eczematous lesions, which were atypical manifestations.
Occasionally vesicles, purpura, targetoid, eczematous, or polycyclic lesions are seen.
Ten of the 23 patients who developed eczematous lesions had a history of atopy.
Patients who scratch a lot can end up with a nonspecific rash that may be eczematous in nature.
1-3) Clinically, MPD presents as an eczematous eruption on the nipple and/or areola, often accompanied by pain or pruritus.
These lesions are often confused with eczematous dermatitis.
A topic dermatitis (AD) is the most common inflammatory skin disease in the first few years of life, manifested by eczematous rashes, pruritus, xerotic skin, and a set of atopic and nonatopic comorbidities.
The discomfort from eczematous conditions can increase during a military deployment, with psychological stress.
On physical exam, she had a patch of gauze over her right orbit, significant soft tissue loss of the nose, and numerous diffuse pink/red eczematous plaques over her arms, trunk, legs, and face.