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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

adjective Referring to eczema, see there.

ec·ze·ma·tous

(ek-sem'ă-tŭs)
Marked by or resembling eczema.
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A literature review shows that many compounds can produce combined eczematous and urticarial reactions with allergic and non-allergic mechanisms.
Both lesions were diagnosed as eczematous lentiginous nevus with Meyerson phenomenon (Meyerson nevus).
The striking clinical features in patients with AD-like GVHD included eczematous dermatitis, dry skin, pronounced itching and perifollicular accentuation, and the features of LP-like GVHD patients included erythematous/violaceous flat-topped papules or plaques with or without surface reticulations or a silvery or shiny appearance [Figure 1]a and [Figure 1]b.
Consistent with previous reports, various dermatological findings including non-specific maculopapular rash, diaper dermatitis, eczematous skin lesions, molluscum contagiosum lesions, vesicular eruption, persistent monoliasis and scrabies were encountered in 54.5% of our study patients (Table 2).
Clinicopathological investigations of DRESS have suggested that an association between two or more of four patterns-- eczematous alterations, interface dermatitis, acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis- (AGEP-) like pattern, and EM-like pattern--in a single biopsy specimen may lead to the diagnosis and suggest the risk of severe cutaneous manifestations.
Rao et al., "Evaluation of efficacy, safety, and tolerability of fixed dose combination (FDC) of halometasone 0.05% and fusidic acid 2% w/w topical cream versus FDC of betamethasone valerate 0.12% and neomycin sulphate 0.5% w/w topical cream in the treatment of infected eczematous dermatosis in Indian subjects: A randomized open-label comparative phase III multi-centric trial," Indian Journal of Dermatology, vol.
In this case report, we describe an unusual eczematous rash in an elderly patient on long-term pravastatin therapy that appeared several months after a dose increase.
Skin exam showed mild eczematous changes on the flexural surfaces of bilateral upper and lower extremities.
The clinical picture is dominated by pruritus torturing and aggravating symptom of the eczematous cutaneous lesions which are inductors of significant morbidity with a psychological and social important impact, by repeated hospitalizations or absenteeism (scholar or sick leave).
First case of our series had presented with atypical morphology resembling eczematous disorder.
Below are the most commonly seen rashes encountered in the elderly in the outpatient setting, beginning with eczematous dermatoses, followed by immune-mediated and inflammatory dermatoses, and concluding with infectious rashes.
As dermatologists and general practitioners, we have been seeing a higher than usual number of new patients with scalp and facial warts, fungal infections and eczematous rashes recently.