seborrhoeic dermatitis


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seborrhoeic dermatitis

Severe dandruff. Local inflammation of the skin, with redness, scales, crusting yellowish patches and itching. It affects mainly the scalp, eyebrows, beard area and groins.

dermatitis

inflammation of dermis or skin (see eczema)
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Identification of Malassezia species in the facial lesions of Chinese seborrhoeic dermatitis patients based on DNA sequencing.
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In the group of eczema (18%) atopic dermatitis was the most frequent (6%) followed by seborrhoeic dermatitis (5%) and contact dermatitis (4.
Differential diagnosis may include irritant nappy rash, Candida or seborrhoeic dermatitis.
THIS sounds like what we call seborrhoeic dermatitis, where the scalp and sometimes the skin on the face, particularly the fore head, eyebrows and folds of skin around the nose become irritated.
MOST LIKELY: ECZEMA "Longstanding chronic skin conditions that trigger itchiness include eczema, psoriasis and seborrhoeic dermatitis, and these account for around 80 per cent of cases," explained Dr Perry.
18 patients (6%) had stasis eczema and seborrhoeic dermatitis.
Differential diagnosis of atopic dermatitis * Seborrhoeic dermatitis * Discoid (nummular) dermatitis * Irritant contact dermatitis (especially of the hands) * Allergic contact dermatitis and airborne contact dermatitis * Photo-allergic and photo-irritant dermatitis * 'HIV dermatitis' * Drug-induced dermatitis * Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma * Psoriasis, especially the erythrodermic type * Scabies * Insect bites * Filariasis Table 3.
Certain dermatological conditions, such as seborrhoeic dermatitis, rosacea and eczema carry an increased risk of anterior lid margin disease.
are seborrhoeic dermatitis, pityrosporum folliculitis, dacryocystitis, confluent and reticulate papillomatosis, sebopsoriasis, onychomycosis and fungaemia.
The child had a resolving intertrigo (groin and axillae) and a yellow-brown scaly scalp consistent with seborrhoeic dermatitis.