Eczema Herpeticum

Herpetic eczema or eczema herpeticum is atopic dermatitis with superimposed virus of herpes simplex of types I and II. It is a rather rare form of disease, but requires the most complex treatment. This type of eczema is caused by herpes simplex virus of 1 and 2 types, coxsackievirus A16 and vaccinia virus. This type of eczema ca occur in males and females, however most often the disease is indicated in infants and kids up to 10 years old who suffer from atopic dermatitis. The disease is life threatening in babies.
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Dyshidrotic Eczema

Dyshidrotic eczema is a condition of skin with wide areas hit with small itching blisters hitting the soles and palms. The condition is also known as dyshidrotic dermatitis, dyshidrosis or pompholyx. The blisters are called vesicles and may be filled with fluid. The most common location of the blister appearance are the edges of fingers, soles, toes and palms. The blisters last about three weeks after first occurrence and are normally followed with severe itching. If a patient will scratch the blisters they may burst and get worsened.
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Baby Eczema

baby eczemaBaby eczema is a skin condition developing in children commonly during the first five years of their lives. The disease develops commonly in one of five children on earth. But most often it is diagnosed during the first six months of life. The good news is that 78% of children outgrow baby eczema. This means that the disease does not perform any symptoms in adolescence and adult life. Up to 14% of children has baby eczema in adolescence. There is a very small chance (up to 8%) that the disease will last into adult life. Having baby eczema means that the kid’s skin barrier does not work properly and that a child is more prone to various infectious diseases and allergens as the triggers easily penetrate through skin barrier and cause an infection or another inflammatory disease.
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What is eczema?

Eczema is a term regarding a group of non-contagious skin diseases with common symptoms of skin irritation and inflammation. There are many variations of the disease such as hand eczema, nummular eczema, dyshidrotic eczema. etc. The most commonly diagnosed type of eczema is atopic dermatitis or atopic eczema with eczema herpeticum being its most common complication.
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Dermatitis (Eczema)

– A superficial inflammation of the skin with redness, edema, vesicles, crusting, scaling, and sometimes itching. Common types include atopic, contact, nummular, or seborrheic dermatitis, all of which may be acute or chronic in nature.
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