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What is Asteatotic eczema?

What is Asteatotic eczema?

  • Asteatotic eczema: Asteatotic eczema is a chronic skin condition that tends to occur in old age. It usually develops on the lower legs but can occur on other parts of the body as well. Symptoms tend to be worse in dry winter weather.

Asteatotic eczema: Introduction

Types of Asteatotic eczema:

Broader types of Asteatotic eczema:

How serious is Asteatotic eczema?

Prognosis of Asteatotic eczema: The condition usually responds well to treatment.
Complications of Asteatotic eczema: see complications of Asteatotic eczema

What causes Asteatotic eczema?

Causes of Asteatotic eczema: see causes of Asteatotic eczema

What are the symptoms of Asteatotic eczema?

Symptoms of Asteatotic eczema: see symptoms of Asteatotic eczema

Complications of Asteatotic eczema: see complications of Asteatotic eczema

Asteatotic eczema: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Asteatotic eczema.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Asteatotic eczema.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Asteatotic eczema: Dermatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Asteatotic eczema.
Treatments for Asteatotic eczema: see treatments for Asteatotic eczema
Research for Asteatotic eczema: see research for Asteatotic eczema

Name and Aliases of Asteatotic eczema

Main name of condition: Asteatotic eczema

Other names or spellings for Asteatotic eczema:

Eczema cracquele

 

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