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What is Temperature-related eczema?

What is Temperature-related eczema?

  • Temperature-related eczema: Temperature-related eczema is chronic skin inflammation and irritation which is triggered by changes in temperature, excessive heat, excessive cold or humidity extremes. The severity and extent of the skin involved is variable. Excessive temperatures may trigger a flare up or may exacerbate existing eczema.

Temperature-related eczema: Introduction

Types of Temperature-related eczema:

Broader types of Temperature-related eczema:

How serious is Temperature-related eczema?

Complications of Temperature-related eczema: see complications of Temperature-related eczema

What causes Temperature-related eczema?

Causes of Temperature-related eczema: see causes of Temperature-related eczema

What are the symptoms of Temperature-related eczema?

Symptoms of Temperature-related eczema: see symptoms of Temperature-related eczema

Complications of Temperature-related eczema: see complications of Temperature-related eczema

Temperature-related eczema: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Temperature-related eczema.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Temperature-related eczema.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Temperature-related eczema: Dermatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Temperature-related eczema.
Treatments for Temperature-related eczema: see treatments for Temperature-related eczema

Name and Aliases of Temperature-related eczema

Main name of condition: Temperature-related eczema

Other names or spellings for Temperature-related eczema:

Temperature-related dermatitis

 

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