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Prurigo nodularis of Hyde

Prurigo nodularis of Hyde: Introduction

Prurigo nodularis of Hyde: A relatively uncommon skin disorder involving the development of firm itchy skin nodules. The nodules usually start on the arms and legs but can affect any part of the body in varying numbers. The exact cause is unknown but it is often associated with conditions such as atopic dermatitis, linear IgA disease, liver failure, kidney failure, internal malignancies and Becker's nevus. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Prurigo nodularis of Hyde is available below.

Symptoms of Prurigo nodularis of Hyde

Treatments for Prurigo nodularis of Hyde

  • Steroids, antibiotics if needed, measures to reduce scratching, topical moisturizers, tar preparations
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Prurigo nodularis of Hyde: Complications

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Causes of Prurigo nodularis of Hyde

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Misdiagnosis and Prurigo nodularis of Hyde

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Prognosis for Prurigo nodularis of Hyde

Prognosis for Prurigo nodularis of Hyde: spontaneous regression and relapses are common despite treatment

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  1. Prurigo nodularis of Hyde: Introduction
  2. Symptoms
  3. Causes
  4. Treatments
  5. Misdiagnosis
  6. Complications
  7. Prognosis

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