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  1. This picture shows a manifestation of atopic dermatitis on the palm. Individuals with atopic dermatitis characteristically have increased numbers and depth of skin lines (hyperlinearity) on the palms with little ...
  2. People with atopic dermatitis frequently have hyperlinearity, which is a thickening of the skin on the palms and soles with an increase ...
  3. ... by poor circulation, even stress. An example of atopic dermatitis is eczema, an itchy rash that produces redness, blisters and scaling. AVOID SCRATCHING. Scratching the rash may ...
  4. Eczema
  5. This person has inherited allergic skin inflammation (atopic dermatitis) on the arms. Red (erythematous), scaly plaques can be seen on the inside of the elbows (antecubital fossa). In adults, atopic dermatitis usually ...
  6. ... are caused by an inherited allergic condition called atopic dermatitis. Many of these areas have been scratched until ... infection triggering and perpetuating the problem. In adults, atopic dermatitis frequently involves the body creases, such as inside ...
  7. Atopic dermatitis is quite often seen on the cheeks of infants. It consists of red, scaling plaques that ...
  8. ... scaly patches called plaques that are characteristic of atopic dermatitis.
  9. Images ... Lupus erythematosus often produces what is often called a butterfly rash or malar rash, seen here on a young girl's face. This ...
  10. ... to be inherited and may be associated with atopic dermatitis.
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