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What is Eczema?

Description of the disease

Eczema is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that manifests as itching, redness, scaling, and inflammation. It can occur at any age and have various causes.


  • Atopic eczema
  • Contact eczema
  • Simple (or true) eczema
  • Microbial eczema


Symptoms of eczema include itching, redness, scaling, blisters, dry skin, and inflammation.


The causes of eczema can be genetic, immunological, environmental, allergic reactions, stress, etc.


Diagnosis is carried out by a dermatologist based on examination, medical history, allergy tests, and other methods.


Treatment of eczema includes the use of topical preparations, adherence to a hypoallergenic diet, skin care, physiotherapy, and other methods.


To prevent eczema, it is recommended to avoid contact with allergens, maintain skin hygiene, strengthen the immune system, and prevent stress.


A dermatologist is involved in the diagnosis and treatment of eczema.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.