" ...had impetigo before. I was ...I didn't get. I was born with atopic eczema, and luckil... "
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Atopic dermatitis (AD, a type of eczema) is an inflammation, chronically relapsing, non-contagious and pruritis skin disorder. I...Read on Wikipedia
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Atopic Dermatitis & Impetigo
0.56% of the posts that mention Atopic Dermatitis also mention Impetigo (44 posts)
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" ...(impetigo) on her cute little cheeks & we tried a couple different prescriptions before we got her cleared up THEN bam(!) her cheeks flare up again all red & crusty.. today I decided to go no dairy... "
" ...Mike. When people get \"impetigo \" over and over again, it may be something else entirely, such as atopic dermatitis (eczema ) or even ...the diagnosis. While in theory impetigo can recur, it... "
" ...with eczema treatment and her face with Impetigo treatment. You can read more about Impetigo here... Impetigo - NHS Choices Having looked ...or less convinced that Impetigo might be th... "
" ...greatly from severe atopic eczema,we've had the usual ...to manage,he had two severe flares in two weeks and got impetigo.his dermotologist basically told ...hes starting another infection.I ... "
" ...the knees and inside elbows. these syptoms most commonly occur in which condition- impetigo atopic eczema contact dermatitis ringworm... "
" ...a tinea corporis or versicolor, a topic dermatitis, psoriasis,impetigo or herpes or candidiasis. You ...but you may require topical corticosteroid(clobetasol or beclomethasone) with antifungal c... "
" ...the extensor surface of the limbs. What is the most likely diagnosis? A. Atopic Dermatitis B. Impetigo C. SSS D. TEN E. Incthyosis Vulgaris F. Psoriasis G. Irritant Contact Dermatits... "
" ...history is significant for atopic dermatitis diagnosed 1 week ago ...patient? A. Varicella B. Impetigo contagiosa C. Contact dermatitis D. Atopic dermatitis exacerbation E.... "
" ...the patient appears to have periorbital edema and mild pedal edema. He also suffers from asthma and atopic dermatitis and was recently treated for impetigo. Which of the following is... "
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