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3.51% of the posts that mention Herpetic Whitlow also mention Eczema (16 posts)

Eczema

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Eczema is a form of dermatitis, or inflammation of the epidermis (skin) (the outer layer of the skin). In England, an estimated 5.7 million or about one in every nine people have been diagnosed with the disease by a clinician at some point in their lives.The term eczema is broadly applied... Read more on Wikipedia

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Herpetic Whitlow

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herpetic whitlow is a lesion (whitlow) on a finger or thumb caused by the herpes simplex virus. It is a painful infection that typically affects the fingers or thumbs. Occasionally infection occurs on the toes or on the nail cuticle. Herpes whitlow can be caused by infection by HSV-1 or HSV... Read more on Wikipedia
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about every issue a nurse could have from bad back to eczema...
...but after 10 years I had about every issue a nurse could have from bad back to eczema flareups (from constant handwashing and glove irritation) to scabies and Herpetic whitlow (right where my glove...
dishydrotic eczema ,herpetic whitlow and fungal infections...
...You have noted the rash to be recurrent ...the fingers are dishydrosis, dishydrotic eczema ,herpetic whitlow and fungal infections .A contact ...ring is removed. An eczema and contact dermati...
or Dishydrotic Eczema. Don't freak out too much,...
This sounds typical to Pomphlylox or Dishydrotic Eczema. Don't freak out too much, Herpetic whitlow is not very common and would most likely make your glands get crazy swollen, too. Coming from...
as well as herpetic whitlow. Have you noted ay vesicles...
...be caused by dishydrosis or pompholyx as well as herpetic whitlow. Have you noted ay vesicles in the area? Dishydrotic eczema may start as vesicles or pompholyx in the hands...
be herpetic whitlow or pompholyx. Pompholyx is dishydrotic...
...on the fingers may be herpetic whitlow or pompholyx. Pompholyx is dishydrotic eczema . This may present as ...by a tough membrane . Herpetic whitlow may be a cluster of...
finger may be herpetic whitlow or a case of dishydrosis....
...on the finger may be herpetic whitlow or a case of dishydrosis. ...they are fleshy. Dishydrosis and herpetic whitlow present as vesicles . That ...may lead to dishydrotic eczema . This is per...
another differential will be a herpetic whitlow. Does this...
...dyshidrotic eczema or another differential will be a herpetic whitlow. Does this itch ? ...excoriations and cause the eczema . Uninvolved skin may ...As for the herpetic whitlow, it could be...
, herpetic whitlow, and dydhidrosis or dyshidrotic eczema...
...? The common wart , herpetic whitlow, and dydhidrosis or dyshidrotic eczema ...as well as the herpetic whitlow.The wart may be easiy ...colored and may appear solitary.Eczema may appear as s...
and during this time his eczema has flared up extremely...
...been properly diagnosed with Eczema but his pediatrician has ...and during this time his eczema has flared up extremely bad ...at first then a felon and herpetic whitlow. I feel they have mis...
the eye, fingers (herpetic whitlow), and torso or arms in...
...than the mouth and genitalia, including the eye, fingers (herpetic whitlow), and torso or arms in athletes such as wrestlers ...skin herpes in patients with eczema. Herpes can also infect the...
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