DefinitionThis section has been translated automatically.
So-called Alterserythrodermie. Erythrodermy of unclear genesis with cachexia, pigmentation, swelling of lymph nodes, hair loss and nail growth disorders. The independence of this clinical picture is increasingly doubtful, as this clinical picture is usually associated with different clinical pictures, such as lymphoma, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma and erythroderma.
TherapyThis section has been translated automatically.
Treatment of an underlying disease, otherwise symptomatic.
External therapyThis section has been translated automatically.
Greasing, nourishing and hydrating external agents (Ungt. emulsif. aq., 5% urea cream R102, linola fat, eucerin cum aq.), additional oil baths such as Balneum Hermal Plus, oil bath Cordes, linola fat oil bath. Good effects can be achieved by phototherapy as UV-B monotherapy or PUVA therapy. S.a.u. Erythrodermie.
Internal therapyThis section has been translated automatically.
Incoming links (3)Desquamative erythrodermia; Sulfadiazine silver; Urea cream hydrophilic 5 or 10% (nrf 11.71.);
Outgoing links (11)Antihistamines, systemic; Cutaneous t-cell lymphomas (overview); Desloratadine; Effluvium; Erythroderma; Glucocorticosteroids systemic; Hydroxycin; Lymphadenopathy, dermatopathic; Prednisolone; Puva therapy; ... Show all
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