Results for "atopic dermatitis"

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Tacrolimus Dermatology
...Risk of Lymphoma Following Exposure to Calcineurin Inhibitors and Topical Steroids in Patients with Atopic Dermatitis. J Invest Dermatol (epub)Bohm M (2003) Successful treatment of anogenital lichen sclerosus with top...
Seborrheic dermatitis of the infant L21.9 Dermatology
...anifestation Mostly manifested in the first 3 months of life. This results in a clear difference to atopic dermatitis of the infant, which only becomes manifest after the 3rd month of life. Localization Predilection s...
Bronchial asthma and comorbidities J45.9 Internal medicine
...sensitive (Kim KM et al. 2011; Yoo S et al. 2011; Ciprandi G et al. 2009). For bronchial asthma and atopic dermatitis, this association has been demonstrated in North American and Asian countries, but not in Europe (Z...
Scrotal pruritus L29.1 Allergology
...cal diseases with itchingAllergic contact dermatitisToxic contact dermatitis (excessive cleanliness)Atopic dermatitis (also as localized minus variant)Lichen planusIntertrigoPsoriasis (intertriginous psoriasis, also o...
Quality of life Internal medicine
...√ľbingen Questionnaire for Measuring the QoL of CVI Patients (Klyscz, 1998)Quality of Life Index for Atopic Dermatitis (QoLIAD) (Whalley et al., 2004).Children:Children Dermatology Life Quality Index (Lewis-Jones, 1995...
Malassezia Dermatology
...causative. Malassezia may play a pathogenic role in other dermatoses as e.g. seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis and psoriasis. There is no indication that the organisms invade the skin. Pathogen Mlassezia occurs...
Seborrheic dermatitis of adults L21.9 Dermatology
...is with oral terbinafine? Lancet 358: 170Moises-Alfaro CB et al (2002) Are infantile seborrheic and atopic dermatitis clinical variants of the same disease? Int J Dermatol 41: 349-351Moraes AP de et al (2007) An open-...
Leiner's disease L21.12 Dermatology
...is defined as a heterogeneous group of disorders encompassing a spectrum of erythroderma (including atopic dermatitis or seborrheic dermatitis in childhood, ichthyosiform erythroderma (242100), Netherton syndrome (256...
Atopic eczema Allergology
Atopic eczema Go to atopic dermatitis
Atopic eczema Dermatology
Atopic eczema Go to atopic dermatitis
Head neck shoulder dermatitis Dermatology
Head neck shoulder dermatitis Go to Atopic dermatitis
Nummular dermatitis L30.0 Dermatology
...r, usually polyetiological. Various causes are discussed, in particular:Superimposed contact allergyAtopic dermatitis (intrinsic form of atopic dermatitis) Psoriatic diathesisChronic microbial colonization of the skin...
Allergy (overview) A1.0 Dermatology
...t also percutaneously through the skin. This mechanism plays a role in the seasonal exacerbation of atopic dermatitis (especially in exposed skin areas). Remarkably, type I sensitizations in children are associated wi...
Dupixent Dermatology
Dupixent Definition First-line systemic therapy for the long-term treatment of atopic dermatitis - see dupilumab.Approved for children with severe atopic dermatitis 6-11 years of age, approval on...
Moahlfa index Allergology
...on to age and sex, the index also includes other criteria: M (men), O (occupational dermatitis), A (atopic dermatitis), H (hand dermatitis), L (leg dermatitis), F (face dermatitis) and A (age > 40). The MOAHLFA ind...
Hemp seed oil Dermatology
..., antibacterial efficiency of the oil was not proven in reviewing studies (Mikulcov√° V et al. 2017).Atopic dermatitis: The effects of hemp seed oil on atopic dermatitis are controversial (Bath-Hextall FJ et al. 2012)....
Nemolizumab Dermatology
...argets the IL-31 receptor alpha, which blocks the signal transduction of IL-31 . Spectrum of action Atopic Dermatitis: Chugai Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (TOKYO: 4519) recently announced that long-term data from a Phase...
Hyper-ige syndrome D82.4 Dermatology
...iosynostosis, bronchiectasis, finger contractures, elbow contractures, impacted teeth, high palate, atopic dermatitis; diarrhea, speech disorders). Occurrence/Epidemiology Rare; about 300 cases have been described in...
Januskinase-Inhibitors Internal medicine
...k the JAK1 kinase. Upadacitinib has been approved for rheumatoid arthritis since 03 2021. Approval: Atopic dermatitis with failure of local steroid therapy, which can continue to be used paralell as needed (from the 1...
Immundeficiency 23 D84.9 Internal medicine
...aracterized by recurrent bacterial and viral infections, recurrent respiratory and skin infections, atopic dermatitis, atopic diathesis, and marked elevation of serum IgE. Early neurological impairments such as develo...
Atopy patch test Allergology
...h test with aeroallergens and food. dermatologist 56: 1133-1140Gebhardt M (1992) Aeroallergenic and atopic dermatitis. Z Skinkr 67: 682-685Ingordo V et al (2003) Adult-onset atopic dermatitis in a patch test populatio...
Atopy patch test Dermatology
...h test with aeroallergens and food. dermatologist 56: 1133-1140Gebhardt M (1992) Aeroallergenic and atopic dermatitis. Z Skinkr 67: 682-685Ingordo V et al (2003) Adult-onset atopic dermatitis in a patch test populatio...
Dalys Dermatology
...l information For dermatological diseases the following frequencies of DALYs were found:Dermatitis (atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, seborrhoeic dermatitis): 0,38Acne vulgaris: 0,29%psoriasis vulgaris: 0,19%.Urt...
Dermatosis L98.8; L98.9 Dermatology
...or dermatological diseases, the following frequencies of DALYs resulted from these data:Dermatitis (atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, seborrhoeic dermatitis): 0.38%Acne vulgaris: 0,29%psoriasis vulgaris: 0,19%.Ur...
Skabies B86 Dermatology