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Monday, 28 August 2006
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Skin Features of Atopic Dermatitis

  1. Atopic pleat (Dennie-Morgan fold): an extra fold of skin that develops under the eye

  2. Cheilitis: inflammation of the skin on and around the lips

  3. Hyperlinear palms: increased number of skin creases on the palms

  4. Hyperpigmented eyelids: eyelids that have become darker in color from inflammation or hay fever

  5. Ichthyosis: dry, rectangular scales on the skin

  6. Keratosis pilaris: small, rough bumps, generally on the face, upper arms, and thighs

  7. Lichenification: thick, leathery skin resulting from constant scratching and rubbing

  8. Papules: small raised bumps that may open when scratched and become crusty and infected

  9. Urticaria: hives (red, raised bumps) that may occur after exposure to an allergen, at the beginning of flares, or after  exercise or a hot bath

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 17 October 2006 )


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