Eczema and dermatitis, Biology

Eczema and Dermatitis:

Eczema and Dermatitis are a common problem  all over the world. Their incidence is 2-3  per cent of all medical problems seen  in practice (about 30 per cent of  all  the dermatosis). Defnitwn Dermatitis and eczema is non-contagious inflammation of  the skin, characterized by  erythema, scaling, oedema,  vesiculation and oozing. Dermatitis IiteraHy n~eaninflammation  of the skin and as such can include all  inflammations of  the skin assement.

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