lichen simplex chronicus


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Related to lichen simplex chronicus: lichen planus, neurodermatitis, Lichen sclerosus
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lichen simplex chronicus

n liquen simple crónico
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9%) patients had other diseases among whom, pre-existing itchy skin diseases like photodermatoses, chronic folliculitis, subacute eczema, lichen simplex chronicus, seborrhoeic dermatitis and recurrent pyoderma were present in 10 (26.
Some say it's an epithelial elimination disorder, or a variant of lichen simplex chronicus.
Lichen simplex chronicus was the most common psychodermatological disorder observed and leg and occipital regions were the most common affected sites.
The differential diagnosis for PN includes dermatitis herpetiformis, scabies, lichen simplex chronicus, hypertrophic lichen planus, perforating disorders, atopic dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, neurotic excoriations, and multiple keratoacanthomas.
In the US Zonalon is indicated for the short-term (up to eight days) management of moderate pruritus in adult patients with atopic dermatitis or lichen simplex chronicus.
In the second category we find chronic dermatological diseases, such as: psoriasis, acne excoriee, alopecia, atopic dermatitis, chronic forms of urticaria, endogenous eczema, prurigo nodularis, Darier's disease, lichen simplex chronicus, recidivant herpes simplex infection etc.
In the seventh decade contact de matitis was the commonest disease followed by lichen simplex chronicus and light eruptions.
Lichen simplex chronicus (formerly called squamous hyperplasia or hyperplastic dystrophy, and also known as eczema, neurodermatitis, or localized atopic dermatitis) occurs when irritation from any cause produces itching in a predisposed person.
Lichen simplex chronicus of the scrotal skin is also frequently encountered in clinical practice.
Patients will complain of pruritus, but they will avoid scratching because it is too painful, In contrast, vulvar lichen simplex chronicus results in an itch that is pleasurable to scratch.