seborrhoea

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Related to seborrhoeic: Seborrhoeic dermatitis, Seborrhoeic keratosis, seborrhoeic wart

seb·or·rhoe·a

 (sĕb′ə-rē′ə)
n. Chiefly British
Variant of seborrhea.

seb′or·rhoe′ic adj.

seborrhoea

(ˌsɛbəˈrɪə) or

seborrhea

n
(Pathology) any disease of the skin characterized by excessive secretion of sebum by the sebaceous glands and its accumulation on the skin surface
ˌseborˈrhoeal, ˌseborˈrhoeic ˌseborˈrheal, ˌseborˈrheic adj
Translations

seborrhoea

[ˌsebəˈrɪə] Nseborrea f

seborrhoea

, (US) seborrhea
nSeborrhö(e) f
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Less specific, but not uncommon skin manifestations include poikiloderma, seborrhoeic dermatitis/psoriasiform changes of the scalp and diffuse erythroderma.
It could be: Seborrhoeic dermatitis, a kind of eczema which can affect any part of the body where grease glands are active including the forehead, sides of the nose, the middle of the back and the pubic area.
TM] range, which consists of five new products to address symptoms of common skin conditions including acne, rosacea, atopic and hand eczema, seborrhoeic dermatitis and ageing and thinning skin.
Dermadexin SD Cream has been tested in two placebo-controlled, multicenter clinical trials (436 patients) where it displayed a marked and statistically significant effect on the symptoms of facial seborrhoeic dermatitis with a fast onset of action and an increasing effect over time.
Other conditions such as seborrhoeic dermatitis, psoriasis and eczema can also cause the problem but these will affect other parts of the body too.
Concurrent opportunistic infections and comorbidities in patients with cryptococcal meningitis (N=57) Opportunistic infections n % Pulmonary tuberculosis 32 56 Oropharyngeal candidiasis 57 100 Seborrhoeic dermatitis 12 21 Oral hairy leukoplakia 8 14 Tuberculous meningitis 10 23
Most of us are familiar with the concept of blepharitis, and the typical associations with staphylococcal infection and seborrhoeic dermatitis.
Dementia Lewy body dementia occurs Hallucinations, in ~ 30 per cent of delusions patients, more common in Anxiety, panic over-70s attacks Impulsive behaviours Slowed thought processes Sleep Insomnia Sudden sleep attacks in day Day-time sleepiness time make driving, etc, Restless legs dangerous Autonomic Orthostatic Dermatitis due to hypertension hypersecretion androgens Constipation [right arrow] oily skin Diaphoresis with dermatitis along Urinary incontinence hairlines (including or retention eyebrows, beards) and in Seborrhoeic facial creases dermatitis Sensory Loss of smell Loss of taste Pain Paraesthesisas
This area is also prone to a type of warty lesion called seborrhoeic keratosis - it's non-cancerous but ugly.
Differential diagnosis would include seborrhoeic dermatitis, atopic eczema or an infestation.