atopic dermatitis


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atopic dermatitis

[‚ā‚täp·ik ‚dər·mə′tīd·əs]
(medicine)
A chronic eruption of red patches accompanied by intense itching that usually begins in infancy but may continue into adult life; the disease has a genetic predisposition, but its expression is modified by environmental factors.
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This very-late-onset form of atopic dermatitis tends not to fade away over time.
The group's findings thus suggest that atopic dermatitis and asthma have overlapping susceptibility regions, and thus that these regions contain common genetic factors for many allergic diseases.
Next came a second cross-sectional study, this one involving KIGGS, a population-based nationwide German survey including 13,318 youths aged 3-17 years, of whom 1,952 had atopic dermatitis and 653 had ADHD.
Molecular analysis of Malassezia microflora on the skin of atopic dermatitis patients and healthy subjects.
Several sets of diagnostic criteria for atopic dermatitis have been proposed.
Of the 275 elementary, junior high and high schools that responded to the survey, 55% reported the number of students with atopic dermatitis is increasing.
Atopic dermatitis most often affects infants and young children, but it can continue into adulthood or first show up later in life.
Data from our first study of AN2728 in adolescents with atopic dermatitis are promising, with 35% of patients achieving an ISGA score of 'clear' or 'almost clear' with a minimum 2-grade improvement.
9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Summary Atopic dermatitis or atopic eczema is the most common type of eczema.
Latest results from GfK Disease Atlas , a real-world evidence program linking physician- and patient-reported treatment data, reveals major gaps in satisfaction levels for the treatment of atopic dermatitis.
In that trial, he studied 26 patients with atopic dermatitis who all had significant allergies.