seborrheic dermatitis


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seborrheic dermatitis

[‚seb·ə′rē·ik ‚dər·mə′tīd·əs]
(medicine)
An acute inflammation of the skin, occurring usually on oily skin; characterized by scales, crusting yellowish patches, and itching.
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Asteatotic eczema was commonest (20%) followed by seborrheic dermatitis (15%), hand dermatitis, and nummular eczema in this study.
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In this cross sectional study, samples were taken from scalp of 65 patients with dandruff (19 patients and seborrheic dermatitis (46 patients).
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It is probably seborrheic dermatitis or a more inflammatory scalp condition, such as psoriasis.
Patients with seborrhea may later develop seborrheic dermatitis.
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We report a case of middle-aged female showing chronic lichenoid plaques in a characteristic linear and reticulate fashion over buttocks and thighs with minimal pruritus, resistant to conventional treatment, and associated seborrheic dermatitis like eruption on face.