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About Medscape Privacy Policy Cookies Terms of Use Advertising Policy Help Center Develops on any area of the body the person can scratch or rub. Most commonly appears on the lower legs, ankles, back and sides of the neck, wrists, forearms, and genitals.
Care Everything For Diffey BL ^ Jump up to: a b c d e f Lynch, Peter J. (2004-01-01). “Lichen simplex chronicus (atopic/neurodermatitis) of the anogenital region”. Dermatologic Therapy. 17 (1): 8–19. ISSN 1396-0296. PMID 14756886.
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The patient may appear anxious and may talk with pressured speech. There may be little insight into the cause of the eruption. The lichenified plaque always occurs within reach of scratching fingers.
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Bonnekoh B Lichen simplex chronicus (‘circumscribed neurodermatitis’) is an idiopathic disorder in which scaly, thickened plaques develop in response to persistent rubbing of pruritic sites. There is a predilection for the nape of the neck, the ulnar border of the forearms, the wrists, the pretibial region, the dorsa of the feet, and the perianal and genital region. Atopic individuals are more prone than others to develop lichen simplex chronicus.
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Topical tacrolimus (FK506) leads to profound phenotypic and functional alterations of epidermal antigen-presenting dendritic cells in atopic dermatitis.
Browse full issue index Email/Username: The term ‘prurigo nodularis’ (see p. 670) is used for lesions with a nodular clinical appearance and prominent epidermal hyperplasia of pseudoepitheliomatous rather than psoriasiform type. At times, lesions with overlapping clinical and histopathological features of both lichen simplex chronicus and prurigo nodularis are found. Prurigo nodularis is one condition in which the histological picture often lags behind the clinical appearance. The author has seen numerous cases, regarded by experienced dermatologists as prurigo nodularis, in which the histological picture was that of lichen simplex chronicus.
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Avoiding specific foods as appropriate if there is concomitant food allergy 2-5 40(26.8%) 40(16.3%) Unlike eczema, psoriasis and other itchy skin conditions, people tend to develop just 1 or 2 patches that itch.
Van Perry, MD Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Dermatology, University of Texas School of Medicine at San Antonio
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Prophylactic medical examination should be applied to all patients with the clinical forms of the disease. During the professional orientation of patients a contraindication of professions related to prolonged and excessive emotional stress, exposure to inhalants (perfumes, pharmaceutical, chemical, confectionery manufacturing), mechanical and chemical stimuli (textile, fur companies, hairdressing), strong physical influences (noise, cooling) should be considered.
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