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Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Eczema? Or Not? A word 'eczema' is usually used to name a skin condition. But not just one skin condition. Many. Any skin disorder characterized by dry, scaly skin, redness, and itching can commonly be classified as eczema. Not all 'eczemas' are the same. They seem to look identical, but their origin varies. Thus, their treatment will be different as well. How to identify what your eczema really is? A good dermatologist will use several tools to make a correct diagnosis. First of all, your doctor should ask you some questions. When did it start? How long has it been so red? Have you used any new detergents? Other chemicals? Are you allergic to anything? All these questions and maybe more will help your doctor to focus on possible reasons of your disorder. There is a major corner, we will spend more time outside difference between contact dermatitis and will be exposed to more potential and atopic dermatitis. And even more distinguished would be comparing your the doctor if you notice skin irritations eczema to psoriasis. Your answers in the initial medical history interview will allow diagnosis is made, the sooner you will the doctor to narrow options. Secondly, your doctor may decide to and prevent spreading of a disease. take a small sample of your skin through a biopsy. It is a very good tool especially if your condition is more severe. Many cases of severe 'eczema' turn out to be With spring and summer around the skin irritants. It really makes sense to see or outbreaks. The sooner the proper get rid of any uncomfortable symptoms Michael Bukhalo, MD Post scriptum Many of you might know, our clinic atopic dermatitis or psoriasis, and they require systemic treatment rather than a employs several professionals who were prescription for a cream or ointment. All'eczemas' itch and sometimes really and their families the best of luck and intensely. I have had patients who were we support brave people of Ukraine, sleep deprived due to constant itching. fighting for their land and freedom. If you Intense itching produces our reaction of wish to join us in our support and would scratching, and often causing bleeding like to make a donation, please, visit our of already ailing skin. The worst outcome Facebook page or our office directly. You of frequent scratching is a local infection can also call the office and our staff will that may require antibiotics. Then, we end provide you with the details of our efforts up treating an infection first and have to to help Ukrainians. postpone the actual skin treatment until the infection is gone. originally from Ukraine. We all wish them MB Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Eczema? Or Not? A word 'eczema' is usually used to name a skin condition. But not just one skin condition. Many. Any skin disorder characterized by dry, scaly skin, redness, and itching can commonly be classified as eczema. Not all 'eczemas' are the same. They seem to look identical, but their origin varies. Thus, their treatment will be different as well. How to identify what your eczema really is? A good dermatologist will use several tools to make a correct diagnosis. First of all, your doctor should ask you some questions. When did it start? How long has it been so red? Have you used any new detergents? Other chemicals? Are you allergic to anything? All these questions and maybe more will help your doctor to focus on possible reasons of your disorder. There is a major corner, we will spend more time outside difference between contact dermatitis and will be exposed to more potential and atopic dermatitis. And even more distinguished would be comparing your the doctor if you notice skin irritations eczema to psoriasis. Your answers in the initial medical history interview will allow diagnosis is made, the sooner you will the doctor to narrow options. Secondly, your doctor may decide to and prevent spreading of a disease. take a small sample of your skin through a biopsy. It is a very good tool especially if your condition is more severe. Many cases of severe 'eczema' turn out to be With spring and summer around the skin irritants. It really makes sense to see or outbreaks. The sooner the proper get rid of any uncomfortable symptoms Michael Bukhalo, MD Post scriptum Many of you might know, our clinic atopic dermatitis or psoriasis, and they require systemic treatment rather than a employs several professionals who were prescription for a cream or ointment. All'eczemas' itch and sometimes really and their families the best of luck and intensely. I have had patients who were we support brave people of Ukraine, sleep deprived due to constant itching. fighting for their land and freedom. If you Intense itching produces our reaction of wish to join us in our support and would scratching, and often causing bleeding like to make a donation, please, visit our of already ailing skin. The worst outcome Facebook page or our office directly. You of frequent scratching is a local infection can also call the office and our staff will that may require antibiotics. Then, we end provide you with the details of our efforts up treating an infection first and have to to help Ukrainians. postpone the actual skin treatment until the infection is gone. originally from Ukraine. We all wish them MB Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net