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Figure 41.1
Schematic of the pathophysiology of atopic eczema.
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Figure 41.5
Atopic eczema: infantile phase.
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Figure 41.9
Atopic ’dirty neck’; reticulate pigmentation on the neck of a patient with longstanding atopic eczema.
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Figure 41.13
(a) Discoid eczema lesions in an atopic child. (b) Discoid lesions on the face. Saliva is a common irritant in young children. (c) Discoid lesion aggr...
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Figure 41.17
(a) Follicular lichenification on the surface. (b) Atopic hand eczema.
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Figure 41.21
The incidence of atopic respiratory symptoms in 1200 patients with atopic eczema. (From Rajka 1960–1 [ ]. Reproduced with permission from Medical Jou...
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Figure 41.25
Spectrum of trigger factors at different ages. (Adapted from Katayama et al . 2011 [ ]. Reproduced with permission from the Japanese Society of Alle...
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Figure 41.2
(a,b) Worldwide change in atopic eczema symptom prevalence between International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC) Phases 1 and 3. SE...
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Figure 41.6
(a) Dermatitis causing hypopigmentation. (b) Extensor dermatitis in an infant.
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Figure 41.10
Atopic eczema: erythema, papules, excoriations, crusting and secondary infection but, in this case, little lichenification.
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Figure 41.14
Atopic eczema of the fingers of a child.
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Figure 41.18
Kaposi varicelliform eruption: eczema herpeticum.
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Figure 41.22
(a) Lip‐lick cheilitis. (b) Lip‐lick dermatitis with mild impetiginization. (c) Lip‐lick dermatitis with hyperpigmentation.
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Figure 41.26
(a) Airborne facial eczema with lip‐lick cheilitis. (b) Airborne facial dermatitis with lip‐lick cheilitis. (c) Periorbital dermatitis in the older ch...
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Figure 41.3
Pathophysiology of atopic eczema (AE). LN, lymph node; TSLP, thymic stromal lymphopoietin.
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Figure 41.7
(a) Lichenification, crusting and excoriation in the popliteal fossae. (b) Postinflammatory pigmentation. (c) Flexural dermatitis causing hypopigmenta...
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Figure 41.11
Marked lichenification on the knees of an African child. The popliteal fossae were spared.
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Figure 41.15
Nail involvement in atopic eczema in childhood.
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Figure 41.19
Periorbital dermatitis with Dennie–Morgan fold.
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Figure 41.23
Trigger factors for atopic eczema.
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Figure 41.4
Filaggrin (FLG). A representation of the clinical features identified in FLG homozygote or compound hetrerozygote mutations (FLG –/–) versus heteroz...
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Figure 41.8
Flexural atopic eczema of the wrist in a child.
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Figure 41.12
Persistent lichenification in an extensor distribution.
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Figure 41.16
Adult flexural dermatitis.
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Figure 41.20
Atopic cataract.
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Figure 41.24
Atopic eczema treatment algorithm. TCI, topical calcineurin inhibitors; TCS, topical corticosteroids.