Synonyms for neurodermatitis or Related words with neurodermatitis

herpeticum              chilblains              cellulites              maculopapular              leucoderma              papulosquamous              hidradentitis              vitaligo              eczemas              angiodema              intertrigo              postular              excema              exanthematous              neurodermitis              atopical              vulvovaginitis              impetigo              brachioradial              xerotic              acrodermatitis              tuberculid              leukoderma              chloracne              lymphangitis              faciale              pruriginous              furuncle              acneiform              pernio              nummular              parapsoriasis              hordeola              erythroderma              balanitis              multiformeerythema              morphoea              carbuncles              photocontact              lepra              pustulosis              urticarial              rashes              asteototic              fulminans              aphthae              diabeticorum              annulare              dermopathies              styes             

Examples of "neurodermatitis"
Nutritional deficiency eczema is a pattern of eczema with localized, thickened, scaling patches that have some characteristics of nummular eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, and neurodermatitis that may be seen in alcoholics.
The juice can be used in skin crèmes due to its high polyphenol, vitamin and protein content. Hemp salt unfolds its soothing effect on neurodermatitis as a bath additive.
Zuberbier’s clinical research focuses on urticaria, neurodermatitis, respiratory and food allergies and allergic rhinitis. He is assistant editor of the Journal of the German Dermatologic Society and a member of the scientific advisory board of the Allergo Journal.
Atopic dermatitis affects about 20% of people at some point in their lives. It is more common in younger children. Males and females are equally affected. Many people outgrow the condition. Atopic dermatitis is sometimes called eczema, a term that also refers to a larger group of skin conditions. Other names include "infantile eczema", "flexural eczema", "prurigo Besnier", "allergic eczema", and "neurodermatitis".
Tetzlaff suffers from neurodermatitis in his left hand, which can cause extreme pain when the hand's fingers are applied to the strings of a violin. Over the years he has managed the condition in a variety of ways, including by using cotton thimbles to cover his fingers, and more recently by increasing his blood circulation by exercising before performances.
Linola can specially help against neurodermatitis. Linola is being produced in Australia, Canada, the U.K. and in the U.S. states of Washington and Idaho. Linola substitutes for flax in cropping rotations; it is claimed to have lower production costs than canola, but brings prices comparable to canola or other edible oils. Linola is Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) by the Food and Drug Administration.
Lichen simplex chronicus (LSC) (also known as "Neurodermatitis") is a skin disorder characterized by chronic itching and scratching. The constant scratching causes thick, leathery, brownish skin. This condition is more common between ages 30 and 50 and is seen more in women than in men.
Nummular dermatitis (also known as "discoid dermatitis," "discoid eczema," "microbial eczema," "nummular eczema," and "nummular neurodermatitis") is one of the many forms of dermatitis. it is characterized by round or oval-shaped itchy lesions. The name comes from the Latin word "nummus," which means "coin."
Grenz rays are indicated for treatment of eczema, psoriasis, palmoplantar pustulosis, neurodermatitis, pruritus ani and pruritus vulvae. They have been reported to be helpful for lichen planus, Grover's disease, Darier's disease, Hailey–Hailey disease and histiocytosis X. Grenz rays have also been used for treatment of actinic keratosis and Bowen's disease.
Prurigo nodularis (PN) is a skin disease characterised by pruritic (itchy) nodules which usually appear on the arms or legs. Patients often present with multiple excoriated lesions caused by scratching. PN is also known as Hyde prurigo nodularis, "Picker's nodules", atypical nodular form of neurodermatitis circumscripta, lichen corneus obtusus.
In October 2009 he lodged the only successful contend complaint in the tenth term of the Rundfunkrat of the WDR Broadcasting against a film of the journalist Klaus Martens. The Film "Heilung unerwünscht" (undesirable healing) was about a neurodermatitis ointment . In May 2010, the interim eleventh Rundfunkrat ) of the WDR declared the film violated the journalistic fairness through a highly simplified and one-sided representation thus held stocks complaint. Consequently, the Principles for Investigative Reporting for all groups of WDR program were revised
In herbal medicine, borage seed oil has been used for skin disorders such as eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, and neurodermatitis; it has also been used for rheumatoid arthritis, stress, premenstrual syndrome, diabetes, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), alcoholism, pain and swelling (inflammation), and for preventing heart disease and stroke. There is insufficient scientific evidence to determine the effectiveness of borage for a majority of these uses.
During the Perón years, Martínez Estrada suffered from an extremely disabling form of neurodermatitis, quite possibly psychosomatic. After the fall of Perón, his health regained, but still feeling himself a bit of a voice crying in the desert, he embarked on a series of writings he called his "catilinarias" (after Cicero's Catiline Orations), a series of acerbic writings directed at the Argentine elite, both in government and among the intellectuals, predicting that Argentina faced a century of "Pre-Peronism, Peronism, and Post-Peronism." During this time, he returned briefly to the Colegio Nacional, then was appointed as an Extraordinary Professor at the Universidad Nacional del Sur, in Bahía Blanca.
Since many other skin disorders can be characterized by abnormal papules or nodules, a dermatologist will determine if a patient has Kyrle disease by the depth of penetrating keratotic plugs, localized distribution of the plugs, size of plugs, and the age of onset. A physician will also have to test for disorders, such as, diabetes, hepatic, and renal disease to help bolster the diagnosis of Kyrle disease. Other underlying diseases that Kyrle disease is observed with are tuberculosis, pulmonary aspergillosis, scabies, atopic dermatitis, AIDS, neurodermatitis, and endocrinological disorders.