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Chronic Cumulative Irritant Contact Eczema


Dermatitis developing as a result of repeated exposure to chemical irritants, a variety of harmful physical factors such as friction, microtrauma, low humidity, heat, cold, solvents and degreasing agents such as soap and detergents. Clinical features range from a little dryness, redness or chapping to inflammatory erythema and infiltration with scaling. Vesicles, crusts or secondary tendency to lichenification may also occur.


Chronic Cumulative Irritant Contact Eczema, Iterative Traumatic Eczema, Toxic Degenerative Eczema, Chronic Irritant Dermatitis


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diagnosis: Chronic Cumulative Irritant Contact Eczema