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How can dermatitis be treated?

Hello i have skin problems , bad itch and burning ,a little ousing,I was told it was Dermatitis ,but another DR told me basel cell carcinoma, i Do NOT know What to Do ,I had a bonemarrow transplant Seven years ago,and have ben on diffrent meds since,one off them is tacrolimus,withs are lovered lately and my skin problem is bad again. Thank you
Mon, 27 Feb 2017
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yes. it could be basal cell carcinoma as you were on immuno suppressant drugs.
consult your transplant doctor regarding the same and for detailed evaluation.
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How can dermatitis be treated?

yes. it could be basal cell carcinoma as you were on immuno suppressant drugs. consult your transplant doctor regarding the same and for detailed evaluation.