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Persistent itching causing black dots under skin surface with breaks, burning on bending itchy finger. Cause?

I have bad skin and after I have been persistently itching this skin I get small black dots, almost under the surface of my skin which are very very tiny. After itching, my skin also breaks turning into a small opening. I also find it painful and have a burning sensation when I try to bend my itchy finger . Is this just excema?
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
hi dear,ya it is a type of eczema, called as pompholyx. this is a very reccurent condition and keeps on coming, more so in winters. i would suggest u to apply oint clobetasol 0.05% in night and cover that finger. do this for 15 days u ll find relief. any further problem, u can contact me.
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