Exfoliative dermatitis

What is Exfoliative dermatitis?

Rapidly extending erythema followed in a few days by generalized exfoliation with scaling of the skin and associated in some cases with lymphadenopathy or loss of water and electrolytes; may be a drug reaction or associated with various benign dermatoses, lupus erythematosus, or lymphoma, or be of undetermined cause.

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my husband is 31 years old and has ezcema he has been having this white flaky red irrated skin rash for almost 2 months . he has...

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It seems that your husband is having exfoliative dermatitis.

It is also known as erythroderma, characterised by erythematous, dry, scaly...

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I have recelty had an outbreak of dermititus. I wnet to the doctor and she gave me a topical steroid and I had a pretty severe allergic reaction to...

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I am dr.kakkar(dermatologist). I have gone through your...

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been on tegretol for epilepsy for 25years.for the last 15 have had profuse sweating on face with redness sometimes on no exertion,.aches and pains...

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