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Stages of Eczematous Inflammation
This lecture presents detailed information on Eczema and Hand Dermatitis. Section one is primarily focused on the explanation of Eczema. The educator starts off with the elucidation of Eczema Vs Dermatitis and highlights the Classification of Eczema. To further elaborate on the topic, the educator clarifies the concept of Acute Eczematous Inflammation, Sub-Acute Eczematous Inflammation and Chronic Eczematous Inflammation.
In section two, the topic of Hand Eczema is discussed. The educator thoroughly explains all aspects of Hand Eczema including its various classifications, epidemiology, predictive factors, prevention, treatment, etc. and then shifts the topic of discussion towards its Location and DDx. Moving forward, the educator demonstrates different types of hand eczema such as Irritant Contact Dermatitis, Allergic Contact Dermatitis, Hyperkeratotic Eczema, Recurrent Palmar Peeling; Keratolysis Exfoliativa, Fingertip Eczema, Pompholyx; Dyshidrosis and Id Reaction.
Various Presentations of Eczema
In section three, the educator covers the topic of Various Presentations of Eczema. Many different forms in which eczema presents itself like Asteatotic Eczema; Eczema Craquelé, Nummular Eczema, and Chapped Fissured Feet are reported in detail.
Section four is regarding Self-Induced Dermatoses. In the start, a comprehensive overview of Self-Induced Dermatoses is presented which is followed by a detailed demonstration and explanation of various types of Self-Induced Dermatoses such as Psychogenic Parasitosis, Factitial Dermatitis; Dermatitis Artefacta, Neurotic Excoriations, Lichen-Simplex Chronicus; Circumscribed Neurodermatitis, and Prurigo Nodularis.
The prime focus of section five are the Post-Phlebitic Syndromes. The educator sheds light on Stasis Dermatitis and Types of Eczematous Inflammation in Stasis Dermatitis, followed by an elucidation of Treatment of Stasis Dermatitis. Afterwards, Venous Leg Ulcers are discussed in addition to Stasis Papillomatosis and Post-Phlebitic Syndrome.