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Eczema has several types and there are even conditions when a person develops more than one type of eczema at a given time. Learning the types of eczema can lead to effective treatment and ideal preventive methods.
• Atopic Dermatitis -
• Contact Dermatitis or Irritant Dermatitis -
Subcategories of contact dermatitis are irritant contact dermatitis and allergic contact dermatitis.
• Hand Dermatitis -
The reason for hand eczema is unknown but most cases often flare up with stress; it is more common in females (20 to 40 years of age) and attacks often happen during hot and humid weather. [DETAILS]
• Neurodermatitis -
• Nummular Dermatitis -
• Occupational Dermatitis -
• Seborrheic Dermatitis -
• Stasis Dermatitis -
• Dyshidrotic Dermatitis -
Dyshidrotic dermatitis can also be called vesicular eczema or vesicular plamoplantar eczema.
• Follicular Eczema -