Dyshidrotic Eczema or dermatitis is also known as Pompholyx and is seen as an itchy blister like eruption of the hands, fingers and soles of the feet. It can be severe, frequent or chronic (long term) and is tough to treat effectively. Up to 20% of eczema sufferers have dishidrotic eczema / pompholyx. It is much more common in spring and summertime and in nations with warmer climates. Pompholyx is the third most typical sort of hand eczema. It occurs equally in both genders and occurs in children and older individuals. It is much less regular after late 30’s.
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