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  1. Eczema-Free for Life by Adnan Nasir, Priscilla Burgess, 2005-02-01
  2. The Skin Cure Diet: Heal Eczema from Inside Out by Kathleen Waterford, 2005-06-03
  3. The Eczema Solution by Sue Armstrong-Brown, 2002-05-02
  4. The Natural Way With Eczema/a Comprehensive Guide to Gentle, Safe and Effective Treatment by Sheena Meredith, 1994-05
  5. Handbook of Atopic Eczema
  6. Understanding Skin Problems: Acne, Eczema, Psoriasis and Related Conditions by Linda Papadopoulos, Carl Walker, 2003-03-10
  7. Eczema: Recipes and Advice to Provide Relief (Food Solutions) by Patsy Westcott, 2005-01-15
  8. Understanding Childhood Eczema by Penny Titman, 2003-03-10
  9. An Atlas of Atopic Eczema (Encyclopedia of Visual Medicine Series) by Lionel Fry, 2003-12-02
  10. Freedom From Eczema by Devi S. Nambudripad, 2008-02-01
  12. Combat Asthma Through Diet: A Collection of 50 Low-Allergen Recipes to Beat the Symptoms of Asthma, Eczema and Hayfever. Expert Dietary Advice, Shown in More Than 400 Step-by-Step Photographs by Brigid McConville, 2009-12-25
  13. Eczema in Childhood: The Facts (Oxford Medical Publications) by David J. Atherton, 1994-08-04
  14. Curing Eczema Naturally - Dealing With Eczema the Natural Way! AAA+++

161. Allergy Associate & Lab., Tempe, Arizona
Specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of asthma and other allergic diseases including hay fever, rhinitis, hives,eczema, food and drug allergies. Offices located in Tempe. Mesa, Chandler and Scottsdale, AZ.

Patient Education

Patient Info

An allergist is a physician trained to determine the cause of allergies, whether they are related to or caused by foods, environmental factors (such as pollen), drugs, or topical substances. Conditions that an allergist commonly treats include the following:
  • Asthma
  • Dermatitis
  • Eczema
  • Food allergies
  • Hay Fever
  • Hives
  • Rhinitis
  • Sinusitis
For more information about our staff, please go to our Physicians page. Bookmark this page as your resource for allergy information. We hope you find this information helpful in your health care decisions. Please contact us with questions or for an appointment.
Tempe Office
1006 East Guadalupe Road
Tempe, AZ 85283
Tel: 480.838.4296
Fax: 480.820.1275 view map Mesa Office 6553 East Baywood Avenue Suite 201 Mesa, AZ 85206 view map Chandler Office 2248 North Alma School Road Suite 104 Chandler, AZ 85224 view map Phoenix Office 4901 North 44th Street Suite 103 Phoenix, AZ 85018 view map Scottsdale Office 7331 East Osborn Drive Suite 340 Scottsdale, AZ 85251

162. Eczema Mailing List - Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions. If you are a subscriber to the mailing list or have an interest in eczema you will find useful information in the FAQ file.
Frequently Asked Questions If you are a subscriber to the mailing list or have an interest in eczema you will find useful information in the FAQ file. This contains information about eczema as well as information about using the Eczema Mailing List. For your convenience you may also download a Zipped HTML version (50 Kbytes) to be read offline. This file contains the contents list below and all the FAQ sections. It also contains the Help and Guidelines for Subscribers and the Charter of the Eczema Mailing List. PART 1: ADMINISTRATIVE DETAILS
1.2 Introduction

1.4 How often is the FAQ updated?

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163. Eczema - Information About Eczema
Today s Date. eczema. eczema is one of the most common skin conditions, affecting people of all ages and both sexes. What is eczema?
HOME PAGE GO BACK Type a word eg: Protein For phrases use " " Skin Centre Index Welcome Skin Conditions Dry Skin Eczema Psoriasis Dermatitis Sun Protection FAQ's Today's Date ECZEMA
Eczema is one of the most common skin conditions, affecting people of all ages and both sexes. The terms eczema and dermatitis are often used by doctors to describe the same set of symptoms; irritated, red and itchy inflamed skin.
These conditions can be extremely uncomfortable and affect your self confidence. Fortunately there are many things you can do to soothe the symptoms, making eczema easier to live with.
What is eczema?
The word 'eczema' comes from Greek and literally means 'boiling over'. Normal skin acts as a barrier to prevent water loss and stop skin irritants from penetrating. If you have eczema your skin doesn't do this as effectively as it should, leading to dryness, itching and cracked, scaly skin which lets in bacteria and allergens that can cause an allergic reaction. It is not a contagious condition.

164. Berkeley Parents Network: Advice About Dry Skin & Eczema
Hope this helps! Jennifer. Treatment for eczema in baby? October 2003 Good luck! Amanda. eczema Nothing stops 3year-old s itching. June 2003
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    13-month-old scratching ears till they bleed
    Jan 2004 Hi, my 13 months old baby daughter scratched her ears so badly that it bleed and oozes. During night time when it is impossible for us to look over her, she scratched, pulled, and we saw blood on her gloves, pillow and pajama every morning after wake up. Putting gloves doesn't work. As the dermatologies said that her ears much be very itchy due to eczema, we have kept applying protopics to her ears and sometimes it work sometimes it doesn't. 2.5% hydrycortisone did prevent the itchiness but I don't like to go that route. This has gone on for several months and I am very mad at myself of not being able to help her. Lately I heard that homeopathy may cure eczema for good in young babies and like to ask whether someone has any experience on this and whether there is any temorary solution that we can use now to prevent the itchy and terrible scrataching. Thanks. anxious and worried mom The following treatment helped my 20 month old daughter's eczema completely disappear. Bathe every night in luke warm water. Do not use any soap on her body. Wash hair every other night with a tiny bit of shampoo and rinse hair while letting the water out of the tub so that he/she doesn't sit in the soapy water. After the bath each night, rub the entire body with Aquaphor. My daughter likes to help rub it on her legs. This treatment has eliminated the need for cortisone cream. DRichards
  • 165. HON Allergy Glossary Eczema
    Relevant sites from HON s MedHunt eczema Multimedia from HONselect eczema image. eczema A skin hypersensitivity due to hereditary influences.
    More on this topic Relevant sites from
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    The 8th World Conference on
    the Internet and Medicine
    Internet in Health for All 4 - 7 December 2003 External survey "Questionnaire on mood" conducted by the "IMSP- Faculty of Medicine - University of Geneva" Eczema A skin hypersensitivity due to hereditary influences. The term eczema comprises a number of pathogenetically different conditions (listed below), all with the histologic hallmark of intercellular edema of the epidermis (spongiosis).
    • Atopic eczema (Atopic dermatitis)
    • Adult seborrhoeic eczema
    • Infantile seborrhoeic eczema
    • Allergic contact dermatitis
    • Irritant contact dermatitis
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    EeDerm, Conditions eczema. eczema AND DERMATITIS. Management of eczema in General Practice. Management of eczema in Children. Usually atopic eczema.
    When can we help?
    Which patients should be selected for patch testing?
    Management of Eczema in General Practice Management of eczema in children
    Routine treatment

    If infected

    Very dry skin
    Seborrhoeic dermatitis
    Most patients with mild to moderate eczema can be managed in general practice. When Can We Help?
  • If the diagnosis is uncertain.
  • If you suspect contact allergic dermatitis.
  • For daily out patient treatment in Avon Unit.
  • To teach wet wraps for children with very dry eczema.
  • In patient treatment.
  • For consideration of UVB phototherapy, PUVA, Azathioprine, Prednisolone or Cyclosporin. Which Patients With Eczema Should Be Selected for Patch Testing?
  • Face or eyelid eczema. Unless obviously part of a widespread atopic or seborrhoeic eczema.
  • Otitis Externa.
  • Hand or foot eczema. Unless obviously part of a widespread constitutional eczema.
  • Pruritus Ani with eczema.
  • Pruritus Vulvae with eczema.
  • Lower leg eczema associated with venous hypertension – but refer to "Step Forward for Healthy Legs" for low allergen regime.
  • Patient with eczema who seems to get worse with treatment. We now regularly see contact dermatitis to topical steroids as well as other medicaments.
  • 167. Asthma Reality
    A personal site by a parent. Includes information for both professionals and the public, and an internati

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