Definition of Seborrheic eczema
1. Noun. A chronic skin disease associated with seborrhea and greasy scales on the scalp or eyelids or other parts of the skin.
Medical Definition of Seborrheic eczema
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Literary usage of Seborrheic eczema
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1. Special Pathology and Therapeutics of the Diseases of Domestic Animals by Ferenc Hutyra, Josef Marek (1913)
"To what class seborrheic eczema belongs has not yet been determined. ... The same author considers seborrheic eczema to be related to psoriasis, ..."
2. Therapeutic Gazette (1899)
"Psoriasis was included by Unna under the heading of seborrheic eczema because in the first place he found the changes in the epidermis already referred to ..."
3. A Practical treatise on diseases of the skin by John Vietch Shoemaker (1909)
"seborrheic eczema begins insidiously upon the scalp, and generally first attracts ... Thus three varieties of seborrheic eczema are differentiated. ..."
4. Treatise on Diseases of the Skin for the Use of Advanced Students and by Henry Weightman Stelwagon (1914)
"Of the 4 or 5 cases that I have met with in the past several years, a few were closely simulative, clinically, of a mild seborrheic eczema, with some ..."
5. Treatment of the diseases of children by Charles Gilmore Kerley (1909)
"In children, seborrheic eczema, according to my observation, is comparatively unusual in other portions of the body. Associated with the seborrhea of the ..."
6. The Practice of pediatrics by Charles Gilmore Kerley (1918)
"In children seborrheic eczema, according to my observation, is comparatively unusual in other portions of the body, although by extension of the seborrhea ..."
7. The Principles and Practice of Dermatology by William Allen Pusey (1917)
"From seborrheic eczema of these parts it differs in its sharply defined borders, the greater and more diffuse infiltration of the surface, less tendency to ..."
8. Diseases of the skin and the eruptive fevers by Jay Frank Schamberg (1921)
"The lesions of seborrheic eczema lack the silvery scales of psoriasis and ... In seborrheic eczema of the chest sulphur in vaselin, forty to sixty grains to ..."