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  1. Seborrheic Dermatitis - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-06-09
  2. Seborrheic Dermatitis: Seborrhoeic Dermatitis, Cradle Cap, Tycoon's Cap, Seborrheic Eczema
  3. Perspectives on seborrheic dermatitis: looking back to move ahead.(Commentary): An article from: Skin & Allergy News by James Q. Del Rosso, 2009-12-01
  4. A novel foam formulation of ketoconazole 2% for the treatment of seborrheic dermatitis on multiple body regions.(Clinical report): An article from: Journal of Drugs in Dermatology by Boni E. Elewski, William Abramovits, et all 2007-10-01
  5. Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine: Seborrheic dermatitis by Kathleen D. Wright RN, 2002-01-01
  6. Treatment and prophylaxis of seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp with antipityrosporal 1% ciclopirox shampoo.(WASHINGTON WHISPERS): An article from: Journal of Drugs in Dermatology
  7. Seborrheic Dermatitis: An entry from Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Medicine, 3rd ed.</i> by Kathleen, RN Wright, 2006
  8. Seborrheic dermatitis: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Children's Health: Infancy through Adolescence</i> by Tish, A.M. Davidson, Kathleen, RN Wright, 2006
  9. Dermatitis: Atopic Dermatitis, Contact Dermatitis, Eczema, Pustular Dermatitis, Seborrheic Dermatitis
  10. Facial seborrheic dermatitis: a report on current status and therapeutic horizons.(ORIGINAL ARTICLES)(Disease/Disorder overview): An article from: Journal of Drugs in Dermatology by Joseph Bikowski, 2009-02-01
  11. Dermatitis: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine</i> by Mai Tran, 2001
  12. Guidelines to eczema-dermatitis in childhood by F. O. C Meenan, 1983
  13. What's your assessment?(Clinical Skills): An article from: Dermatology Nursing by Barbara Bielan, 2008-12-01
  14. Diagnosing a Red Face: Consider Rosacea Before Other Dermatoses.(Brief Article): An article from: Family Practice News by Norra Macready, 2001-07-01

61. ROSACEA-LTD III: Guaranteed Success In Limiting Rosacea
A unique treatment targetted especially for rosacea sufferers.Category Shopping Health Skin Disorders Rosacea......RosaceaLtd III™ was designed specifically for skin that is sensitiveor inflamed due to rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis and acne.
Rosacea-Ltd III The BLENDING of SCIENCE and REALITY was designed specifically for skin that is sensitive or inflamed due to rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis and acne. Initial studies of rosacea test subjects indicate and 98 percent of previous Rosacea-Ltd users confirm that Rosacea-Ltd is extremely effective in soothing and conditioning the skin to lessen the appearance of facial redness (erythema) and dilated facial vessels (telangectasia), as well as rosacea-related papules. View customer feedback at WebAssured.
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Many existing Rosacea-Ltd users had been frustrated for many years from unsuccessful or marginal results from other products. Many of you will note that prescription medications such as steroids, retinoids, accutane, and various light laser treatments do not work for you and, in fact, can cause additional damage to the skin. The oral and topical antibiotics can work for up to several months before the bacteria become immune to the antibiotic, causing the antibiotic to no longer be effective. Some of the acne products you may have used in the past can also lead to a condition known as acne rosacea. Most customers notice changes in the condition of their skin within a couple of weeks and always very noticeable changes well within two to three months after starting Rosacea-Ltd III . If you would like, send us a facial photo with your order by e-mail or US Mail. More importantly take a photo now of yourself so you can compare your rosacea skin in 2-3 months by taking an "after

62. Seborrheic Dermatitis (Cradle Cap) - Lucile Packard Children's Hospital
seborrheic dermatitis (Cradle Cap) What is seborrheic dermatitis (cradle cap)? Seborrheicdermatitis in this age group usually clears within the first year.
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What is seborrheic dermatitis (cradle cap)?
Also called cradle cap, seborrheic dermatitis in the infant is characterized by fine white scales. However, seborrheic dermatitis can also occur in the diaper area, face, neck, and trunk. Seborrheic dermatitis in this age group usually clears within the first year. What causes cradle cap? The exact cause of this skin condition is not known. What does cradle cap look like? The following are the most common signs and symptoms of cradle cap. However, each child may experience symptoms differently. Symptoms include dry or greasy scales on the scalp. How is cradle cap diagnosed? Cradle cap is usually diagnosed based on physical examination of your child. The rash involved with cradle cap is unique, and can usually be diagnosed simply on physical examination. Treatment for cradle cap: Specific treatment for cradle cap will be determined by your child's physician based on:
  • your child's age, overall health, and medical history

63. Medical Considerations SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS, Medical Considerations CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF THE HIVINFECTEDADULT Disease-Specific Protocols seborrheic dermatitis. seborrheic dermatitis. Medical Considerations
Disease-Specific Protocols
SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS Definition: A dermatitis characterized by a greasy scale covering a yellow-red marginated base. In patients with HIV infection, usually the scalp and central face are involved, although it may be present in areas of the chest, axillae or groin. Some 25-83% of patients with HIV have experienced this disease; it may wax and wane over the course of infection. The etiology of seborrheic dermatitis is unknown. S: Patient complains of new rash, sometimes itchy, or of "dry skin" that will not go away in spite of the application of topical moisturizers. O: PE: Pruritic or asymptomatic greasy scale rash covering a yellow-red marginated base. Typically found on the scalp, nasolabial folds, eyebrows, and ears. May be found under chest hair, in axillary area or groin. A: Rule out Reiter's syndrome, candidiasis, and psoriasis. P: LABS: Do a KOH preparation to rule out candida albicans and other superficial yeast infections.

64. Northwestern Memorial Physicians Group - Seborrheic
seborrheic dermatitis (cradle cap). Practical Pediatric Take Home Notes for Parents. Backto Pediatric Health Information. What is seborrheic dermatitis?
Seborrheic Dermatitis (cradle cap)
Practical Pediatric Take Home Notes for Parents
written by Claire H. Rathnau, ND, APN, CPNP Back to Pediatric Health Information
What is seborrheic dermatitis?
Seborrheic dermatitis is a common scaling rash that occurs in infants, teenagers and adults. Dandruff is seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp. Seborrheic dermatitis may also occur on the cheeks, eyebrows, eyelid edges, ears, the skin near the nose, and such skin fold areas as the armpits and groin.
What causes seborrheic dermatitis?
The cause of seborrheic dermatitis is unknown, although recently researchers have suggested that an overgrowth of yeast is to blame. It is not related to diet and it is not contagious. Stress and physical illness may worsen the condition but do not cause it. This condition often disappears in infants by one year of age. It is common in teenagers and especially in adults. Seborrheic dermatitis may get better or worse without any apparent reason.
What is the treatment for seborrheic dermatitis?

65. ADVANCE For Nurse Practitioners Clinical Q And A
organism to cause these symptoms, she should rule out other etiologies, such asbacterial or dermatophyte infections, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis or

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Treating a Chronic Skin Condition Q: Michelle, a family nurse practitioner, is troubled by a follow-up visit from a patient. An obese man, the patient is complaining of continued intertrigo candida below the overhang of his abdomen. At his last visit 2 weeks ago, Michelle prescribed nystatin powder to be applied at bedtime and in the morning to prevent further episodes, but the patient hasn't had long-lasting relief. What other options should Michelle consider prescribing for this patient? A. A. Michelle is dealing with one of the most common themes in dermatology: we rarely cure patients. Intertrigo candida is a great example of why we can't offer a simple cure for this and similar conditions. So why do we even need the specialty? My answer is that as with most specialties, dermatology is pattern recognition; you see something over and over again, and you become acquainted with it so that you can anticipate it. The advice I would give Michelle is to look at the pattern presented with this patient. She should ask her patient questions about the timing of his breakouts, the OTC remedies he's tried, and the soaps and lotions he uses. Michelle should also understand that intertrigo is a separate condition from candidiasis. When the skin occludes and rubs on itself, moisture collects causing maceration. Slowly the skin begins to break down, setting up the condition of intertrigo. The yeast

66. Skin Care A-Z -- Discovery Health -- Skin Care
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67. Zinc Pyrithione In Psoriasis
The effectiveness of zinc pyrithione to treat seborrheic dermatitisand psoriasis has been well documented (4,5,6,7,8,13). Since
The Highly Effective Use of Topical Zinc Pyrithione in the Treatment of Psoriasis: A Case Report
Charles E. Crutchfield III, M.M.B., M.D., Eric J. Lewis, M.D., Ph.D., and Brian D. Zelickson, M.D
Dermatology Online Journal: 3(1) : 3
This product has been withdrawn from the American market by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration because of questions over ingredients and safety. (see the next issue). Parts of this article are taken verbatim from Crutchfield CE, Lewis EJ, Zelickson BD: The effective use of topical zinc pyrithione in the treatment of psoriasis: A report of three cases. J Geriatric Dermatol 5:21-24, 1997. This article should therefore considered a duplicate publication.
Psoriasis is a common condition which, at times, can be difficult to treat. Patients with psoriasis face many social challenges and can suffer a great deal with their disease. As a result, any new topical agent is a welcomed addition to our therapeutic armamentarium. We present here a report of a case using a novel topical preparation of zinc pyrithione for the treatment of psoriasis. Topical

Different patterns of eczema include atopic eczema (syn. atopic dermatitis),seborrheic eczema (syn. seborrheic dermatitis), and nummular eczema.

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The name of an antibody found most frequently in the blood of patients with clinically-amyopathic dermatomyositis. This is the form of dermatomyositis that causes a dermatomyositis skin rash but no muscle weakness.
Acute cutaneous lupus erythematosus
The formal medical term for the butterfly facial rash experienced by patients who have the systemic form of lupus erythematosus.
A general term referring to hair loss of any cause. Lupus patients can experience several different patterns of hair loss.
Amino acids
Chemical building blocks that, when linked together, form proteins. Proteins are the building blocks of cells.
Amyopathic dermatomyositis
A form of dermatomyositis in which skin disease is present for prolonged periods of time (6 months or greater) but no muscle weakness develops. Patients having this form of dermatomyositis have a very small risk of developing interstitial lung disease and perhaps have an increased risk of developing internal cancers.
An abbreviation for antinuclear antibodies. These are the antibodies that react to an individual's own tissue who is suffering from autoimmune disease. The test for antinuclear antibodies is universally positive in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus. However, this test is also positive in a number of other conditions besides lupus.

69. Drug Watch: Treatment Of Dandruff [Sep 1994; 7-3]
is growing, though largely indirect, evidence of a relationship between the yeastPityrosporum ovale and moderate to severe dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis.
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Drug Watch: Treatment of Dandruff
There is growing, though largely indirect, evidence of a relationship between the yeast Pityrosporum ovale and moderate to severe dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis. A number of treatments have become available which treat these relatively common conditions by attacking the causative agent. These include lithium salts, which inhibit small colonies of P. ovale , and ketoconazole and other imidazoles which interfere with steroid synthesis in yeasts.
Bandolier sought evidence of effectiveness through a MEDLINE search using the terms DANDRUFF, DERMATITIS-SEBORRHEIC(exploded to all subheadings) and RANDOM*. This revealed four RCTs (three in English) since 1991; references before 1991 were not used.
Lithium succinate ointment
This is a British multicentre double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled study of an ointment containing 8% lithium succinate (Efalith) compared with base ointment. The study [1] was designed to be cross-over, but is also analysed as a parallel design (158 patients) which is somewhat easier to understand. Patients were instructed to apply the ointment sparingly to affected areas twice daily for four weeks.
Using 100mm visual analogue scales (VAS), patients assessed redness, scaling, greasiness, itching and the overall impression of treatment. All were significantly better with lithium succinate, with redness, scaling and itching being most improved. There was evidence that the effects of treatment extended at least four weeks after stopping.

70. The Three Main Types Of Rosacea: Acne, Ocular And Rhinophyma
Describes the three main types of rosacea acne rosacea, ocular rosacea and rhinophyma.Also explains how rosacea is often mistaken for seborrheic dermatitis.
The Three Main Types of Rosacea: Acne, Ocular and Rhinophyma
Acne Rosacea
Acne rosacea is a misleading term: rosacea and acne are two entirely different conditions, although they can and do appear together. Clogged skin pores and bacterial infections cause acne. Rosacea occurs when blood vessels move to just below the skin's surface, leading to blotchy red patches. These blotches fade and then return, becoming more permanent over time.
The blackheads, whiteheads and pimples associated with acne are not associated with rosacea. Red bumps called papules are. These papules are usually solid and hard. The papules range in size from small bumps that resemble the measles or chicken pox, all the way to larger, penny-shaped nodules. Left untreated, larger nodules can cause rhinophyma (see below).
Ocular Rosacea
About half of all sufferers have symptoms of ocular rosacea , where symptoms affect the eyes. The eyelids may become inflamed and develop small red bumps, or develop scales and crusts after a night's sleep. The eyes may become bloodshot with a "gritty" feeling, as if a piece of sand were in the eye. Sensitivity to bright light is common. Occasionally, eyelash loss occurs.
Although rare, serious complications can develop from this condition. An inflammation of the cornea called

71. Skin Cap - Psoriasis Treatment, Dandruff And Seborrheic Dermatitis
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72. Skin Cap - Psoriasis Treatment, Dandruff And Seborrheic Dermatitis
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73. Dermatitis Articles, Support Groups, And Resources
DERMATITIS MULTIFORMIS; seborrheic dermatitis. Medical Library Asthmaand Allergy Statistics, NIAID Fact Sheet. Q A from our Ask The
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74. Seborrhea (Seborrheic) Articles, Support Groups, And Resources
Medical Glossary seborrheic dermatitis. Q A from our Ask The Doctor Forums Comparingoral contraceptives for treatment of hair loss, acne, and seborrhea
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75. Dermatology Diseases Information Index
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76. Seborrheic Dermatitis Severe Dandruff
seborrheic dermatitis (Severe Dandruff). I. Definition II. Causes A yeast namedMalassezia ovalis that grows on the skin causes seborrheic dermatitis.
Seborrheic Dermatitis (Severe Dandruff) I. Definition: Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic, recurring scaly rash involving the face, ears, eyebrows, scalp, and sometimes the chest. It occurs more frequently as people get older. There is no cure for this condition. II. Causes:
  • A yeast named Malassezia ovalis that grows on the skin causes seborrheic dermatitis. People prone to seborrheic dermatitis are usually genetically susceptible to this condition. Seborrheic dermatitis is usually worse in the colder months.
III. Treatment:
  • Treatment is a matter of control rather than cure. Seborrheic dermatitis usually responds to topical therapy. The treatment depends on its site as well as its severity. Sebulex Shampoo , which can be purchased without a prescription, should be used every other day to wash the scalp. The more often you shampoo the less likely you are to have this problem. Other good shampoos are Head and Shoulders and Selsun Blue Shampoos that contain conditioners can make one more prone to this condition. If you use a shampoo with conditioner alternate it with one that has no conditioner. Hair pomade can contribute to this problem. The use of Sebizon Lotion with your favorite pomade is an effective treatment for this problem.

77. :: MDNG ::
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78. Science News Update March 17, 2003
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  • This is a skin condition characterized by dry scales that sit on top of an area of redness. The most common areas of involvement are the scalp ( Dandruff ), face, eyelids, chest, upper back, belly button, and skin folds. Although the cause is unknown, fungal

80. Products: Seborrheic Dermatitis Cream
seborrheic dermatitis is a condition that flakes like dandruff but has accompanyinggreasy scales and inflammation that can weep or crust over.
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