exudative discoid and lichenoid dermatitis

exudative discoid and lichenoid dermatitis
a rare type of neurodermatitis that was seen in older men of Jewish extraction in the United States, characterized by intense pruritus with exudative round patches over much of the body; it may be a form of nummular eczema. Called also oid-oid disease and Sulzberger-Garbe syndrome.

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