MIMS Dermatology Guide to Eczema: Management of atopic eczema exacerbations

Atopic eczema can be successfully treated in the long term, but a flexible approach is essential. By Dr Nigel Stollery

by Dr Nigel Stollery
Infected eczema: recurrent episodes of secondary staphylococcal infection exacerbated the patient's atopic eczema (Photograph: Dr Nigel Stollery)
Infected eczema: recurrent episodes of secondary staphylococcal infection exacerbated the patient's atopic eczema (Photograph: Dr Nigel Stollery)

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