lichen simplex chronicus

thickened eczematous skin that develops at the site of constant rubbing in susceptible individuals. Common sites are the nape of the neck in women and the lower legs in men. Stress is a relevant factor.

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  • lichen simplex chronicus — lichen sim·plex chron·i·cus sim .pleks krän i kəs n dermatitis marked by one or more clearly defined patches produced by chronic rubbing of the skin * * * eczema caused by repeated itching and rubbing or scratching of the skin; it may arise… …   Medical dictionary

  • Lichen simplex chronicus — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 L28.0 Lichen simplex chronicus …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • lichen simplex chronicus — neurodermatitis thickened eczematous skin that develops at the site of constant rubbing in susceptible individuals. Common sites are the nape of the neck in women and the lower legs in men. Stress is a relevant factor …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • Лихен (Лишай) Простой Хронический (Lichen Simplex Chronicus) — см. Нейродермит. Источник: Медицинский словарь …   Медицинские термины

  • Нейродермит (Neurodermatitis), Лихен Простой Хронический (Lichen Simplex Chronicus) — утолщенная, пораженная экземой кожа, которая образуется в местах постоянного трения у восприимчивых людей. Чаще всего поражается затылочная область у женщин и кожа голеней и стоп у мужчин. Стресс является причиной обострения данного заболевания.… …   Медицинские термины

  • Lichen planus — Classification and external resources Lichen planus affecting the shins. ICD 10 L …   Wikipedia

  • simplex — see epidermolysis bullosa simplex, genital herpes simplex, HERPES SIMPLEX, ICHTHYOSIS SIMPLEX …   Medical dictionary

  • chronicus — see LICHEN SIMPLEX CHRONICUS …   Medical dictionary

  • lichen ruber moniliformis — a rare skin condition consisting of discolored papules with a keloidal consistency, arranged in bands and sometimes crisscrossing networks. Some authorities consider the condition to be a variant of lichen simplex chronicus …   Medical dictionary

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