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Atopic eczema. Close-up of atopic eczema in the bend of the leg of a baby. The skin is scaly, cracked, and scabbed over in places. Atopic eczema commonly occurs in childhood. It is an inflammation of the skin with itching or blisters. Often the cause is unknown. Eczema may be treated with soothing ointments and corticosteroid drugs.
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