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Trick or Treat Non-steroid responsive “eczema”

Though the field of dermatology is ‘vely vely scaly’ to many family doctors, over 30% of primary care visits involve a skin complaint (1). And, “Skin Disorder” is one of the 99 topics you’re expected to know for the Family Medicine exam. It’s possible that it might show up on a SOO, but it is completely fair game for a SAMP, and will commonly be encountered in your practice. Most of us are very familiar with eczema, or atopic dermatitis. Many FP’s see babies at well-baby visits (at 2, 4, 6 months etc.) presenting with an “itchy rash” on their cheeks, belly and dorsal hands. Likewise, we’ve seen kids and some adults with dry, chronically itchy skin on their flexor surfaces (e.g. elbow creases

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