Dermatitis refers to inflammation of the skin, typically resulting in redness, itching, and sometimes blisters or rash, caused by various irritants or allergic reactions.
Eczema is a chronic skin condition characterized by inflamed, itchy, and dry patches on the skin, often accompanied by redness and swelling.
Treatments for eczema may include topical corticosteroids, moisturizers, antihistamines, immunomodulators, phototherapy, and lifestyle changes to manage triggers.
Research and clinical trials are constantly advancing eczema treatments, leading to the development of new therapies and improved management approaches.
Psoriasis is an autoimmune skin condition known for the rapid buildup of skin cells, resulting in thick, red patches with silver-white scales.
Psoriasis treatment may involve topical creams, oral medications, phototherapy, biologic drugs, and lifestyle changes to manage symptoms and prevent flare-ups.
While psoriasis is a chronic condition, clinical trials and peer-reviewed research are helping doctors to advance their understanding of this autoimmune skin condition.