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  • n. Plural form of eczema.

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Examples

  • The head wrapper is used to treat eczemas of the scalp, inflammation of the hair follicles, and rheumatic ailments in the head.

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  • The cold leg wrapper is used for varicose vein inflammations, slow-healing wet ulcers and chronic dry leg ulcers, acute arthritis, bone diseases, tuberculosis of the joints, eczemas, and flat feet, and also for general relief of tired feet.

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  • Shave Grass: Shave grass has a beneficial effect on wounds that are slow to heal, on leg sores, and on running eczemas.

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  • From an experience in the treatment of thirty cases of different kinds -- viz., obstinate circumscribed moist patches on the hands and arms, intensely itching papular eczema of the flexures and face, infantile moist eczemas, etc. -- he recommends the following procedure.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 384, May 12, 1883

  • The commonest form of inflammation of the skin is called _eczema_, and eight-tenths of all eczemas are due to some mild germ, and can be cured by the appropriate poison for it.

    A Handbook of Health

  • Harsh chemicals in Holi colours can cause itching and rashes which lead to eczemas upon scratching.

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  • Prime among these is excessive dryness of the skin termed xerosis and various eczemas.

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  • In many cases, healing can take months eczemas, May require many different drugs.

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  • In the clinical trial, the company's candidate drug clearly reached its primary objective, demonstrating a significant reduction of total microbes in eczemas compared to placebo.

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