It is manifested by lichenification, excoriation, and crusting, mainly on the flexural surfaces of the elbow and knee. … All stages are characterized by xerosis, fissures, pruritus, and lichenification. … Like affected children, adults also commonly have lichenification of the flexures and facial dermatitis.
After repetitive exposure, patients may present with lichenification, hypopigmentation, hyperpigmentation and scarring of the skin. … Although blistering of the skin is rather uncommon, repeated exposure can lead to lichenification, loss of nail lunulae, development of pseudovesicles and other chronic skin … Multiple episodes of acute photosensitivity may lead to chronic changes of sun-exposed skin (lichenification, leathery pseudovesicles, grooving around the lips) and loss of
Eczematization is the thickening of the skin with lichenification. … Eczematous changes (peeling and flaking) and lichenification (hardening of the epidermis) can be treated with skin softening agents. … Lichenification describes crusting and layering of the skin that occurs when the normal exfoliative properties of the skin are disrupted by chronic swelling.
Lesions can develop into severe areas of hyperpigmentation, with marked lichenification, hair loss, and seborrhea. … In primary acanthosis nigricans, secondary inflammatory lesions (ie, lichenification) most commonly develop as a result of conformational friction. … Wisconsin-Madison Acanthosis Nigricans Overview of Acanthosis Nigricans Acanthosis nigricans is a clinical reaction in dogs characterized by axillary and inguinal hyperpigmentation, lichenification
Chronic and repetitive scratching, picking, or rubbing of the nodules may result in permanent changes to the skin, including nodular lichenification, hyperkeratosis, hyperpigmentation … Patients with this condition resort to repetitive itching and scratching which leads to lichenification and hyperkeratosis.
itching chronic dermatosis with circumscribed lichenified lesions, which are due to rubbing and scratching of the skin previously apparently normal, the so-called primary lichenification … There is no known predisposing skin disorder and underlying cause of the development of the lichenification but it could develop as a secondary process due to a chronic eczematous … This constant process leads to lichenification.
In cumulative irritant dermatitis hyperkeratosis, lichenification and fissures predominate, leading to pain and itching, but erythema and vesicles may also be present. … Frequently occurring or persistent episodes of acute contact dermatitis often become chronic, with thickening associated with lichenification, scaling, and fissuring. … Seasonal allergies Asthma Other dermatologic problems Surgery Family history Atopy Psoriasis Other chronic skin conditions Examination Morphology of lesions (erythema, eczema, lichenification
In addition, scratch dermatitis and lichenification can occur. … In addition, scratch dermatitis and lichenification can occur. … Associated pruritus leads to morbidity resulting from lichenification, secondary bacterial infection, and irritant and allergic contact dermatitis caused by topically applied