What is seborrheic eczema and how can it be treated?
Seborrheic eczema occurs mainly on the head and neck area, especially around hair bearing areas. One sees several seborrheic eczema or seborrheic dermatitis, at the sides of the nose, the beard area, eyebrow area. And it can look quite red but it also can be very very flaky and can be very troublesome with regards to perhaps flaking over your clothing etc.
So it is very important that I took a history in regards to the rash and when it started and what treatment you used to date and then a very close, a very good examination of the skin will be very important. Thereafter I will be able to give you a very good treatment plan with regards to topical therapies for your seborrheic dermatitis.
More about Jennifer Crawley
Jennifer Crawley is a Consultant Dermatologist at Clinica London with a special interest in dermatology. She is an expert in both adult and paediatric dermatology and has particular interests in research, teaching and leading audit projects.
She gained a MBChB qualification from University of Bristol in 2002, after gaining BSc. (Hons) Cellular & Molecular Pathology in 1999. During following years she undertook training and gained work experience in Bristol and London.
Further she has performed a range of surgical and non-surgical procedures, including surgical excision of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers, incisional biopsies, shave excisions and curettage and cautery.