Dyshidrosis - Definition


Dyshidrosis, also written as dysidrosis, is a form of eczema localized in the spaces between the fingers and toes. It is also called dyshidrotic eczema. Dyshidrosis is characterized by the presence of small, hard vesicles responsible for major itching or burning sensations. It usually occurs in summer in the form of successive bouts interspersed with periods without symptoms.
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