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Eczema/Atopic Dermatitis is a distressingly recurrent itchy condition of the skin. AD generally begins early in life and it can come and go, with the affected regions of the body varying with age. Infants and children are most often affected, with 85% of cases appearing in the first year of life. Uncommonly, the condition may persist into, or even arise in, adulthood. Impaired skin barrier function results in increased water loss and susceptibility to bacterial and viral infections. Intense itching disrupts quality of life and further disrupts the skin barrier.
Babies with Atopic Dermatitis should seek care by a Board-certified Pediatric Dermatology to treat and prevent acute flares.