Atopic Dermatitis

Follow along on our guide to Atopic Dermatitis, an exploration of the latest recommendations and research on diagnosis, treatment, and management of this common and usually chronic itchy inflammation of the skin. Atopic dermatitis -- a form of eczema -- typically develops in early childhood and is more common in people who have a family history of the condition, but can develop at any age. Each installment will delve into another aspect of atopic dermatitis, including signs and symptoms, causes and triggers, genetic factors, related conditions, treatment options, coping strategies, and lessons learned from unique case studies -- all of which have undergone expert review. Every installment will also include a separate, downloadable, printable information resource for patients.


Atopic Dermatitis: Reasons for Optimism

–Hope from better understanding of pathogenesis, improved long-term control

Atopic Dermatitis: The Latest on Diagnosis and Assessment

–Clinical diversity is vast, with disease presentation that may not fit "classic" criteria

The Many Ways to Measure the Severity of Atopic Dermatitis

–Validated physician-reported tools are often complicated, but patient-based measures are easy and informative

Atopic Dermatitis Has Myriad Life-Altering Comorbidities

–New guideline aims to improve recognition, understanding of life-altering complications

Topical Therapies for Adult Atopic Dermatitis

–Track record of efficacy, overall safety keep topicals a popular treatment option

Improving Treatment Adherence in Atopic Dermatitis

–How to empower patients to help them optimize their clinical response to therapy
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