Skin condition characterized by greasy or dry, white scales. Dandruff and cradle cap are both forms of seborrheic dermatitis. Not contagious.
Inflammatory skin rash resulting from hyperactive sebaceious glands in the skin.
A chronic inflammatory dermatitis characterized by greasy scale and erythema. The scalp, face, chest and groin are common sites.
an inflamatory skin condition, associated with itchy flaking skin.
A chronic inflammatory disease of the skin of unknown etiology (i.e., cause or origin), characterized by moderate erythema; dry, moist or greasy scaling; and yellow crusted patches on various areas, including the mid-parts of the face, ears, supraorbital regions (above the orbit of the eye), umbilicus (the navel), genitalia, and especially the scalp. See also Erythematous.
A disease that causes flaking of the skin. It usually affects the scalp where it is commonly called dandruff (adults) or cradle cap (babies). It can also affect the skin on other parts of the body, such as the face and chest, and creases of the arms. Seborrheic dermatitis is often seen existing simultaneously with rosacea symptoms.
A skin condition characterized by greasy or dry white scales, with or without associated reddened skin. Seborrheic dermatitis may have flakes like dandruff but usually is accompanied by inflammation that can weep or crust over. Seborrheic dermatitis can sometimes be helped by dandruff shampoos but often requires a medicated cream or lotion to make a real difference.
a chronic skin disease associated with seborrhea and greasy scales on the scalp or eyelids or other parts of the skin
Also known as eczema. Scaly patches that occur primarily on the face, scalp, back, and pubic area.
an inflammation of the sebaceous glands producing yellow, greasy scales primarily over the scalp and face.
Dermatitis of the scalp, face, ears and sometimes the chest. Mild cases are known as dandruff.
A skin condition affecting the scalp, face and trunk causing scaly, flaky, itchy, red skin.
condition marked by small discolored patches or spots on the skin that frequently occurs on the face and scalp.
Skin condition that causes scales, redness and itching; it commonly affects the scalp (dandruff), eyebrows, eyelids, nose, area behind the ears and sternum. It is associated with seborrheic blepharitis.
A chronic inflammatory disease of the skin of unknown cause or origin, characterized by moderate erythema; dry, moist, or greasy scaling; and yellow crusted patches on various areas, including the mid-parts of the face, ears, supraorbital regions (above the orbit of the eye), umbilicus (the navel), genitalia, and especially the scalp. Seborrheic dermatitis in patients infected with HIV responds to a variety of therapies but tends to reoccur. Topic antifungal agents and corticosteroids suppress the process, but therapy must be applied repeatedly.
an inflammatory skin condition associated with itchy, flaking skin
greasy, red areas of skin caused by irritation of the sebaceous glands
A skin condition characterized by loose, greasy or dry, white to yellowish scales, with or without associated reddened skin. Cradle cap is the term used when seborrheic dermatitis affects the scalp of infants. Alternative names Dandruff; Seborrheic eczema; Cradle cap
A form of inflammatory skin rash that results from an over activity of the sebaceous glands in the skin. Treatment often includes a mild hydrocortisone-containing cream.
Sebhorrheic dermatitis is a condition marked by small discoloured patches or spots on the skin and frequently occurs on the face and scalp.