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Authors:  (Lin-feng Li, Department of Dermatology, Peking University Third Hospital, Beijing, P.R. China)
Abstract:
Eczema refers to a set of highly heterogeneous conditions including contact
dermatitis, atopic dermatitis and several types of endogenous eczema. In clinical practice,
however, a large proportion of eczema does not fit any of known types of eczema and
has been diagnosed as unclassified eczema or unclassified endogenous eczema. The
mechanism of unclassified eczema is unclear. Through clinical observation and review of
the literatures, we postulate that unclassified eczema is a separate entity which should be
diagnosed separately and follow up closely. 


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