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Medications that can be used to treat eczema include topical corticosteroids, barrier repair moisturizers and topical immunomodulators, according to WebMD. Other medications that can treat the condition are immunosuppres... More »

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The National Eczema Association is a network that provides support through Inspire, an online health community that consists of patients, caregivers and families. The online discussion forum offers support, resources and... More »

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Photos of rashes, as of March 2015, can be found online via Healthline, Mayo Clinic and WebMD. All three sites offer galleries or slide-show presentations of a variety of skin rashes. More »

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Some creams used to treat eczema are prescribed immunomodulators and topical steroids that come in varying strengths. Depending on the severity of the condition, steroid creams may be available with a prescription or as ... More »

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Doctors prescribe fluocinonide to treat a variety of skin conditions, including eczema, atopic and contact dermatitis, rashes and inflammation caused by an allergy, according to WebMD. Fluocinonide is a strong topical co... More »

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Desonide cream is used to treat skin conditions such as eczema, rashes, allergies and dermatitis, according to WebMD. A mild corticosteroid, desonide cream alleviates the redness, swelling and itching caused by these con... More »

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There are numerous blood disorders that each require a variety of medications or treatment options, as stated by WebMD. Some treatments are as simple as blood transfusions and doses of B12, while other more serious treat... More »

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