Eczema

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from ancient Greek ἔκζεμα ékzema,[1]
from ἐκζέ-ειν ekzé-ein,
from ἐκ ek "out" + ζέ-ειν zé-ein "to boil"

Eczema is a form of dermatitis,[2] or inflammation of the epidermis (the outer layer of the skin).[3] In England, an estimated 5,773,700 or about one in every nine people have been diagnosed with the disease by a clinician at some point in their lives.[4]

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