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The spots can be crusted, scaling, and very itchy. * Seborrheic eczema. This skin has yellowish, oily, scaly patches on the scalp, face, and sometimes other parts of the body. * Stasis dermatitis. The skin is irritated on the lower legs, most often from a blood flow problem.
* Allergic contact eczema. The skin gets red, itchy, and weepy because it touches something that the immune system knows is foreign, like poison ivy. * Contact eczema. The skin has redness, itching, and burning in one spot because it has touched something allergy-causing, like an acid, cleaner, or other chemical. * Dyshidrotic eczema.
The skin on the palms of hands and soles of the feet is irritated and has clear, deep blisters that itch and burn. * Neurodermatitis. Scaly patches on the head, lower legs, wrists, or forearms are caused by a localized itch (such as an insect bite). * Nummular eczema. The skin has coin-shaped spots of irritation.
Atopic dermatitis is often called eczema.