Lin Zhou1, Xiaoning Yan2
1The First Clinical Medical College of Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine, Xianyang, China
2Department of Dermatology, Shaanxi Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine, Xi'an, China
Chapped eczema is a common dermatological disease in autumn and winter. It is often induced or aggravated by contact with detergents, causing chapping and pain, which affects walking and labor. Because the skin lesions are mainly keratinized, thick and chapped, the clinical treatment of this disease is difficult. Although there are many treatment methods, there is no effective drug treatment, and it is easy to recur. In order to make new progress in the disease and improve clinical. Therefore, the current research results and clinical efficacy of traditional Chinese and western medicine are discussed.
Chapped Eczema, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Western Medicine, Treatment Progress
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