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Lichen simplex chronicus is it pimples?

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Dr. Coyle Connolly
Dermatology 29 years experience
LSC: Lsc is a condition caused by chronic rubbing/scratching of the skin. A form of eczema, it may be treated with topical corticosteroids, moisturizers, and oral corticosteroids or oral antihistamines in some cases. See dermatologist for diagnosis and treatment.

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How can you treat lichen simplex chronicus?

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Dr. Mary Ellen Luchetti
Dermatology 35 years experience
Steroids: Topical or intralesional steroids, emollients, antihistamines, covering the areas to prevent itching so that the areas decrease in thickness.

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