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What is the most likely diagnosis in the following case?
A 24 year old graduate student presents with a lichenified, hyperpigmented eczematous patch on her left ARM. She admits to being stressed lately due to the overwhelming amount of information she has to know for her derm exam and keeps subconsciously scratching at her ARM.

What is the most likely diagnosis in the following case?<br/>
A 24 year old graduate student presents with a lichenified, hyperpigmented eczematous patch on her left ARM. She admits to being stressed lately due to the overwhelming amount of information she has to know for her derm exam and keeps subconsciously scratching at her ARM.

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1. LIchen Simplex Chronicus
B. Atopic Dermatitis
C. Seborrheic Dermatitis
D. Dyshidrosis

This question is part of Dermatology
Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Mar 13, 2020

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ATWEBEMBIRE RONALD

ATWEBEMBIRE RONALD

Answered Nov 17, 2017

Lichen simplex chronius, as the patient scratching the plaque makes him confortables, and since it developed after stress

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Oct 01, 2016

LIchen Simplex Chronicus

Lichen Simplex Chronicus = AKA Neurodermatitis
 

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