Eczema is the overarching name for a group of skin diseases in which the skin is itchy, red, and inflamed. Millions of people in the US have "eczema,” but not all kinds of eczema are the same. There are different types, all of which can look, feel, and behave differently. The most common type is called atopic dermatitis—but there are several others.
There are many options for treating eczema, including topicals, orals, and injectables. Get information including the most recent insights on available treatments so you and dermatologist can make the most informed decisions about your treatment.