Itchy rash usually on cheeks or chin, but may show up on the head, trunk, back of arms, or front of legs, but usually not in diaper area; dry, thickened patches of scaly skin or sometimes tiny red bumps that may ooze; patches may be symmetrical.

Most common in families with history of allergies or asthma.

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