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Scabies and seborrheic eczema in children up to one year

Seborrheic eczema is a mild eczema that usually occurs when the baby is a few months. Seborrheic eczema in the scalp is called a scab or milk scab. Scabies are common in children up to one year of age, but even older children can get scabies. Seborrheic eczema does not infect and usually go to treat itself.

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Milk eczema – seborrheic eczema

Milk dermatitis can occur in the scalp and elsewhere on the body where there are many sebaceous glands, such as on the face and chest. The skin turns red and scales, and can itch. Milk eczema usually goes away by itself.

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