- typically present as round or oval plaques on the extremities
- the lesions are extremely itchy
- central clearing may occur giving a similar appearance to tinea corporis
- Burning sensation
- Inflamed skin
- Raw skin
Treatment: is almost same as for other types of eczema. These include
Moisturizers: which can help improve itching and redness and prevent the skin from becoming dry.
Antibiotics:Using topical or oral medication may also help to reduce the discomfort caused by nummular eczema and if there is any infection or fluid filled blister.
Antihistamines may be helpful in patients with extremely itchy skin.
Corticosteroids are reserved for severe cases and can be given to control the symptoms.