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Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) Registry

Basic Study Information

What are the genetic mutation or mutations that make some patients with atopic dermatitis (also known as eczema) more susceptible to skin infections?
The purpose of this study is to determine why some individuals with atopic dermatitis (more commonly known as eczema) are at increased risk for skin infections. Additional goals of this study are to identify factors related to atopic dermatitis disease severity as well as to create a list of people who might be interested in future studies.
AC2 Dermatology
37620

Lead Researcher (Principal Investigator)

Lisa Beck

Study Contact Information

Caitlyn Eberle
(585) 273-2909

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Questions
How many years old is the potential participant?

[Have you/Has PARTICIPANT] ever been diagnosed by a health care provider with eczema or atopic dermatitis?

 
 
[Do you/Does PARTICIPANT] itch when [your/his/her] disease is active?

 
 
[Have you/Has PARTICIPANT] had active patches of eczema on the face, neck, crease of the elbow, or behind the knee?

 
 
[Do you/Does PARTICIPANT] currently have cancer?

 
 
[Do you/Does PARTICIPANT] have a first degree family member (mother, father, sibling, offspring) already enrolled in this Registry Study?

 
 


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How many years old is the potential participant?

[Have you/Has PARTICIPANT] ever been diagnosed by a health care provider with eczema or atopic dermatitis?

 
 
[Have you/Has PARTICIPANT] or has anyone in [your/PARTICIPANT’s] immediate family (mother, father, sibling, offspring) had any of the following conditions?

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
[Do you/Does PARTICIPANT] currently have cancer?

 
 
[Do you/Does PARTICIPANT] have a first degree family member (mother, father, sibling, offspring) already enrolled in this Registry Study?

 
 


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Additional Study Information

The study is typically one visit lasting 1.5-2.5 hours. During the visit the following procedures will be performed: 1. focused history and physical exam 2. skin swab cultures (a moist q-tip will be rubbed over an area of skin to collect the bacteria living on your skin). 3. Blood draw
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Subject's Expense
No
$60 for questions and exam + $50 for swabs and cultures (if eligible).

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