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    Neck rash
    An_246860 posted:
    I have a largish, scaly rash on the back of my neck - it began as a small patch a few months ago, and just remained that way. In the last two weeks, it's spread and worsened. I've tried numerous OTC remedies, with no luck. Today I noticed a small patch on my inner elbow. Based on what I've read, I'm not sure if it's eczema. I'm going to the Dr's tommorow but would like to know if anyone has experienced anything like this.
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