I will pay for the following article Causes, Treatment and Prevention of Eczema. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. It is clear that eczema is a complex set of diseases with inflammatory components that may occur as a consequence of allergic reactions or direct or indirect effects of environmental substances on the skin epithelium. The range of severity of disease is broad, the causes are multiple and complex, and treatment approaches involved immunosuppressant and anti-inflammatory pharmacologic agents must be tailored to the type of eczema and its clinical severity in each individual patient. Eczema is an inflammatory disease of the skin, and in its broadest meaning, may encompass many types of epithelial inflammatory conditions. Most of the symptomatology of eczema is associated with redness, itchiness, and rashes that are located on the skin. Eczema may occur on any part of the body. When it is caused by contact dermatitis, the exposed area is the site where eczema develops. In allergic forms of eczema, the most common areas of exposure are the underside of joints, the back, the head region, and the buttocks. Persistent rashes may become crusty and inflamed, resulting in discharge and secondary bacterial infections. Epidemiological studies have shown that eczema most commonly occurs in infancy and occurs more commonly in females than in males. The incidence of eczema in the US has increased significantly in the 20th century and into the 21st. Different types of eczema are generally classified based on the site of occurrence on the body, the type or appearance of the lesion or based on its underlying causes. The most common type of eczema is called atopic eczema. It occurs most often in infants and is the result of an allergic reaction. This type of eczema may be inherited. The sites of the body most affected by the rash include the head, neck, elbows, knees, and buttock.