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Only few reports about eczematous reactions overlying nevi flammei exist. All of them were observed in children. The description of an eczematous reaction within a congenital nevus flammeus on the left lower leg of a male adult gives reason to discuss this rare phenomenon. Eczema or inflammatory changes within a port-wine stain may mostly be a collision dermatosis with an atopic dermatitis, especially when they arise in children and are localized to the neck and face. When they are observeddoi:10.1159/000063907 pmid:12218239 fatcat:u3lip6s5ujfaldysyokc6ir5ny