Dermatitis

  • Allergic contact dermatitis

    Allergic contact dermatitis

    Allergic contact dermatitis arises from an induced sensitivity, as opposed to the direct damage of contact dermatitis.

  • Contact dermatitis

    Contact dermatitis

    Contact dermatitis is a type of eczema caused by either a reaction to a particular substance (in this case, a rubber glove) or an allergic reaction.

  • Sebhorrheic dermatitis

    Sebhorrheic dermatitis

    Characterized by a red, scaly, itchy rash on the face, sebhorrheic dermatitis most often affects the nose and eyebrows.

  • Sebhorrheic dermatitis

    Sebhorrheic dermatitis

    In cases of severe dandruff, the oily appearance of the hair and yellow, moist dead skin scales are attributable to the overproduction of sebum.

  • Atopic eczema

    Atopic eczema

    Atopic eczema is hereditary and noncontagious and can be treated with corticosteroid drugs.

  • Atopic eczema

    Atopic eczema

    Commonly occurring in childhood, atopic eczema is an inflammation of the skin with itching and blisters.

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Although there are many different types of dermatitis, the condition typically involves swollen, red, and itchy skin.

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