dermatitis

Inflammation of the dermis, often a result of contact sensitivity.

Dermatitis

a number of skin conditions characterized by inflammation of the skin.
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Dermatitis

Irritation or inflammation of the skin. Dermatitis is a general term that refers to an itchy red rash, and is sometimes called eczema. There are about 20 different types of dermatitis.
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Dermatitis

a number of skin conditions characterized by inflammation of the skin.
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Dermatitis

a skin condition marked by skin inflammation.
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Dermatitis

A skin condition that is inflammation of the skin from a variety of skin conditions.
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Dermatitis

A skin condition that is inflammation of the skin from a variety of skin conditions.
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dermatitis

[n] - inflammation of the skin
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Dermatitis

An inflammatory condition of the skin caused by one or more external irritants. See Primary Irritant and Secondary Irritant.
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Dermatitis

is a skin inflammation. Vitamin H prevents it and also helps avoid loss of hair.
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Dermatitis

Inflammation of the skin.
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dermatitis

Inflammation of the skin: contact dermatitis is due to local exposure and may be caused by irritation, allergy or infection.
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Dermatitis

An inflammation of the skin.
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Dermatitis

inflammation of the skin
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Dermatitis

A skin rash characterized by itching, swelling, blistering, oozing and scaling of the skin
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Dermatitis

Inflammation of the skin.
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Dermatitis

Dermatitis: Inflammation of the skin, either due to direct contact with an irritating substance, or to an allergic reaction. Symptoms of dermatitis include redness, itching, and in some cases blistering. There are two types of dermatitis: eczematous (eczema) and noneczematous (also called occupational). Eczema can be particularly severe and difficu...
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Dermatitis

Der`ma·ti'tis noun [ New Latin , from Greek de`rma , -atos , skin + -itis .] (Medicine) Inflammation of the skin.
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dermatitis

<pathology> Inflammation of the skin. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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dermatitis

noun inflammation of the skin; skin becomes itchy and may develop blisters
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dermatitis

(dur″mә-ti´tis) pl. dermati´tides Inflammation of the skin; it can result from various animal, vegetable, and chemical substances, from heat or cold, from mechanical irritation, from certain forms of malnutrition, or from infectious disease. In some cases, dermatitis may have a psychologic rather than a...
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Dermatitis

• (n.) Inflammation of the skin.
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dermatitis

an inflammation of the skin usually characterized by redness, swelling, blister formation, and oozing and almost always by itching. The term eczema, ... [5 related articles]
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dermatitis

(dermato- + -itis) inflammation of the skin.
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Dermatitis

Inflammation of the skin. Repeated contact with petroleum products can be a cause.
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