swimmer's itch

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swimmer's itch

[′swim·ərz ′ich]
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Outbreaks of seabather's eruption occur intermittently between March and August, but they appear to peak during early April through early July," according to the Florida Department of Health.
Planule of the scyphomedusa Linuche unguiculata as a possible cause of seabather's eruption.
Seabather's eruption is a pruritic dermatitis that occurs predominantly on areas covered by bathing suit or shirt after swimming in saltwater Cases have been reported in Florida, Bermuda the Caribbean, and as far north as Long Island New York.