allergic dermatitis


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allergic dermatitis

[ə′lərj·ik ′dər·mə′tīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the skin following contact of an allergen with sensitized tissue.
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Differential diagnosis, treatment trial and course of an allergic dermatitis in a goat.
I would be very interested in this testing for allergic dermatitis because you describe Purdey as being itchy all the time.
In our study, however, non-specific allergic dermatitis was more frequent because histopathological findings may be confused among allergic dermatitis, and differentiation requires a detailed report of clinical findings, anamnesis and, sometimes, response to treatment.
Epicutaneous sensitization with protein antigen induces localised allergic dermatitis and hyperresponsiveness to metacholine after single dose exposure to aerosolized antigen in mice.
One of the 26 women experienced allergic dermatitis after use of a chemical relaxer and hair dye at almost the same time, Dr.
Allergic dermatitis, or atopic dermatitis (formerly called eczema), is a highly prevalent skin disorder (FIGURE 1, page 46).
Roles of TH1 and TH2 cytokines in a murine model of allergic dermatitis.
The agent is expected to be used in the treatment of allergic dermatitis such as atopic and contact dermatitis.
Pruritus is intense in all phases of the lesions and is a hallmark characteristic of poison ivy, oak, and sumac allergic dermatitis.
The findings may also provide important clues in developing medical treatment for illnesses triggered by abnormal increases of a specific antibody, such as hay fever and allergic dermatitis, they said.
She might possibly have a form of allergic dermatitis and is reacting to something in the environment, such as house dust, house dust mites, fungi and pollens.
In the Friday session, a pair of researchers argued that amalgam, a mercury compound metal used for filling dental cavities, causes the chronic skin disease atopic dermatitis and other allergic dermatitis.
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