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Related to allergic dermatitis: atopic dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, Irritant contact dermatitis
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Synonyms for allergic

Synonyms for allergic

having an allergy or peculiar or excessive susceptibility (especially to a specific factor)

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Tsunetoshi Shimazu, a Kyoto allergy doctor, said he conducted a study with Osaka dentist Nagakazu Ko from 1991 to 1998 on 300 allergic dermatitis patients in western Japan who had amalgam in their teeth.
Intense itching and inflammation (especially around the face), chewing at the feet and slight discharge from the nose and the eyes are telltale signs of allergic dermatitis.
Entered the prescription allergic dermatitis market with FDA approval of GENESIS.
These are fleas, allergic dermatitis, and lick granulomas.
Developed by Nippon Boehringer Ingelheim, Alesion is a once-daily, non-sedative anti-allergic agent prescribed for the treatment of bronchial asthma (adult patients only), allergic rhinitis, and allergic dermatitis.
It can occur in pets with a poor immune system or pets with a concurrent disease such as flea allergic dermatitis.
The most common sites of allergic dermatitis due to gold were the hands, face, and eyelids.
Cr causes allergic dermatitis and has other toxic and carcinogenic effects in humans and animals (2,3).
Virbac enters the $7 million prescription allergic dermatitis market with immediate shipments of GENESIS through established distribution channels.
The safety and effectiveness of Desonate make this medication an optimal one for managing the dry, itchy skin of those patients who suffer from allergic dermatitis.
Virbac Corporation (NASDAQ, NM: VBAC), a leading companion animal health company, announced today that it expects to enter the $7 million prescription allergic dermatitis market by year-end 2002 through an in-licensing agreement it recently signed with RMS Laboratories, Inc.
The skin is one of the organs most easily affected by environmental toxins and chemicals and can react with a type of allergic dermatitis -- dry, itchy skin or when it gets severe, eczema.
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