allergy

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Related to contact allergy: contact dermatitis, Allergic contact dermatitis
  • noun

Synonyms for allergy

dislike of

Synonyms

  • dislike of
  • hatred of
  • hostility to or towards
  • aversion to
  • loathing of
  • disgust of
  • antipathy towards
  • animosity towards
  • displeasure of
  • antagonism towards
  • distaste of
  • enmity towards
  • opposition towards
  • repugnance of
  • disinclination towards

Synonyms for allergy

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Methylisothiazolinone should be considered as a potential suspect allergen among patients with suspected cosmetic dermatitis, facial dermatitis, and sunscreen allergy" the authors said, concluding that the addition of MI to an allergen screening series "will likely uncover otherwise undiagnosed cases of preservative contact allergy.
Unfortunately, several of the chemical UV filters used in sunscreens cause contact allergy, either of themselves or when they are exposed to sunlight," said Isabella Karlsson, research student in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Gothenburg.
It is the first time that the true prevalence of contact allergy to fragrances in the general population is being measured on a global scale, according to RIFM.
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A It sounds like he is suffering from a contact allergy.
The main symptom of a contact allergy is an itchy rash, a type of contact dermatitis.
Clinically, lesions are often misdiagnosed as a contact allergy to deodorants, superinfected atopic dermatitis (eczema herpeticum), intertrigo, tinea infections, and hidradenitis suppurativa.
Examples of contact allergy include reactions to plants, metals and carpet deodorisers.
Allergic reactions to food, atophy or a contact allergy.
Examples of contact allergy include reactions to flea products, cedar dog beds, disinfectants, shampoos, plastic and so on.
Contact allergy to various components of topical preparations for treatment of external otitis.
Contact allergy can cause skin redness, sores, and infection as well as hair loss.
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