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

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7%) had allergic dermatitis, and 8(10%) had both allergic rhinitis and dermatitis.
Also, contact dermatitis can be an overlay on preexisting allergic dermatitis, so patch testing can still be helpful for these children.
Table 1: Signs and symptoms of nickel allergy (14) Intraoral Extraoral Stomatitis from mild to severe Generalized urticaria erythema Papula-perioral rash Widespread eczema Loss of taste or metallic taste Flareup of allergic dermatitis Burning sensation Exacerbation of preexisting eczema Soreness at the side of the tongue Angular cheilitis Severe gingivitis in the absence of plaque
Contact irritant and allergic dermatitis are frequently seen as the feet are frequently exposed to potential sources of irritation and can be affected by contact dermatitis.
Dental materials based on methacrylate and its polymer appear to be a significant reason for con- tact dermatitis aggravation of skin conditions eyes or mucous membranes allergic dermatitis asthma and paresthesia in the fingers.
The gluten-free nonstaining gel and spray work without risk of aggravating allergic dermatitis and have lower sensitizing risks than products containing benzocaine or antihistamines.
The overall prevalence of allergic dermatitis was 13.
Available at such retail chains as Walgreens and Rite Aid, physician-recommended Itch-X Gel can help relieve irritated or dry, itchy skin without the risk of aggravating allergic dermatitis.
These are fleas, allergic dermatitis, and lick granulomas.
Allergic Dermatitis -- this is a very rare presentation.
10), have shown that the most frequent dermatological diseases were, in a decreasing order, flea bite allergic dermatitis, skin neoplasia, bacterial piodermitis, seborrhea, allergies, demodicosis, scabies, immune mediated dermatosis, endocrine dermatosis and acral lick dermatitis.
Among all such disorders, the most frequently observed is allergic dermatitis, an extremely itchy skin condition that is brought on by an allergic response to a foreign substance--airborne pollen, for example, or an ingredient in an animal's food.
Electromagnetic radiation emitted by cell phones is another factor that contributes to eczema and allergic dermatitis.
Some cats have a genetic predisposition to allergic dermatitis caused by environmental allergens (atopy), and pedigreed cats have a higher predisposition than cats in the general population, according to Dr.
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