Dermatitis Information Articles : Signs And Symptoms
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Neurodermatitis Treatment and Info
Written by Megan Kinder, with some help from SkinCarePhysicians.com.
Imagine an itch so intense that no amount of scratching brings relief and you have some idea of what it feels like to have neurodermatitis. This common eczema develops when nerve endings in the skin become irritated, triggering a severe itch-scratch-itch cycle. Common causes of nerve irritation include an insect bite and emotional stress.
Foot Dermatitis Symtoms
Written by Megan Kinder, with information gathered from credible sources, research, and user submissions - mostly the American Academy of Dermatology.
Learn all about the signs and symtoms of foot dermatitis. Small, deep blisters can form on the feet, especially the soles, and can be a sign of foot dermatitis. Learn all about Foot Dermatitis here at DermatitisInformation.com.
Occupational Dermatitis: Caused In The Workplace
Written by Megan Kinder, Dermatitis Information editor. Information sources included SkinCarePhysicians.com as well as in-person interviews.
Occupational dermatitis is not one specific type of eczema. It is any type of eczema caused by a person’s workplace. This distinct classification came about because occupational dermatitis has unique causes and a large number of people develop eczema on the job.
Developing in the lower legs, this common eczema occurs when circulation becomes sluggish. Poor blood flow causes fluids to build up, and the legs swell. Over time, this build up of fluids affects the skin, causing a rash that usually itches, painful sores, as well as thinning and discolored skin. Effective treatment involves treating not only the dermatitis but the circulatory problem as well.
Often appearing after a skin injury, such as a burn, abrasion, or insect bite, the hallmark of this common eczema is unique, coin-shaped (nummular) or oval lesions. One or many patches can develop that may last for weeks or months.
Hand Dermatitis (Eczema)
Hand dermatitis is not one specific type of eczema as is atopic dermatitis or seborrheic dermatitis. Any type of eczema that develops on the hands can be classified as “hand dermatitis.” Why this special classification? Hand dermatitis often has unique causes — frequently job-related — and can require special treatment considerations.