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  • Contact Dermatitis
    http://www.skincarephysicians.com/eczemanet/contact_dermatitis.html
    Contact with everyday objects — from shampoo and jewelry to food and water — causes this very common type of eczema. When the contact leads to irritated skin, the eczema is called irritant contact dermatitis. If an allergic reaction develops on the skin after exposure, the eczema is called allergic contact dermatitis.
  • Itchy Skin Remedies
    Alex Barton
    Suggestions to relieve itchy skin.
  • Perioral Dermatitis Toothpaste
    Written by Megan Kinder with information gathered information from a "Healthy Living Information" blog as well as several credible message boards to compile this article.
    Almost most of the patients with treatment-refractory skin disorder-like perioral dermatitis, all had been using perioral dermatitis toothpaste which contains fluoride. When these patients were changed to non-fluoridated perioral dermatitis toothpaste, about one half had a clearance of their wounds within two to four weeks. The non-responders then changed from their existing perioral dermatitis toothpaste, which contained clearing up and seasoning agents and other strange chemicals, to baking soda and a commercial usable gargle after brushing.
  • Seborrheic Dermatitis: Spreads To The Face & Beyond
    Written by Megan Kinder
    Usually beginning on the scalp as oily, waxy patches, this common type of eczema sometimes spreads to the face and beyond. A severe case, while rare, produces widespread lesions. Like most types of eczema, seborrheic dermatitis tends to flare in cold, dry weather.
  • Pustular Psoriasis
    http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/psoriasis/pustular-psoriasis
    Pustular psoriasis is an uncommon form of psoriasis. People with pustular psoriasis have clearly defined, raised bumps on the skin that are filled with pus (pustules). The skin under and around these bumps is red. Large portions of the skin may redden.
  • Psoriasiform Spongiotic Dermatitis
    Written by Megan Kinder
    Psoriasiform Spongiotic Dermatitis with neutrophils in the cornified layer is a form of an inflammatory skin disease that is characterized by a horrible rash which begins as a red color, and which is often accompanied with mounds of parakeratosis. As the disease progresses, a plaque that is covered by scales becomes visible.
  • What factors can aggravate atopic dermatitis?
    Medical Author: Gary W. Cole, MD, FAAD // Medical Editor: William C. Shiel Jr., MD, FACP, FACR
    Irritants are substances that directly affect the skin, and when used in high enough concentrations with long enough contact, cause the skin to become red and itchy or to burn
  • Atopic Eczema
    Megan Kinder
    There is no single cause of eczema. It probably has a mixture of inherited and environmental causes that act together at different times. You may be born with an increased likelihood of developing eczema, which you inherit from your parents. When you are exposed to environmental factors, such as dust or pollen, this causes eczema to appear.
  • Spongiotic Dermatitis Treatment
    Written by Megan Kinder
    Spongiotic Dermatitis is not much more than acute eczema and you should not let the terminology frighten you. You’ll find this rather nasty red rash affects predominantly your chest, stomach and buttocks, all areas which are not often on open display in public!
  • Dyshidrotic Dermatitis
    Written by Megan Kinder, with some information gathered from articles on SkinCarePhysicians.com.
    Occurring only on the palms of the hands, sides of the fingers, and soles of the feet, this common eczema typically causes a burning or itching sensation and a blistering rash. Some patients say the blisters resemble tapioca pudding.
  • Perioral Dermatitis Natural Cure
    Written and submitted to DermatitisInformation.com by Sarah Villafranco, MD of Osmia Organics in Carbondale, CO.
    For my Perioral Dermatitis natural cure, here are the things I changed: (A) I stopped fluoride toothpaste, (B) I stopped using sodium laureth sulfate in my hair care products, (C) I started evening primrose oil supplements, and (D) I took a less-is-more approach with my skin, which I continue to follow. Read my story here, and my path to a Perioral Dermatitis natural cure.
  • Treatment for Scalp Psoriasis
    Written by Megan Kinder, with some information gathered from the National Psoriasis Foundation, American Academy of Dermatology, Hitti, and Mayo Clinic
    Although many people seek Treatment for Scalp psoriasis, it unfortunately cannot be cured, but its symptoms can be treated and management of the disease can be effective. Treatment typically begins with a topical medication. Anthralin, for example, is a scalp treatment that is applied to the scalp, left on for a short period of time and then washed off.
  • Seborrheic Dermatitis Symptoms
    Written by Megan Kinder, with information gathered from credible sources, research, and user submissions - including MedicineNet.com.
    If you're looking for Seborrheic Dermatitis Symptoms, you should know that the rash itself is characteristically red and scaling but occasionally can become weepy and oozy. The scaling can be extensive enough to be called dandruff and can be the patient's major complaint. Here, we will talk about The Distribution of Seborrheic Dermatitis Symptoms on the Body, and Seborrheic Dermatitis Symptoms in the Diaper Area.
  • Foot Dermatitis Risk Factors
    Written by Megan Kinder, with information gathered from credible sources, research, and user submissions - mostly the American Academy of Dermatology.
    Learn all about the risk factors of foot dermatitis. Researchers have identified several factors, such as stress, gender, weather, pre-existing atopic condition, pre-existing contact dermatitis, pre-existing infection, and even metal implants. Learn all about Foot Dermatitis here at DermatitisInformation.com.
  • Eosinophilic Dermatitis Treatment
    Written by Megan Kinder
    A generalized, chronic, progressive, exfoliative, eosinophilic dermatitis treatment in five horses is described. Histologically, the lesion is characterized by a superficial and deep perivascular dermatitis which is eosinophil-rich with a marked lymphocytic and plasmacytic component, accompanied by marked acanthosis and hyperkeratosis. More severe cases progress to a lichenoid pattern with the same cellular composition with focal eosinophilic spongiosis and eosinophilic subcorneal pustules. Clinically, the disease is associated with chronic, severe weight loss and is fulminating. The skin lesions are accompanied by lympho-plasmacytic and eosinophilic infiltrates and formation of eosinophilic granulomas in other epithelial organs, most noticeably the pancreas, in which a chronic, fibrosing pancreatitis develops. Other epithelial organs involved to various degrees are salivary glands, the gastrointestinal system, including the oral cavity and esophagus, biliary epithelium and bronchial epithelium. The etiology of this disease is unknown, but here we are examining the Eosinophilic Dermatitis Treatment used.
  • Molluscum Contagiosum Treatment
    Written by Megan Kinder, with information referenced for convenience (to our growing DermatitisInformation.com base of 2,500+ monthly readers) per month with permission from Covenant Care Pediatrics, P.C.
    What should I expect when approaching Molluscum Contagiosum Treatment? It starts with one or several of the small bumps. It often spreads to surrounding skin, and may appear elsewhere on the body as well. What are the options for Molluscum Contagiosum Treatment? It does not usually require any treatment; it benign and will eventually go away. Some of the treatments are worse than the infection itself; some can lead to side effects including pain and scarring. Sometimes severe cases need to be treated, or cases where a lesion is getting irritated or causing problems. Sometimes an acne medication (a retinoid) is effective and can be tried if desired.
  • Mild Dermatitis Herpetiformis
    Written by Megan Kinder.
    Mild dermatitis herpetiformis is an extremely itchy rash made of bumps and blisters. The rash is chronic, which means it continues over a long period of time. What can cause Mild Dermatitis Herpetiformis? You guessed it... unknown! The cause of mild dermatitis herpetiformis is unknown. However, there is a strong link to celiac sprue disease (gluten insensitivity).
  • Molluscum Dermatitis
    Written by Megan Kinder, with information referenced for convenience to our growing DermatitisInformation.com reader base of 2,500+ people per month with permission from Covenant Care Pediatrics, P.C.
    Molluscum Dermatitis, referred to in the medical industry as Molluscum contagiosum, is a kind of wart that is relatively common in children. Instead of causing one to a few large, rough, unattractive warts, molluscum appears as clusters of tiny, shiny warts. They are benign and usually go away on their own without any treatment. The disease has increased dramatically over the past few decades.
  • Urticarial Dermatitis Treatment
    Written by Megan Kinder, with information referenced for convenience to our growing DermatitisInformation.com reader base of 2,500+ people per month with permission from Allergy Associates, Inc.
    Urticarial Dermatitis consists of Hives or urticaria, which are red, itchy, swollen areas of the skin that can range in size and appear anywhere on the body. Approximately 25% of the U.S. population will experience an episode of hives at least once in their lives.
  • Infantile Seborrheic Dermatitis vs. Eczema
    Written by Megan Kinder, with some information gathered from Cohen S in his "Should we treat infantile seborrhoeic dermatitis with topical antifungals or topical steroids?" article, Sheffield RC, Crawford P, Wright ST, et al in their "Clinical inquiries. What's the best treatment for cradle cap?" article.
    Infantile Seborrheic Dermatitis vs. Eczema... Seborrhoeic dermatitis is a condition that can affect infants and cause hard scales on the scalp - often referred to as cradle cap. It also affects adults, starting around puberty and peaking at around 40 years.
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