Dermatitis

Dermatitis is an infection of the skin. The skin may become itchy and progress to a bumpy red rash that may become tender. There may also be pus-filled blisters that are usually found surrounding hair follicles.
What is Dermatitis?

The term dermatitis refers to inflammation of the skin and is usually characterized by a rash, itching and skin lesions such as blisters or pustules that may leak and crust over. A sensation of tingling, burning and stinging are other typical features.

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Almirall's Ebglyss recommended by NICE for NHS atopic dermatitis patients

Almirall's Ebglyss recommended by NICE for NHS atopic dermatitis patients

FDA approved PDE4 inhibitor roflumilast for atopic dermatitis

FDA approved PDE4 inhibitor roflumilast for atopic dermatitis

Researchers identify molecular processes crucial for the maturation of Group 2 innate lymphoid cells

Researchers identify molecular processes crucial for the maturation of Group 2 innate lymphoid cells

Archaeal, fungal, viral, as well as bacterial, functional makers for autism spectrum disorder in children

Archaeal, fungal, viral, as well as bacterial, functional makers for autism spectrum disorder in children

Innovative aptamer cream shows promise in treating allergic contact dermatitis in mice

Innovative aptamer cream shows promise in treating allergic contact dermatitis in mice

Bird flu virus detected in Alaskan polar bear

Bird flu virus detected in Alaskan polar bear

NIAID scientists discover probiotic treatment for eczema

NIAID scientists discover probiotic treatment for eczema

“G900” gene enhancers may play a pivotal role in asthma-associated inflammation

“G900” gene enhancers may play a pivotal role in asthma-associated inflammation

Study links gene regulation to allergic airway inflammation

Study links gene regulation to allergic airway inflammation

Tips to help keep feet healthy during summer and prevent athlete’s foot

Tips to help keep feet healthy during summer and prevent athlete’s foot

Breathing New Life into Diagnostics: Plasmion's SICRIT® Technology

Breathing New Life into Diagnostics: Plasmion's SICRIT® Technology

Excess sodium intake may increase the risk of eczema flares

Excess sodium intake may increase the risk of eczema flares

Statins found to prevent chronic inflammation-related cancers by inhibiting interleukin-33

Statins found to prevent chronic inflammation-related cancers by inhibiting interleukin-33

Study uncovers key biological pathways driving psoriasis inflammation

Study uncovers key biological pathways driving psoriasis inflammation

Researchers discover potential new treatment for alopecia areata

Researchers discover potential new treatment for alopecia areata

USC study unveils iron as key driver of lung inflammation in allergic asthma

USC study unveils iron as key driver of lung inflammation in allergic asthma

Tailored vaccine may hold the key to treating eczema in children

Tailored vaccine may hold the key to treating eczema in children

Deciphering the role of Th2-multipotent progenitor cells in chronic allergic inflammation

Deciphering the role of Th2-multipotent progenitor cells in chronic allergic inflammation

Study investigates the potential effects of neonatal vitamin D on eczema up to adulthood

Study investigates the potential effects of neonatal vitamin D on eczema up to adulthood

Exposed to agent orange at US bases, veterans face cancer without VA compensation

Exposed to agent orange at US bases, veterans face cancer without VA compensation

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