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n. pl. der·ma·to·ses (-sēz)
A skin disease, especially one that is not accompanied by inflammation.
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n, pl -toses (-ˈtəʊsiːz)
(Pathology) any skin disease
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(ˌdɜr məˈtoʊ sɪs)

n., pl. -to•ses (-ˈtoʊ siz)
any disease of the skin.
[1865–70; < Greek dermat-, s. of dérma skin + -osis]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dermatosis - disorder involving lesions or eruptions of the skin (in which there is usually no inflammation)
disease of the skin, skin disease, skin disorder - a disease affecting the skin
pityriasis - any of several skin disorders characterized by shedding dry flakes of skin
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nHautkrankheit f, → Dermatose f (spec)
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, dermatosis
n. dermatopatía, dermatosis, cualquier enfermedad de la piel.
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This finding is comparative to the reports from the other parts of the Kingdom such as 27.2% from Al-Hassa and 19.23% from Jeddah regions.11,12 These included eczematous dermatosis, allergy, infectious dermatosis, and other different infections such as pigmentary disorders and acne.
Las diferentes enfermedades que afectan a la piel de los caninos pueden clasificarse de acuerdo a su mecanismo patogenico en congenitas y hereditarias, desordenes de la diferenciacion epidermica, anomalias de la pigmentacion, danos fisicoquimicos, deficiencias nutricionales, enfermedades endocrinas, dermatosis inmunomediadas, enfermedades infecciosas (virus, bacterias, hongos, protozoarios, ectoparasitos artropodos y helmintos), neoplasicas y miscelaneas.
dermatosis, or skin lesions that are cracked and patchy
Prurigo nodularis is a dermatosis originating from pruritus and the persistence and progression of skin lesions are strictly correlated to scratching and rubbing.This is more frequent in middle-aged women.
The physician diagnosed terra firma-forme dermatosis (TFFD) in this patient, noting the "dirty brown coloration" and distribution that did not suggest post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation or melasma.
[1] Primary erythroderma arises on normal looking skin due to an underlying systemic disorder including malignancy or because of a drug reaction, while secondary erythroderma arises from pre-existing dermatoses like psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, Pityriasis rubra pilaris and actinic dermatosis. [2] Early diagnosis of the aetiology helps in proper management of cases and also treating the underlying associated pathology, thus decreasing morbidity of patients.
EN can be triggered by different types of infections such as streptococcus, mycoplasma, tuberculosis, or bacterial gastroenteritis; medications such as OCs, sulfonamides, iodides, penicillin, or bromides; medical conditions that include inflammatory bowel disease, pregnancy, or sarcoidosis; or neutrophilic dermatosis and malignancy such as leukemia and Hodgkin disease.
The authors present the case of a female patient, that, six months after chronic IBD of the ileum and sigmoid colon had been discovered, developed a rare manifestation of exacerbation of CD in the form of acute febrile neutrophilic dermatosis, also known as Sweet's syndrome.
Acute febrile neutrophilic dermatosis, previously called Sweet syndrome, is an uncommon condition characterized by fever, elevated neutrophil count, and tender, red, cutaneous papules, plaques, or nodules.
Different types of skin infections were seen in 96 (55.2%) of the patients, making it the most common dermatosis. Other commonly observed dermatoses were generalized pruritus in absence of any obvious skin lesion in 33 (19.0%) patients, acrochordons in 20 (11.5%) patients and diabetic foot in 16 (9.1%) patients.