actinic dermatitis

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Noun1.actinic dermatitis - dermatitis caused exposure to sunlightactinic dermatitis - dermatitis caused exposure to sunlight
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The lime juice reacted with sunlight on his skin causing Phytophotodermatitis, a condition that some call "margarita photodermatitis"--burning, itching and severe redness that required a trip to the dermatologist's office and a steroid cream prescription.
One form of eczema where it's inadvisable to expose your skin to the sun is photodermatitis. It's a chronic condition where people have an allergic reaction to UV rays on their skin.
In view of SPFX-induced photodermatitis, that treatment was stopped and we prescribed ofloxacin in tablet form, 200 mg b.i.d.
It can reach over 3 metres in height and, although it is not an unattractive plant, its sap causes photodermatitis or photosensitivity where the skin becomes very sensitive to sunlight and can suffer blistering, pigmentation and long-lasting scars.
Photodermatitis and photokeratoconjunctivitis in a ball python (Python regius) and a blue-tongue skink (Tiliqua ssp).
Preventable skin diseases prevalent in Pakistan include cutaneous infections and infestations like scabies pyogenic bacterial fungal and viral infections cutaneous leishmaniasis and non infectious diseases like photodermatitis contact eczema drug eruptions etc2710.
Safety was determined by observing body weight and incidence of photokeratitis and photodermatitis. Efficacy was evaluated by measuring changes in serum 25-hydroxycholecalciferol levels.
Dermatologic side effects included rash and photodermatitis. A chart review considered the reason for change in MDT as documented in the medical chart.
This has to be differentiated from sun burns and photodermatitis by presence of pathological skin changes without presence of any photodynamic agent in later.
[10] The cutaneous, or erythropoietic, porphyrias primarily affect the skin, causing photosensitivity (photodermatitis), blisters, necrosis of the skin and gums, itching, and swelling, and increased hair growth on areas such as the forehead.
In addition to acne, the differential diagnosis of rosacea should include seborrheic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, photodermatitis, sunburn, and other dermatologic conditions, as well as systemic diseases such as polycythemia vera, mastocytosis, superior vena cava syndrome, carcinoid syndrome, systemic lupus erythematosus, dermatomyositis, and mixed connective tissue disease.
Further exposure will likely result in sunburn and increase the risk of sun poisoning, which is also known as photodermatitis.