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der·ma·ti·tis

 (dûr′mə-tī′tĭs)
n.
Inflammation of the skin.

dermatitis

(ˌdɜːməˈtaɪtɪs)
n
(Pathology) inflammation of the skin

der•ma•ti•tis

(ˌdɜr məˈtaɪ tɪs)

n.
inflammation of the skin.
[1875–80; < Greek dermat-, s. of dérma skin + -itis]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dermatitis - inflammation of the skin; skin becomes itchy and may develop blisters
actinic dermatitis - dermatitis caused exposure to sunlight
atopic dermatitis, atopic eczema - a severe form of dermatitis characterized by atopy
contact dermatitis - a delayed type of allergic reaction of the skin resulting from skin contact with a specific allergen (such as poison ivy)
cradle cap - a dermatitis of the scalp that is common in infants
diaper dermatitis, diaper rash - dermatitis of the thighs and buttocks of infants; supposedly caused by ammonia in the urine in the child's diapers
hypericism - a severe dermatitis of herbivorous domestic animals attributable to photosensitivity from eating Saint John's wort
neurodermatitis - dermatitis in which localized areas (especially the forearms or back of the neck or outer part of the ankle) itch persistently; cause is unknown
schistosome dermatitis, swimmer's itch - a sensitization reaction to repeated invasion of the skin by cercariae of schistosomes
eczema - generic term for inflammatory conditions of the skin; particularly with vesiculation in the acute stages
seborrheic dermatitis, seborrheic eczema - a chronic skin disease associated with seborrhea and greasy scales on the scalp or eyelids or other parts of the skin
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dermatitis

[ˌdɜːməˈtaɪtɪs] Ndermatitis f inv

dermatitis

[ˌdɜːrməˈtaɪtɪs] n (= skin disease) → dermatite f, dermite f

dermatitis

dermatitis

[ˌdɜːməˈtaɪtɪs] ndermatite f

der·ma·ti·tis

n. dermatitis, dermitis, cualquier infl. de la piel;
atopic ______ atópica;
___ by contact___ por contacto;
___ medicamentosa___ medicamentosa;
___ papillaris capillitii___ papillaris capillitii;
erythematic ______ eritematosa;
gangrenous ______ gangrenosa;
occupational ______ ocupacional, industrial;
seborrheic ______ seborréica.

dermatitis

n dermatitis f; atopic — dermatitis atópica; cercarial — dermatitis por cercarias; contact — dermatitis de contacto; — herpetiformis dermatitis herpetiforme; irritant — dermatitis irritativa; seborrheic — dermatitis seborreica; stasis — dermatitis por estasis
References in periodicals archive ?
* Venous stasis dermatitis. Unlike ENV, this condition involves pitting edema with erythema and does not have a verrucous appearance.
If a patient present with cellulitis on both legs, think venous stasis dermatitis, which is the no.
The best solution, he continued, is for dermatologists to take the initiative in educating hospitalists, emergency medicine specialists, and primary care physicians on the common mimickers of cellulitis, especially stasis dermatitis and contact dermatitis.
In a study by Jindal et al, [9] Seborrheic dermatitis was found in 20 (1.4%), contact dermatitis in 101 (7.3%) and Stasis dermatitis in 8 (0.6%).
SAN FRANCISCO -- If a patient presents with cellulitis on both legs, think venous stasis dermatitis, which is the number one misdiagnosis of cellulitis and a frequent cause of unnecessary hospitalization for so-called "red leg," according to Kanade Shinkai, MD, PhD.
(2) Patients with chronic leg ulcers or stasis dermatitis are also at higher risk of developing allergies to ingredients in their wound care dressings and treatment.
In angioproliferative lesions as a result of venous insufficiency and stasis dermatitis, acroangiodermatitis (pseudo-KS) is initially considered.
For excluding chronic venous insufficiency clinically expressed by edema, pruritus stasis dermatitis, hair loss,lipodermatosclerosis with or without venous ulceration, duplex ultrasonography was performed and found to be within normal limits.
Obesity grade II was significantly associated with acanthosis nigricans, viral infections, hirsutism, striae and stasis dermatitis.
Stasis dermatitis, an inflammatory skin disease that occurs on the lower extremities, is found in approximately 15-20 million people age 50 and older.