ALLERGIC DERMATITIS - SKIN DISEASES

Allergic Dermatitis



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What is a diastema and how is it treated?
Allergic dermatitis, also known as contact dermatitis, is an allergic reaction that occurs on the skin due to contact with an irritating substance such as soap, cosmetics, costume jewelry, and even flea bites, producing red spots and itching at the site that was in contact with the substance. Generally, allergic dermatitis does not cause health problems, nor does it endanger the patient's life, however, it can be very uncomfortable or cause skin infections if not treated properly