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Saving Face: Dermatologists Helping Patients Identify Source of Facial Allergic Contact Dermatitis by Medline Plus Posted Mon 05 Aug 2013 7:47pm Source: American Academy of Dermatology Related MedlinePlus Page: Rashes Read on »
Medical Journal Tests Reactions to Contact With Thimerosal by Ginger T. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:02pm 2 Comments Contact Dermatitis Volume 53 Page 324 - December 2005 doi:10.1111/j.0105-1873.2005.00591.x Volume 53 Issue 6 Thimerosal – Is it really irrelevant? Dan Slodownik1 and Arieh Ingber Abstract: Recently, several investigators claimed that thimerosal is one of the most irrelevant allergens existing in screening for contact der ... Read on »
Most Shy Children Do Not Suffer From Social Phobia by Poh Tin Tan Posted Fri 21 Oct 2011 12:00am James Fulton Jr, MD, PhD; Chief Editor: Dirk M Elston, MD more... Medical Care Treatment should be directed toward the known pathogenic factors involved in acne. These include follicular hyperproliferation, excess sebum, P acnes, and inflammation. The grade and severity of the acne help in determining which of the following treatments, alone ... Read on »
Acne Vulgaris Treatment & Management by Poh Tin Tan Posted Fri 21 Oct 2011 11:48pm James Fulton Jr, MD, PhD; Chief Editor: Dirk M Elston, MD more...Medical CareTreatment should be directed toward the known pathogenic factors involved in acne. These include follicular hyperproliferation, excess sebum, P acnes, and inflammation. The grade and severity of the acne help in determining which of the following treatments, alone or i ... Read on »
Atopic Dermatitis : Diagnosis & Pathogenesis by Poh Tin Tan Posted Tue 27 Dec 2011 10:10pm Cases in Atopic DermatitisMedscape Pediatrics CME Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MDProfessor of Clinical Pediatrics and Medicine (Dermatology), University of California Pathogenesis and Diagnosis of Atopic DermatitisAtopic dermatitis (AD) is a common inflammatory skin disorder affecting 10%-20% of children during their first decade of life. It is chara ... Read on »
Alternative Test Models: Toxicity Testing Takes Stock by Environmental Health Posted Fri 29 Feb 2008 9:00pm Alternative Test Models: Toxicity Testing Takes Stock Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
Red, Itchy Rash? by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Mon 06 Aug 2012 10:02pm NIH News in Health You’ve probably had a rash at some point or another, whether from poison ivy or the chickenpox or something more unusual. Why does your skin break out in red blotches like that? More important, is there anything you can do about it? We often think of the skin as a barrierit keeps the insides of o ... Read on »
Learn About Occupational Irritant Contact Dermatitis by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sun 19 Feb 2012 4:34am 1 Comment People with eczema know that controlling your eczema trigger is the key to controlling your condition. Many types of eczema are controlled simply by limiting or avoiding exposure to certain triggers. While you may be able to control your exposure in your home, it may be more difficult when you are at work. What if the only way you can earn ... Read on »
Clothing for Contact Dermatitis Sufferers. by Kevin .. Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 2:55pm 1 Comment For people who suffer from contact dermatitis (or other skin diseases) have a difficult time finding clothing that they can wear. Even the softest cotton or the touch of a seam can cause great discomfort and irritation. However, here is a UK company that has created silk undergarments that will protect these sufferers from their clothing. T ... Read on »
Work-related skin problem in restaurant, catering and fast-food personnel by Annet Lenderink Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 10:02pm To determine the prevalence and risk factors for contact dermatitis and burns among restaurant, catering and fast-food outlet (FFO) staff, workers were interviewed and then clinical examination and patch and/or prick tests were conducted in selected individuals. 65 from 335 (19%) had occupational dermatitis or burns and contact dermatitis ... Read on »