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- Contact dermatitis
Contact dermatitis usually occurs on areas of your body that have been directly exposed to the reaction-causing substance — for example, along a calf that brushed against poison ivy or under a watchband. The rash usually develops within minutes to hours of exposure and can last two to four weeks.
Signs and symptoms of contact dermatitis include:
A red rash
Itching, which may be severe
Dry, crack Read More
Atopic dermatitis or eczema may last for years. To control it, you might need to try a variety of medications over the course of months or years. Additionally, even after successful therapy, signs and symptoms could come back (flare).Early diagnosis of the illness is crucial in order to begin treatment. Your doctor might advise one or more of the following therapies if routine moisturizing and other self-care pract Read More
- Johnson-stevens disease
Johnson –stevens disease is a very rare syndrome with potentially fatal skin reactions in which loss of skin occurs and mucosal membranes accompanied by systemic symptoms is shown in some case. For these conditions, in 80% of cases, the reactions from medications are responsible.This condition requires intensive care or burn care unit in hospitalization,If a person is taking unessential medication Read More
- Wiskott aldrich syndrome
Wiskott Aldrich syndrome is a syndrome that contains various conditions resulting from a mutation in WAS gene. Mutation in WAS gene results in a deficiency in WASP protein then platelet count starts decreasing. That is called thrombocytopenia. This disease is of immunological deficiency and reduced ability to form blood clots.In this disease, the problems like bloody diarrhea, recurrent infections, scaling, itchy s Read More