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What Is Allergic Dermatitis?
- Dec 04, 2018 -

Allergic dermatitis is often secondary to eczema or local skin infections. It begins with a large blister of the needle. The base is reddened and the lesions gradually enlarge, forming a coin-like blisters, which is then expanded, followed by drying and desquamation. When the lesion develops, it is like exfoliative dermatitis, such as eyelid edema, blister gradually becomes a big bubble, even bleeding, and desquamation is like contact dermatitis.

Allergic dermatitis

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