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What is Allergic Dermatitis?

Description of the Disease

Allergic dermatitis is an inflammatory skin condition that occurs when an allergen comes into contact with the skin. This can be a food product, household chemicals, plants, animals, and other substances. As a result of interaction with the skin, an allergic reaction develops, which manifests as inflammation and itching.


  • Contact allergic dermatitis
  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Acne dermatitis


Symptoms of allergic dermatitis include skin inflammation, redness, itching, flaking, and blister formation.


The cause of allergic dermatitis is the impact of allergens on the skin. This can be contact with plants, as well as the consumption of certain food products.


Diagnostic tests for allergic dermatitis include skin tests, blood tests for the level of immunoglobulins, as well as examination by a dermatologist.


Treatment of allergic dermatitis includes eliminating contact with the allergen, using anti-inflammatory ointments and creams, and taking antihistamine drugs.


Preventive measures for allergic dermatitis include avoiding contact with known allergens and using hypoallergenic household chemicals and cosmetics.


To diagnose and treat allergic dermatitis, it is necessary to consult a dermatologist.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.