Controlling Sebarea Dermatitis

Sebarea dermatitis or otherwise known as seborrhea is commonly known also as dandruff. It is a skin condition where the individual is affected with dandruff, inflamed skin or redness on the scalp and parts of the face, thick scales on the scalp and other parts of the face and even on the torso, especially below … Read more

Causes And Treatments Of Photoallergic Dermatitis

Photoallergic dermatitis is also called a sun rash. This allergic reaction manifests itself as small blisters which look red and may be small or large spots all over the skin that is exposed to the sun. Not all skin areas may have the rash; it usually depends on the individual. Photoallergic dermatitis appears after just … Read more

Atrophic Dermatitis: Triggers and Treatments

Atrophic dermatitis is a common form of eczema. It is rather severe and is usually chronic. Our skin’s ability to maintain moisture is disrupted by this condition which results in very dry, inflamed skin. Atrophic dermatitis usually occurs in skin folds and creases, like the insides of elbows, the backs of knees and hands and … Read more

Allergic Dermatitis Caused By Pets

It’s been known that allergies are one of the most common causes of skin conditions. People encountered it usually in pets, especially dogs, as often seen in humans. Allergies in pets can cause skin conditions. Allergies go by several names; allergic skin disease, the atopy and allergic inhalant dermatitis. Allergies are chronic in nature that … Read more

A Guide to Foot Dermatitis

Foot dermatitis is a very serious and common skin condition, one which is basically an inflammation of the skin, and there are several different types, including cercarial dermatitis, dermatitis herpetiformis, atopic dermatitis, seborrhoeic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, nummular dermatitis, and dyshidrotic dermatitis. It is a condition that has often been confused with eczema, but in fact, … Read more

Atopic Dermatitis and Flaxseed Oil

Atopic dermatitis is a chronic disease that targets the skin. It is most commonly known as eczema or atopic eczema. “Dermatitis” literally means an inflammation of the skin. Atopic dermatitis is usually found in patients who have an “atopic tendency”. These only mean that they have a high risk of acquiring atopic diseases such as … Read more

Transcribing Dermatology Dictation

Most dermatologic diseases respond well to topical drug therapy. There are mild cases of skin diseases like acne, psoriasis, and poison ivy that can be successfully treated with topical agents. Acne drugs consist of various creams, lotions, and gels to apply topically. These drugs act to cleanse away oil and dead skin, to close the … Read more