Journal of Dermatitis
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Dermatitis is a skin disorder that causes inflammation of the skin. It belongs to the branch of Dermatological immunology. It deals with skin disorders that are caused due to allergic reactions and skin inflammation. These are caused due to adverse drug reactions. Dermatitis occurs in different forms. The symptoms are itchy rash and reddened skin. It is not a contagious disease and doesnot pose any threat to life.

The Journal of Dermatitis is an open access, peer-reviewed scientific journal dealing with articles on various aspects of Dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, stasis dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, spongiotic dermatitis, chronic dermatitis, skin dermatitis, nummular dermatitis, exfoliative dermatitis, sweat dermatitis, facial dermatitis, neuro dermatitis, advances in atopic dermatitis treatment, advances in perioral dermatitis, advances in stasis dermatitis treatment, acute dermatitis treatment, Natural Remedies for Dermatitis, Acrodermatitis, Dyshidrotic eczema, Baby Eczema, Nummular Eczema, Advances in Eczema Cure, Eczema Herpaticum, Eczema Natural Treatment, Dyshidrotic Eczema Home Remedies, Scalp Eczema, Hand Eczema, Alternative Medicine for Eczema, Hypnosis, Traditional Chinese herbs, Probiotics, Herbal Medicine for Eczema and Chinese Medicine for Eczema.

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Dermatitis

It is well known as Eczema, It is an inflammation that affects the skin. It is signalized by itchy, erythematous, vesicular, weeping, and crusting patches. The term eczema is also commonly used to relate atopic dermatitis. Also known as atopic eczema. While, dermatitis and eczema are synonyms, while in some languages dermatitis inferred an acute condition and eczema a chronic one. The cause of dermatitis is unclear however one possibility is a undermined interplay between the immune system and skin.

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Seborrheic Dermatitis

It is also known as sebopsoriasis, seborrhei eczema, dandruff and pityriasis capitis.It is a chronic, relapsing and usually mild dermatitis while in infants seborrheic dermatitis is usually known as cradle cap. Seborrheic dermatitis is considered to be an inflammatory where skin disorder affecting the scalp, face and torso.

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Stasis Dermatitis

It is considered to be a skin inflammation provoke by blood pooling in the veins in your legs. Pooling of blood in the veins of the legs is commonly called venous insufficiency or venous stasis however venous pooling exerts the pressure inside the veins to be higher than normal (venous hypertension).

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Nummular Dermatitis

Other common names of nummular dermatitis are “Discoid Eczema, Microbial Eczema, Nummular Eczema and NummularNeurodermatitis”. These are the many forms of dermatitis. However it is characterised by round or oval shaped itchy lessions. Causes of nummular eczema can be poor by stress and increased usage of caffeine which dehydrates the body and hence the skin.

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Exfoliative Dermatitis

Exfoliative dermatitis is peeling of the skin over large areas of the body while the term “exfoliative” means the exfoliation, or shedding, of the skin. Sometimes “Dermatitis” means irritation of the skin. The skin peeling may be related with pre-existing medical conditions found in some people, while in some the cause is unknown. Exfoliative dermatitis, also called erythroderma, is serious but rather uncommon. Problems can include infection, loss of nutrients, and dehydration.

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Neuro Dermatitis

Neurodermatitis begins with a patch of itchy skin, but scratching that area makes the area itchier. After a period of time you may scratch simply out of habit. This cycle of chronic itching and scratching can results in affected skin to become thick and leathery. Neurodermatitis is also known as lichen simplex chronicus.

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Advances in Atopic Dermatitis Treatment

A variety of different therapeutic process is used for atopic dermatitis. The combination of topical and systemic agents for the treatment of atopic dermatitis has been improved in past decades. Numerous therapies for atopic dermatitis require improved RCTs and comparative trials like corticosteroids vs. calcinerium inhibitors.

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Advances in Perioral Dermatitis Treatment

A combination of oral and topical medications is used to cute perional dermatitis. If perional dermatitis is caused by the use of tropical steroid than the slow and careful withdrawal of the steroid is the key element to treat it. The increase in use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication will help to treat it.

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Lichenoids Dermatitis Treatment

Treatment of lichenoid dermatitis depends successfully on the reason of the rash. Certain medications, which are used to treat high blood pressure, hypoglycemia or arthritis, are the reason to cause this reaction. Cortisone lotion and Antihistamines are another common treatment and are frequently used in conjunction with other treatments which block the source of the reaction on a cellular level, while also reducing the body’s reaction.

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Advanced Dermatitis Shampoos

Medicated shampoos are used to treat seborrheic treatment. Several treatment process are present for seborrheic dermatitis and dandruff including shampoos, which contain both active ingredients associated to antimycotic or anti-inflammatory effects and also surfactant ingredients that permit these shampoos to substitute regular shampoos in affected patients.

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Acrodermatitis

Acrodermatitis is said to be a childhood form of dermatitis electively affecting the hands and feet and may be followed by light symptoms of fever and malaise. It may also relate with hepatitis B and other viral infections. It is a diffuse chronic skin disease usually affect the limbs, mainly found in women in Northern, Central, and Eastern Europe.

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Baby Eczema

Baby Eczema is also called infant eczema or atopic dermatitis which is found in about 10% to15% of children. It leads to patches of red skin. The skin is almost always itchy, dry, and rough. However it may affect about anywhere on a baby's body, though eczema most often occurs on a baby's cheeks and at the joints of their arms and legs.

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Advances in Eczema Cure

Eczema is also known as atopic dermatitis. Protopic is the first successful nonsteroid cure for this usual, chronic, itchy condition. A related drug, pimecrolimus is now on the market as the cure of eczema. However the new medications don't leads to thinning of the skin and breaking of superficial blood vessels.

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Hydrocortisone Creams for Eczema

Hydrocortisone Cream is the medicine that is used to cure dermatitis and eczema. Hydrocortisone helps to reduce inflammation and can to reduce symptoms of certain types of skin problems like eczema and dermatitis. This medicine should not be used for the long time and should usually use for around seven days on children’s or infants.

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Aloe Vera Creams for Eczema

Aloe Vera creams has anti-inflammatory properties that makes it particularly effective for treating eczema hence it helps to soothe the itching and sometimes the burning sensation of eczema. Its antimicrobial properties will help to kill anything on the skin which helps the skin cleaner if scratching.

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Herbal Medicine for Eczema

Herbal medicines are used to treat eczema. It is one the great herbal system of the world. Plants material is complex and it is far more balanced than other medicines hence they have less side effects. Eczema ointments are made up of traditional herbs and further reduce skin irritants.

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Advanced Eczema Lotions

Eczema lotions are used to moisturize skin in order to reduce irritants and itching. This lotion consists of anti-inflammatory agents who kill the any kind of infectious agents present on the respective area and thus serving as guard to protect the skin.

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Advanced Eczema Creams

Eczema cream minimizes irritation, itching and rashes and helps to restore the protective skin layer that maintains moisture in and irritants out. These creams are not associated with any potential side effects and considered as an important advance in treatment for eczema.

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Journal of Dermatitis is supporting International Conference on Dermatitis during August 01- 03, 2016 at New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. The theme of the conference is "Exploring the Possibilities towards better Skin”.

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