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As the name suggests, contact dermatitis is an acute (chronic cases also occur) inflammation of the skin caused by contact with an external toxic or antigenic agent. The lesions appear as ill-defined red patches with fine fissuring and nonumbilicated vesicles sometimes covered with crusts. 177), and metals. In acute cases, the onset is rapid with erythema, oedema and exudative vesiculation. Pruritus and a burning sensation are the major presenting symptoms. Atopic eczematous dermatitis affects between 2 and 20% of the population.
The edrophonium test can confirm the diagnosis and may be very useful in difficult cases. 164). 165. 167). 168). 170). 171), which is associated with herpes zoster of the geniculate ganglion in patients with the Ramsay Hunt syndrome. Taste is lost over the anterior two-thirds of the tongue. Dermatoses These comprise several conditions that affect the scalp and the skin of the face. Common skin conditions Skin and mucosal lesions Dermatology is a pictorial subject and skin lesions can be recognized by a careful inspection of the lesion, the skin around it, its distribution and the uniqueness of its pattern, followed by examination of the other expected systemic and cutaneous abnormalities.
230). 4). The patient is usually a young woman with some medical knowledge, who may be expecting some form of 'secondary gain' from having skin lesions. com 1 ATLAS OF CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS 46 Cutaneous manifestations of systemic disorders The skin as a system, or an organ, shares the manifestations of some diseases with other systems but it does so in its own special, pictorial way. It thereby provides a window through which one can see, suspect and, at times, identify the offending underlying disorder.