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What Is Dermatitis?

Dermatitis simply means inflammation of the skin. Common symptoms of dermatitis include red, itchy, irritated and flaky skin. There are many different types of dermatitis and the specific types depend on the allergens and substances responsible for causing the reaction.

Types of Dermatitis

Allergic contact dermatitis – hypersensitivity reaction which involves antibodies and allergens

Irritant contact dermatitis – occurs after being exposed to detergents and irritating chemicals

Atopic dermatitis – allergic reaction which causes very dry skin, asthma and hay fever

Dyshidrotic dermatitis – occurs on the hands or feet and is characterised by scaling, deep blisters and redness

Diaper dermatitis – occurs when the skin is exposed to wet diapers for a long period of time

Stasis dermatitis – people who have venous insufficiency generally develop this type of dermatitis

Lichen simplex chronicus – occurs when a rash is scratched for a long period of time producing thickened skin.

Seborrheic dermatitis – occurs on the hair bearing areas of the body such as head, upper chest and neck.

Autosensitisation dermatitis – is characterised by itchy rashes which occurs in response to an inflammatory process which has taken place in another part of the body. It usually follows fungal infections.

Making Dermatitis Compensation Claims

If you have contracted dermatitis at work, we can help you make dermatitis claims on a risk free No Win No Fee basis. At compensationclaim.co.uk, we have expert dermatitis compensation claim solicitors who can assist you with your case and also offer a 100% compensation guarantee.

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