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  1. Home Healthcare Workers: How to Prevent Latex Allergies (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) - PDF  
    ... dry, itchy, irritated skin—most often on the hands. • Allergic Contact Dermatitis (delayed hypersensitivity) This skin reaction looks like the ...
  2. Irritant Contact Dermatitis (Logical Images)  
    ... and Symptoms The most common location for irritant contact dermatitis is the hands, though any body surface can be involved, including ...
  3. ... 2009; 160:946. GRAPHICS Irritant contact dermatitis Irritant contact dermatitis usually affects the hands. It causes the skin to turn red and dry, and to chap and crack. Courtesy of James C Shaw, MD. Graphic 78270 Version ... allergic contact dermatitis from metal fasteners in pants (nickel allergy). ...
  4. Itchy Hands or Feet (Logical Images)  
    ... borders or involve only the skin of the hands or feet. Allergic contact dermatitis will sometimes clearly follow the pattern of recently acquired shoes or sandals. Dyshidrotic eczema typically starts as tiny itchy ... the feet rather than on the hands or on both the hands and feet. Juvenile ...
  5. ... occur suddenly, or develop after months of exposure. Contact dermatitis often occurs on the hands. Hair products, cosmetics, and perfumes can lead to ...
  6. Contact Dermatitis (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... dermatitis, having a history of atopic dermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, or psoriasis increases the risk. Pre-existing hand dermatitis also increases the risk. Age . Younger individuals ...
  7. Contact Dermatitis: Signs and Symptoms (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... causing crusts and scales. The face, neck, and hands are most susceptible to irritant contact dermatitis. Strong irritant : On contact or within a few ... painful, especially when the rash forms on the hands. The rash can cause: ... are more likely to develop contact dermatitis. You can find out whether you have an ...
  8. Latex Allergy: A Prevention Guide (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)  
    ... most common reaction to latex products is irritant contact dermatitis - the development of dry, itchy, irritated areas on the skin, usually the hands. This reaction is caused by irritation from wearing ...
  9. Atopic Dermatitis From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases)  
    ... dermatitis also have a predisposition toward irritant contact dermatitis, where ... frequent hand washing or exposure to chemicals. Some people develop ...
  10. Allergic Skin Conditions (American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology)  
    ... be. These reactions appear most often on the hands and are frequently due to substances contacted in the workplace. For irritant contact dermatitis, avoid the substance causing the reaction. Wearing gloves ...
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