Allergic dermatitis

Allergic dermatitis is a skin condition that appears mostly in people who suffer from allergies. It has no relationship to dermatitis but has been found to be related to theintake of certain foods, such as egg, cow's milk, or corn. It usually appears during the first months of life and is often present in the form of redness or crust on the baby's skin, with pruritus (intense itching) in specific areas like the face, scalp, hands, diaper area, legs, and feet.

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