Allergic Dermatitis, Contact Dermatitis or Eczema

Allergic Dermatitis (also known as Contact Dermatitis or Eczema) is a non-contagious, itchy rash which often occurs in the crease of the arms, legs, and neck, although it can cover the entire body. The most common cause of allergic dermatitis is poison ivy. Other causes may include intake of certain foods and direct contact with animals, plants, chemicals and minerals.

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