One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘On re-exposure, patients develop an acute, pruritic, eczematous dermatitis, often with blisters in a linear configuration at the site of contact.’
- ‘An area of local edema becomes a pruritic macule or papule, which enlarges and ulcerates after one to two days.’
- ‘Urticaria, or ‘hives,’ is characterized by pruritic, white or erythematous, nonpitting edematous plaques.’
- ‘Urticaria is characterized by pruritic, edematous, well-circumscribed, erythematous plaques that are transient over several hours.’
- ‘Allergic forms usually present acutely with erythematous, pruritic, edematous and exudative lesions, while contact dermatitis often has a more insidious onset with lichenification.’
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