Dermatitis of hands caused by washing up liquid

Dermatitis of hands caused by washing up liquid

M140/0186

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Contact dermatitis. Close-up of a woman's fingers, showing inflammation and flaking of dried skin. This condition - contact dermatitis - is caused by contact of the skin with a particular chemical to which the patient is unusually sensitive. In this case the offending substance was a new brand of washing-up liquid that the woman had not used before. The rash disappeared when she stopped using the product.

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