Eczematous eruption produced by local exposure to a primary irritating substance. Common substances that produce an inflammatory reaction in the skin include harsh soaps, bleaches, detergents, acids, alkalis, saliva and urine. This reaction occurs in all those who are exposed to the irritating substance, variation in the severity of the dermatitis depending on the condition of the skin at the time of exposure, the strength of the irritant, the location of the eruption and local factors such as perspiration and maceration.
Acute Irritant Contact Dermatitis, Acute Toxic Contact Eczema, Acute Nonallergic Contact Dermatitis
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