Phytophotodermatitis Causes and Treatment

Phytophotodermatitis is a type of contiguity dermatitis. Phytophotodermatitis is combination of Greek words “phyto,” meaning plant, “photo,” meaning light, and “dermatitis,” which refers to skin inflammation. This is occurs when certain plant chemicals cause the skin to become inflamed by exposure to the sunlight. The symptoms of this dermatitis worrisome, it can be treated by using advanced dermatitis shampoos, but the condition can some time goes away by its own, when it is more serious then it needed medical attention.  It is mostly seen on legs, hands and arms.

  • Pigmentary disorders and other dyschromias
  • Dermatoses Due to Plants
  • Monsel Reaction
  • Cutaneous Diseases of Travelers

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