cutireaction

cutireaction

 [ku″tĭ-re-ak´shun]
an inflammatory or irritative reaction of the skin, occurring in certain infectious diseases, or on application or injection of a preparation of the organism causing the disease.

cutireaction

/cu·ti·re·ac·tion/ (ku″tĭ-re-ak´shun) an inflammatory or irritative reaction on the skin, occurring in certain infectious diseases, or on application or injection of a preparation of the organism causing the disease.

cu·ti·re·ac·tion

(kyū'ti-rē-ak'shŭn)
The inflammatory reaction to a skin test in a sensitive (allergic) subject.
[L. cutis, skin, + reaction]

cutireaction

an inflammatory or irritative reaction of the skin, occurring in certain infectious diseases, or on application or injection of a preparation of the organism causing the disease.
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We analyzed data for the following diseases as outcome variables: acute febrile respiratory infections, common cold, ear inflammation, eye inflammation, skin infections or cutireactions, urinary tract infections, and finally three more or less stringent definitions of gastroenteritis: a) definition "GE_UK" according to Kay et al.
A possible partial association between the concentration of aeromonads and skin ailments (cutireactions) was detectable, but it was overlaid by an unknown independent water-related effect; that is, there must have been other causes for cutireactions among bathers that were not associated with the microorganisms monitored in the present study.