phytophotodermatitis

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phytophotodermatitis

 [fi″to-fo″to-der″mah-ti´tis]
phototoxic dermatitis due to contact with certain plants and subsequent exposure to sunlight.

phy·to·pho·to·der·ma·ti·tis

(fī'tō-fō'tō-der'mă-tī'tis),
Phytodermatitis resulting from photosensitization.

phytophotodermatitis

/phy·to·pho·to·der·ma·ti·tis/ (-fo″to-der″mah-ti´tis) phototoxic dermatitis induced by exposure to certain plants and then to sunlight.

phytophotodermatitis

A phototoxic skin rash due to physical contact with UV-light-sensitising substances—e.g., from various plant families: Umbelliferae, Rutaceae, Moraceae and Leguminosae; may be found in parsnips citrus fruits and others.

Clinical findings
Blistering, burning, patchy hyperpigmentation (which may simulate marks of child abuse).

phy·to·pho·to·der·ma·ti·tis

(fī'tō-fō'tō-dĕr'mă-tī'tis)
Phytodermatitis resulting from photosensitization.

phytophotodermatitis

photodermatitis affecting feet or wrists of gardeners, induced by initial skin exposure to the sap of certain plants, and subsequent exposure of the affected skin site to sunlight

phytophotodermatitis

phototoxic dermatitis due to contact with certain plants and subsequent exposure to sunlight.