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Skin hypersensitivity

Introduction: Skin hypersensitivity

Description of Skin hypersensitivity

Skin hypersensitivity: state of altered reactivity in which the body reacts with an exaggerated or inappropriate immune response to a chemical substance having the properties of an antigen or hapten that is in contact with the skin, the resulting skin condition being allergic contact dermatitis.
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