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Polymorphous light eruption

Polymorphous light eruption: Introduction

Polymorphous light eruption: A bumpy, itchy skin rash that develops in certain people in response to sun exposure. Symptoms tend to persist for a number of days even after sun exposure stops. The skin can harden and become desensitized to the effects of the sun with repeated exposure to the sun. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Polymorphous light eruption is available below.

Symptoms of Polymorphous light eruption

Treatments for Polymorphous light eruption

  • Avoid sun exposure, wash with cool water, antihistamine, wash with cool water, corticosteroid cream, more severe cases may require: phototherapy, PUVA, antimalarial drugs
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Causes of Polymorphous light eruption

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