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edit important variables such as: demo: duration, demo: age, redness in skin in one area, red face, hives, puffy face, life: immunosuppressed
Bed bugs - small nocturnal bugs feeding on humans
a.k.a bed bug bites
Fungal infections genital area - jock itch
a.k.a Jock Itch, Ringworm genital area
Fungal infections skin - infection of skin by fungus
a.k.a Ringworm body, Tinea corporis
Pediculosis - lice infections
Allergic reaction - response of body to a foreign substance
a.k.a Allergy
'allergic reaction' is considered a medical emergency
Atopic dermatitis - eczema
a.k.a Atopic eczema, Disseminated neurodermatitis, Flexural eczema, Infantile eczema, Prurigo diathsique, eczema
Flea bites - bites by fleas
a.k.a Pulicosis
Sunburn - tissue burn from overexposure to UV radiation
Urticaria - allergic skin rash
a.k.a hives
Drugs and toxins - adverse effects of drugs and toxins
a.k.a drug overdose or poisoning
'drugs and toxins' is considered a medical emergency

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