Erythema is the general name for skin redness due to the dilation of blood vessels beneath the skin. Causes may include sunburn, hot flashes, flushing, blushing, skin inflammations, skin allergies, or skin infections. Certain systemic illnesses can also cause erythema such as lupus (SLE) and erythema nodosum.
- Dermatitis: Dermatitis is a general medical term referring to any inflammation of the skin. Diagnosis and treatment usually requires a more ... More on Dermatitis »
- Systemic Disorders: Systemic disorders is the general category of disorders and diseases where an entire body system is affected, or the entire ... More on Systemic Disorders »
- Lupus: Lupus usually refers to Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), often abbreviated to just Lupus Erythematosus or Lupus. However, there are other ... More on Lupus »
- Erythema Nodosum: Erythema Nodosum is a disorder of the skin and connective tissue. Symptoms include painful red skin lumps (usually on legs ... More on Erythema Nodosum »
- Redness: Redness is the red appearance of the skin or a local region. Simple redness may arise due to exertion or ... More on Redness »
- Hot flushes: Hot flushes or “hot flashes” are sudden episodes of facial flushing (facial redness). Sometimes other areas than the face are ... More on Hot flushes »
- Flushing: Flushing is the appearance of redness on the skin due to a sudden influx of blood. Facial flushing is common ... More on Flushing »
- Skin Symptoms: Skin symptoms is a broad category of any affliction of the skin. Common skin symptoms include rash, blisters, pimples, hives ... More on Skin Symptoms »
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