insect dermatitis

localized or widespread dermatitis caused by the toxin-containing irritant hairs of certain insects, especially moths and caterpillars (see moth d. and caterpillar d.). Clinical manifestations vary according to the species and the intensity of exposure, and may include pain, conjunctivitis, pruritus, and burning sensations.

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