Chronic Actinic Dermatitis (CAD) is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that is caused by long–term exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation. This condition can affect any part of the body that is exposed to the sun and can cause a wide range of symptoms, including redness, itching, burning, and scaling. It is more common in individuals who have fair skin and/or are exposed to intense sun exposure. The most effective treatment for CAD is avoiding further UV exposure. Symptoms of Chronic Actinic Dermatitis (CAD) include dry, scaly patches on the skin, redness and inflammation, itching and burning sensations, bumps and blisters that can ooze fluids, swelling in the affected area, sensitivity to sunlight, and thickening of the skin.
Causes of Chronic Actinic Dermatitis (CAD)
Chronic actinic dermatitis (CAD) is an inflammatory skin disorder caused by exposure to sunlight. It is characterized by red, scaly patches on the skin. The exact cause of CAD is unknown, but several factors can increase a personstrong class=”cr_highlight”>