dermatosis

Dermatitis vs Dermatosis - What's the difference?

dermatitis | dermatosis |


As nouns the difference between dermatitis and dermatosis

is that dermatitis is dermatitis while dermatosis is (medicine) generic term for disease of the skin.

Dermatoses vs Dermatosis - What's the difference?

dermatoses | dermatosis |


As nouns the difference between dermatoses and dermatosis

is that dermatoses is while dermatosis is (medicine) generic term for disease of the skin.

Dermatosis vs Photodermatosis - What's the difference?

dermatosis | photodermatosis |


In medicine|lang=en terms the difference between dermatosis and photodermatosis

is that dermatosis is (medicine) generic term for disease of the skin while photodermatosis is (medicine) dermatosis caused by or aggravated by exposure to light.

As nouns the difference between dermatosis and photodermatosis

is that dermatosis is (medicine) generic term for disease of the skin while photodermatosis is (medicine) dermatosis caused by or aggravated by exposure to light.

Skin vs Dermatosis - What's the difference?

skin | dermatosis |


As nouns the difference between skin and dermatosis

is that skin is (uncountable) the outer protective layer of the body of any animal, including of a human while dermatosis is (medicine) generic term for disease of the skin.

As a verb skin

is to injure the skin of.

Disease vs Dermatosis - What's the difference?

disease | dermatosis |


As nouns the difference between disease and dermatosis

is that disease is (pathology) an abnormal condition of the body or mind that causes discomfort or dysfunction; distinct from injury insofar as the latter is usually instantaneously acquired while dermatosis is (medicine) generic term for disease of the skin.

As a verb disease

is (obsolete) to cause unease; to annoy, irritate.

Generic vs Dermatosis - What's the difference?

generic | dermatosis |


As nouns the difference between generic and dermatosis

is that generic is a product sold under a generic name while dermatosis is (medicine) generic term for disease of the skin.

As an adjective generic

is very comprehensive; pertaining or appropriate to large classes or groups as opposed to specific.