Author: eMJD

Poison Ivy-It’s growing now!

I’ve just completed my first telemedicine visit for severe poison ivy dermatitis. Given the warmer winter and early spring our gardens are approximately 2 weeks ahead of schedule. Poison ivy (Rhus) is the most common cause of acute allergic contact dermatitis. It can appear as a red linear rash or blisters. Localized rashes may respond

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