dermatitis of the thighs and buttocks of infants; supposedly caused by ammonia in the urine in the child's diapers
a skin reaction to moisture, irritants, allergens or an infection
any eruption on an infant's buttocks, genital and anal areas, lower abdomen, and upper thighs that appears during the diaper-wearing stage.
Nappy rash, Diaper dermatitis A common condition in babies in which the skin in the diaper area becomes irritated and red, usually because of exposure to urine, feces, or heat
Also called "diaper dermatitis," a diaper rash is a skin inflammatory reaction localized to the area usually covered by the diaper. It can have many causes including infections (yeast, bacterial or viral), friction irritation, chemical allergies (perfumes, soaps), sweat and plugging of sweat glands.
an irritation of the skin in the diaper area.
Diaper rash (U.S.) or nappy rash (UK), is a generic term applied to skin rashes in the diaper area that are caused by a various skin disorders and/or irritants.