By Prof. Gianni Angelini M.D., Dr. Domenico Bonamonte M.D. (auth.)
Skin illnesses because of aquatic organisms are consistently at the raise because of the nice variety of those who now converge at the hydrosphere for vacation trips, activities actions. Aquatic epidermis ailments aren't any longer just a seasonal disease yet will be saw at any interval, because of the vacationer increase selling aquatic holidaymaking all year long. This publication goals to give a contribution to the information of a few aquatic animals that experience basically built a toxic equipment to guard themselves and adapt to their atmosphere, in addition to of a few of the scientific photographs triggered via diverse pathogenic mechanisms. along with the afflictions as a result of biotoxins, dermis reactions to microscopic organisms found in seawater, freshwater, pools and aquariums are defined, including a few non-biotic types triggered by means of direct touch with salt and freshwater. a greater wisdom of the aquatic surroundings may also help humans to take pleasure in this mesmerizing habitat at lesser risk.
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Moreover, in contact with the same antigen the patient's basophils released high levels of histamine, and a heat-sensitive serum factor was able to transfer the poison-sensitivity to normal human basophils. Reactions after ingestion For the reasons described above, it seems reasonably safe to eat Coelenterates. However, cramps and abdominal pain have been reported, as well as a single case of generalized urticaria brought on by an unknown mechanism . Indirect reactions There are various possibilities of a jellyfish-induced dermatitis developing without there ever having been direct contact with the animal .
At present only one specific antiserum is available, for poisoning by Chironex fieckeri, that has also been found to be useful against Chiropsalmus quadrigatus; this is produced by the Commonwealth Serum Laboratories of Melbourne and must be inoculated as soon as possible after contact with the jellyfish. To alleviate the symptoms of Coelenterate stings, fishermen and the inhabitants of seaside towns use old-wives' remedies that still have some uses, such as vinegar (5% acetic acid in water), ammonia, urine, formaldehyde, potassium permanganate crystals, warm water, Coca-Cola  and ice.
All species have nematocysts. Owing to their great profusion of colours, these animals often resemble anemone flowers, which is why they are commonly called "sea anemones': "sea roses" or "sea daisies" (Fig. 19). The common species of sea anemones in Italian seas are Actinia equina, Condylactis aurantiaca, Adamsia palliata, Aiptasia mutabilis, Calliactis parasitica and above all Anemonia sulcata. These various sea anemones cover the sea bed with their tentacles and display iridescent colours ranging from red through orange to purple.
Aquatic Dermatology by Prof. Gianni Angelini M.D., Dr. Domenico Bonamonte M.D. (auth.)