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Can Occupational Dermatitis occur on the forearms?

Yes, Occupational Dermatitis can occur on the forearms. It can occur on any area of the body that is continuously exposed to a substances/chemicals that cause them irritation. According to estimates from eczemanet website, 5% of men and 10% of women develop eczema (Occupational Dermatitis) on their hands from workplace exposure.

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