Birger Kranke

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BACKGROUND Nickel, cobalt and chromium are some of the most common causes of type IV sensitizations and subsequent allergic contact dermatitis. Accurate diagnosis of contact sensitization to these metal salts is made possible through standardized patch testing; however, patch tests with metal allergens may be influenced by meteorological conditions at the(More)
384 © 2007 The Authors JEADV 2008, 22, 363–404 Journal compilation © 2007 European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology included a complete blood count, chemistry profile, tumoral markers, coagulation and thrombosis studies, chest X-ray and abdominal ecography and an evaluation by a vascular surgeon consultant in order to rule out deep venous thrombosis.(More)
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