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A toxicological and dermatological assessment of aryl alkyl alcohols when used as fragrance ingredients.
TLDR
It is concluded that these materials would not present a safety concern at current levels of use as fragrance ingredients and the potential for photosensitization is low. Expand
Dermatological Toxicity of Hexavalent Chromium
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This report reviews the etiology, prevalence, pathology, dose-response, and prognosis of chromium ACD and recommends reducing the hexavalent chromiumconcentrations in consumer products, such as detergents, to less than 5 ppm. Expand
North American Contact Dermatitis Group patch test results for the detection of delayed-type hypersensitivity to topical allergens.
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The usefulness of patch testing is enhanced with the number of allergens tested, because allergens not found on the commercially available screening series in the United States frequently give relevant allergic reactions. Expand
North American Contact Dermatitis Group Patch Test Results: 2015–2016
TLDR
The results confirm that the epidemic of sensitivity to methylisothiazolinone has continued in North America and that patch testing with allergens beyond a screening tray is necessary for a complete evaluation of occupational and nonoccupational ACD. Expand
North American Contact Dermatitis Group patch-test results, 1998 to 2000.
TLDR
The findings reinforce the need for a more comprehensive group of diagnostic allergens than is found in the T.R.E.U. TEST, which is sold in the United States. Expand
Quality of life in patients with allergic contact dermatitis.
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Outcomes in patients with ACD were improved by early diagnosis and subjects enjoyed their best QoL at 6 to 12 months after patch testing, however, individuals who elected to change jobs because of their skin condition reported significantly worseQoL than those who retained their current positions. Expand
Final Report of the Safety Assessment of Methylisothiazolinone
TLDR
The Cosmetic Ingredient Review Expert Panel concluded that there is a threshold dose response and that cosmetic products formulated to contain concentrations of MIT at 100 ppm (0.01%) or less would not be expected to pose a sensitization risk. Expand
North American Contact Dermatitis Group Patch Test Results: 2011–2012
TLDR
The NACDG patch-testing results document the beginning of the epidemic of sensitivity to methylisothiazolinones in North America, which has been well documented in Europe. Expand
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