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Tinuvin® P in a spandex tape as a cause of clothing dermatitis
We report a 54‐year‐old female with allergic Contact dermatitis from 2‐(2‐hydroxy‐5‐methytphenyl) benzotriazole (Tinuvin® P) in a spandex tape sewn into underwear. Tinuvin® P is used us anExpand
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Evaluation of the cross‐reactivity of antigens in Glupearl 19S and other hydrolysed wheat proteins in cosmetics
In Japan, over 2000 users of a facial soap containing Glupearl 19S (GP19S), a hydrolysed wheat protein (HWP), developed immediate‐type systemic wheat allergy (HWP‐IWA), and ∼70% of them developedExpand
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Hev B 6.02 is the most important allergen in health care workers sensitized occupationally by natural rubber latex gloves.
BACKGROUND Natural rubber latex (NRL) allergy is a common occupational disease in health care workers (HCW). However, few reports have compared the major allergen of HCWs to those in gloves that areExpand
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Allergic contact dermatitis due to phenylephrine hydrochloride, with an unusual patch test reaction
2‐day (2‐D) closed patch tests are often used in daily clinical practice and useful for evaluating the cause of allergic contact dermatitis. However, even when 2‐D closed patch tests at appropriateExpand
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Female predominance of gold allergy
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The Selection of Standard Allergens
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[A case of the latex-induced anaphylaxis by contact with barium enema catheter].
The subject was a 34-year-old female with asthma and atopic dermatitis who had previously undergone a Cesarean section. In December 1995, the patient had an acute abdominal pain, so she underwent aExpand
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Anaphylaxis to human seminal plasma
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Occupational allergic contact dermatitis in beauticians
We patch tested 13 beauticians with hand dermatitis between 1982 and 1986. They were all young female novice beauticians or those in training. The onset of their allergic dermatitis was noticedExpand
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