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The repeated open application test (ROAT)
Repeated open application tests (ROATs) were performed with common ingredients of vehicles in 86 patients with contact dermatitis, finding that of the patients with a questionable (?+) patch test result, 44% were positive in ROATs. Expand
Extraction and Properties of Apple Allergens
RAST inhibition indicated that apple and birch‐pollen allergens cross‐react, and it was shown that apple allergens are probably proteins and that they can be extracted in an active form only if reactions with phenolic compounds present in apple are inhibited. Expand
A multicenter study of patch test reactions with dental screening series.
- L. Kanerva, T. Rantanen, +13 authors A. Vuorela
- Chemistry, Medicine
- American journal of contact dermatitis : official…
- 1 June 2001
Patch testing with allergens in the dental screening series, including (meth)acrylates and mercury, needs to be performed to detect contact allergy to dental products. Expand
Corticosteroid contact allergy: an EECDRG multicentre study
This article describes the results of an EECDRG multicentre study on contact allergy to corticosteroids, which investigated patients in 13 centres in the course of 1993, and 1000 patients in 1 centre in 1993 and 1994. Expand
Immediate reactions to fruits and vegetables
Common fruits and vegetables were tested as such with the “scratch‐chamber” method in 388 patients with various atopic disorders and on the basis of clinical data, the relevancy of the results of the skin tests was 80–90%. Expand
Acetylsalicylic acid inhibits non‐immunologic contact urticaria
ASA had a significant inhibitory effect on erythema from all 6 agents and also on edema from all substances except dimethyl sulfoxide, and non‐steroidal anti‐inflammatory drugs should not be used during NICU tests. Expand
Finnish Allergy Programme 2008–2018 – time to act and change the course
The current dogma of allergen avoidance has not proved effective in halting the ‘epidemic’, and it is the Finnish consensus that restoring and strengthening tolerance should more be in focus. Expand
Ultraviolet light therapy in chronic urticaria.
The good results achieved during the phototherapy held during the summer but in the autumn urticaria became worse in one third of the cases, suggesting that UV-therapy might be worth trying in many patients with chronic Urticaria. Expand
Antibodies to Epstein-Barr virus and some other herpesviruses in patients with sarcoidosis, pulmonary tuberculosis and erythema nodosum.
Sera from 120 patients with sarcoidosis, 21 patients with pulmonary tuberculosis and 25 patients with non-sarcoid erythema nodosum examined for antibodies to Epstein-Barr virus by means of immunofluorescence (IF) and immunodiffusion (ID) techniques found high EBV IF titers and strong ID reactions significantly more often than the matched controls. Expand