Airborne contact dermatitis from Apuleia leiocarpa wood

@article{Dejobert1995AirborneCD,
  title={Airborne contact dermatitis from Apuleia leiocarpa wood},
  author={Y. Dejobert and P. Martin and H. Bergoend},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
  year={1995},
  volume={32}
}
  • Y. Dejobert, P. Martin, H. Bergoend
  • Published 1995
  • Medicine
  • Contact Dermatitis
  • Case Report A 42-year-old carpenter, making a wagon floor with tropical wood, developed pruriginous erythematovesicular scaling on the trunk and thighs; he had, the day before, cleaned the workroom, and emptied bags of sawdust, wear'ing only an undershirt; contrary to habit, he had not taken a shower after work. He also had rhinitis and wheezing when he sawed wood in the workroom, and these symptoms disappeared at the weekend. Patch tests with lightly moistened sawdust ( + + +) and sawdust I 0… CONTINUE READING
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