Allergic contact dermatitis from henna temporary tattoo

@article{Stante2006AllergicCD,
  title={Allergic contact dermatitis from henna temporary tattoo},
  author={Marcello Stante and Simonetta Giorgini and Torello M Lotti},
  journal={Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology},
  year={2006},
  volume={20}
}
484 JEADV 2006, 20, 461–488 © 2006 European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology are not absolute diagnostic criteria. Microabscesses of Munro, typically found in psoriatic lesions, can be found in ILVEN as well. In a recent and interesting study, Vissers et al. compared by quantitative immunohistochemistry the subsets of T lymphocytes and markers for epidermal growth and keratinization in biopsies taken from skin lesions of patients with psoriasis and patients with ILVEN. Differences found… 
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