Cold panniculitis – an unusual differential diagnosis from aluminium allergy in a patient hyposensitized with aluminium‐precipitated antigen extract

@article{Mooser2001ColdP,
  title={Cold panniculitis – an unusual differential diagnosis from aluminium allergy in a patient hyposensitized with aluminium‐precipitated antigen extract},
  author={G. Mooser and H. Gall and L. Weber and R. Peter},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
  year={2001},
  volume={44}
}
Case Report A 23-year-old woman, with a past history of dermatitis from costume jewellery, was referred with subacute eczema, which had begun 4 weeks earlier on her neck and décolleté and spread to the upper limbs. She reported the onset as a few days after she had worn a new blue woollen pullover. Patch tests with the European standard series, additional allergens, disperse blue dyes (ChemotechniqueA), her nail lacquer and a piece of her pullover showed a π reaction to nickel sulfate only. As… Expand
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