Contact dermatitis caused by polyethylene glycol‐7 monooleate

@article{Conejero2015ContactDC,
  title={Contact dermatitis caused by polyethylene glycol‐7 monooleate},
  author={C. Conejero and L. Loidi and M. Hervella},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
  year={2015},
  volume={72}
}
A 28-year-old atopic female physiotherapist presented with a 6-month history of eczematous lesions affecting the palmar and lateral aspects of both hands and wrists, which improved with the use of topical corticosteroids. She suspected two products that she used to massage her patients. She was initially patch tested with the Spanish baseline, cosmetic and fragrance series, as well as her own products, and only a strong (D4++) positive reaction was found to the massage oil Chemodol® ‘as is… Expand
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