Contact dermatitis due to miconazole nitrate

  title={Contact dermatitis due to miconazole nitrate},
  author={E. Foged and O. Hammersh{\o}y},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
biturates, penicillins, carbamazepine and pyrazolone derivates like phenazone (I). Erythema multiforme-like lesions may also be seen as a secondary dissemination of allergic contact dermatitis to relatively strong sensitizers such as pyrrolnitrine, sulfonamide, promethazine, balsam of Peru and c1ioquinol (2). This case indicates the importance of patch testing the drugs used by patients with erythema multiforme. Positive patch tests indicate delayed-type allergy, which may occur in patients… Expand
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