Cross‐reactivity between nickel and palladium demonstrated by systemic administration of nickel

@article{Hindsn2005CrossreactivityBN,
  title={Cross‐reactivity between nickel and palladium demonstrated by systemic administration of nickel},
  author={Monica Hinds{\'e}n and Anna Spir{\'e}n and Magnus Bruze},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
  year={2005},
  volume={53}
}
Concomitant patch test reactions to nickel and palladium have frequently been reported in patients undergoing investigation because of suspected allergic contact dermatitis. Theoretically, these reactions can be explained by multiple, concomitant, simultaneous sensitization as well as cross‐sensitization. We studied whether concomitant reactions to nickel and palladium could represent cross‐sensitization in females hypersensitive to combinations of nickel, palladium and cobalt. Females were… Expand
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