Delayed cell‐mediated hypersensitivity to tetrazepam

  title={Delayed cell‐mediated hypersensitivity to tetrazepam},
  author={Nancy R. Ortega and Pular Barranco and Concepci{\'o}n L{\'o}pez Serrano and L. Romualdo and C. Mora},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
  • Nancy R. Ortega, Pular Barranco, +2 authors C. Mora
  • Published 1996
  • Medicine
  • Contact Dermatitis
  • Case Report A 59-year-old man, with degenerative arthritis, was treated daily with 1 capsule ofMyolastan® (50 mg tetrazepam). 20 days after beginning treatment, and 8 h after the last dose, he developed an itchy maculopapular rash and tightness of the chest, without wheezing. His physician treated him with corticosteroids and the rash disappeared in 24 h. 2 months later, prick tests with bromazepam 5%, diazepam 5 mg!ml, Myolastan® 5%, and tetrazepam 5% in saline-glycerol solution were made, and… CONTINUE READING
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