Diaper Dye Dermatitis

@article{Alberta2005DiaperDD,
  title={Diaper Dye Dermatitis},
  author={Lauren Alberta and Susan M. Sweeney and Karen Wiss},
  journal={Pediatrics},
  year={2005},
  volume={116},
  pages={e450 - e452}
}
Diaper dermatitis is a common problem in outpatient pediatric office settings. Although most diaper rashes represent a form of contact dermatitis in response to irritants in the diaper environment, other rashes may be the result of an allergen in the diaper. On the basis of clinical examination results for 5 patients and patch testing results for 2 patients, we suspect that the patients demonstrated allergic contact dermatitis in response to the various blue, pink, and green dyes in diapers… Expand
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