Friction from paper and cardboard causing occupational dermatitis in non‐atopic individuals

@article{Bennike2016FrictionFP,
  title={Friction from paper and cardboard causing occupational dermatitis in non‐atopic individuals},
  author={Niels H Bennike and Jeanne Duus Johansen and Torkil Menn{\'e}},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
  year={2016},
  volume={74}
}
Keywords: case report; frictional hand dermatitis; non-atopic; occupational; paper and cardboard 
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