Further important sensitizers in patients sensitive to fragrances*

@article{Frosch2002FurtherIS,
  title={Further important sensitizers in patients sensitive to fragrances*},
  author={P. Frosch and J. Johansen and T. Menn{\'e} and C. Pirker and S. Rastogi and K. Andersen and M. Bruze and A. Goossens and J. Lepoittevin and I. White},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
  year={2002},
  volume={47}
}
The aim of this study was to determine the frequency of responses to selected fragrance materials in consecutive patients patch tested in 6 dermatological centres in Europe. 1855 patients were evaluated with the 8% fragrance mix (FM) and 14 other frequently used well‐defined fragrance chemicals (series I). Each patient was classified regarding a history of adverse reactions to fragrances: certain, probable, questionable, none. Reactions to FM occurred in 11.3% of the subjects. The 6 substances… Expand
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