Hypersensitivity reactions to parenteral vitamin K.

Abstract

Cutaneous hypersensitivity reactions to vitamin K are rare. They occur almost exclusively with fat-soluble vitamin K (K1). The lesion is most commonly a pruritic, indurated plaque at the site where the vitamin was injected. Most plaques resolve within 4 to 8 week without sequelae, but some progress to produce scar-like changes that may last for years.

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@article{Chung1999HypersensitivityRT, title={Hypersensitivity reactions to parenteral vitamin K.}, author={Jong Yoo Chung and Francisco A Ramos-Caro and Bart Beers and Michael John Ford and Franklin P Flowers}, journal={Cutis}, year={1999}, volume={63 1}, pages={33-4} }