Investigation of suspected contact sensitivity to tobacco in cigarette and cigar factory employees.


Two independent cases of suspected occupational allergic contact dermatitis from tobacco are reported to illustrate the difficulties inherent in the accurate diagnosis of this condition. An investigatory procedure is outlined whereby the comparatively rare cases of genuine contact sensitivity to tobacco can be distinguished from other commoner dermatoses. 


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