Phytophotodermatitis from celery among grocery store workers.

@article{Seligman1987PhytophotodermatitisFC,
  title={Phytophotodermatitis from celery among grocery store workers.},
  author={Paul J. Seligman and C. G. Toby Mathias and Michael A. O'Malley and Ross C. Beier and Laura J. Fehrs and W S Serrill and WilliamE. Halperin},
  journal={Archives of dermatology},
  year={1987},
  volume={123 11},
  pages={
          1478-82
        }
}
We detected 19 cases of phytophotodermatitis during a cross-sectional epidemiological investigation of two Oregon grocery stores that were part of the same supermarket chain. Outdoor sunlight exposure during the workshift and tanning salon use were identified as risk factors; the most severe cutaneous reactions tended to occur among tanning salon users. Although both stores carried the same brands and varieties of produce, all 19 cases occurred among employees of one store, which had held a… CONTINUE READING

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