Tetrazepam allergy detected by patch test

@article{Camarasa1990TetrazepamAD,
  title={Tetrazepam allergy detected by patch test},
  author={J. Camarasa and E. Serra-Baldrich},
  journal={Contact Dermatitis},
  year={1990},
  volume={22}
}
Case no. 1. A 71-year-old man, with cervical arthralgia for 2 years, was successfully treated with 50 mg ofMyolastan® (tetrazepam) daily, taken at night, and 16 mg of Fidium® (betahistidine dihydrochloride) daily, taken during the day; both for 3 weeks. 2 months later, the patient's cervical pain relapsed, and he repeated exactly the same treatment. A few hours after the first dose of both drugs, a very itchy papular, generalized rash appeared, the patient being subsequently hospitalized. 2… Expand
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