2007
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.143.12.1578
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Acute and Recurrent Vesicular Hand Dermatitis Not Pompholyx or Dyshidrosis

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“…34 Protein contact dermatitis is often caused by natural rubber latex gloves, although the number of patients clinically allergic to natural rubber latex has been significantly declining 45 or by exposure to foods. 52,53 It is a recurrent HE with vesicular eruptions, lasting for 2-3 weeks, with no relevant contact allergy and no documented irritant exposure likely to cause HE. Atopic HE occurs in patients with current or previous atopic dermatitis with a further increased risk to those with filaggrin mutations.…”
Section: Occupational Hementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…34 Protein contact dermatitis is often caused by natural rubber latex gloves, although the number of patients clinically allergic to natural rubber latex has been significantly declining 45 or by exposure to foods. 52,53 It is a recurrent HE with vesicular eruptions, lasting for 2-3 weeks, with no relevant contact allergy and no documented irritant exposure likely to cause HE. Atopic HE occurs in patients with current or previous atopic dermatitis with a further increased risk to those with filaggrin mutations.…”
Section: Occupational Hementioning
confidence: 99%
“…It was previously referred to as pompholyx or dyshydrotic eczema; however, there are good arguments to abandon this terminology. 52,53 It is a recurrent HE with vesicular eruptions, lasting for 2-3 weeks, with no relevant contact allergy and no documented irritant exposure likely to cause HE. Fungus elsewhere on the body and dust mite allergy have been discussed as possible eliciting factors, though only explaining a minority of cases.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Sweat duct obstruction was first described by Fox as the cause of sweat dysfunction;1 therefore, he coined the concept of dyshidrosis (difficulty in sweating). Several publications within the last 135 years have shown absence of relationship between dermatosis and sweat glands, hence the term dyshidrosis has become strictly incorrect 2–5…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Traditionally classification is based on aetiological factors (irritant, allergic, and atopic disease), the localization of the eczema (dorsum, palmar, fingers, and wrist), or morphological features (vesicular, hyperkeratotic, lichenification, and recurrent vesicular hand dermatitis). It is generally believed that this classification system is insufficient, which makes comparison of studies and therapeutic strategies difficult, and hampers the possibilities for better understanding and treating the disease (13, 14). It seems likely that hand eczema is a common phenotype expressing a variety of underlying diseases.…”
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