1939
DOI: 10.1001/jama.1939.02800370001001
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Contact Dermatitis From Weeds: Patch Testing With Their Oleoresins

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“…However, there was a tendency towards more and more severe reactions with the former (13). This confirms the observations of Shelmire (6) in an investigation in the USA, reported in the 30s, that pollens seem to contain smaller quantities of antigen than other parts of the plant. In the same investigation, an experiment was carried out in which 1 g of specific antigenic pollens was blown from a distance of 45 em onto the damp skin of weedsensitive persons, without this causing eczema.…”
Section: Airborne Allergenssupporting
confidence: 90%
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“…However, there was a tendency towards more and more severe reactions with the former (13). This confirms the observations of Shelmire (6) in an investigation in the USA, reported in the 30s, that pollens seem to contain smaller quantities of antigen than other parts of the plant. In the same investigation, an experiment was carried out in which 1 g of specific antigenic pollens was blown from a distance of 45 em onto the damp skin of weedsensitive persons, without this causing eczema.…”
Section: Airborne Allergenssupporting
confidence: 90%
“…In its classical form, Compositae dermatitis affects light-and air-exposed skin of the hands, lower arms, neck, V of the neck, and face, causing a red scaly itchy eczema (1, 5,6). Its onset is typically in the spring and summer months, and it continues until the fall (when night frosts occur), with symptom-free intervals during the winter; thus, it has the character of a chronic eczema during the plants' growth season.…”
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