1972
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.106.3.335
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Dermatitis from applied medicaments

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“…(5.4%) (5), but is significantly lower than those reported by Bandmann et a!. (9-10%) (7). The last-mentioned authors, however, used a much higher test concentration of wood tars (25%) (7).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 73%
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“…(5.4%) (5), but is significantly lower than those reported by Bandmann et a!. (9-10%) (7). The last-mentioned authors, however, used a much higher test concentration of wood tars (25%) (7).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 73%
“…(9-10%) (7). The last-mentioned authors, however, used a much higher test concentration of wood tars (25%) (7). Hannuksela et al (6) found a combined sensitization (possible cross-sensitization) of wood tars and fragrance mix in 10%, and of wood tars and balsam of Peru in 21% in their series.…”
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“…cosmetics) or the result of treating a pre-existent lesion (various chronic dermatoses and mostly leg ulcers). Many publications deal with this problem (Fisher et al 1971, Meneghini et al 1971, Bandmann et al 1972, Oleffe 1975) and with leg ulcers in particular (Brian & Nater 1973, Malten et al 1973, Angelini et al 1975). This study shows our department's results of 3 years of patch tests in dermatological patients.…”
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“…He used 25 % at induction and 10 % at challenge. Bandmann et al (1972) called attention to the possibility of producing iatrogenic al-lergic contact dermatitis when dermatologists prescribe benzocaine-containing preparations for their patients. In a study of 4,000 eczema patients in 5 European clinics they concluded that 14% (560/4,000) suffered dermatitis from applied medicaments.…”
Section: Benzocainementioning
confidence: 99%