1933
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1933.01460040002001
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Drug Eruptions

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“…Thus Sulzberger and Wise (13) remark "that the application to a burned area (injured area) may constitute a situation peculiarly favoring sensitization." With this in view and on account of previous negative results with picric acid (1) upon intracutaneous injection in guinea pigs, butesin picrate was applied superficially to skin areas inflamed following application of cantharidin which produces lesions similar to burns.…”
Section: Experiments With Picric a Cidmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Thus Sulzberger and Wise (13) remark "that the application to a burned area (injured area) may constitute a situation peculiarly favoring sensitization." With this in view and on account of previous negative results with picric acid (1) upon intracutaneous injection in guinea pigs, butesin picrate was applied superficially to skin areas inflamed following application of cantharidin which produces lesions similar to burns.…”
Section: Experiments With Picric a Cidmentioning
confidence: 99%