1953
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1953.01540090076008
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Dysidrosis (Pompholyx)

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“…The results of the current study support Shelley's hypothesis that pompholyx is a morphology of vesicular hand and/ or foot eczema of multifactorial etiology (7). Apparently, for some patients this eczema can be caused or aggravated by the ingestion of food items containing salts of nickel, cobalt and chromate even when patch tests to these metals are negative.…”
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confidence: 86%
“…The results of the current study support Shelley's hypothesis that pompholyx is a morphology of vesicular hand and/ or foot eczema of multifactorial etiology (7). Apparently, for some patients this eczema can be caused or aggravated by the ingestion of food items containing salts of nickel, cobalt and chromate even when patch tests to these metals are negative.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 86%
“…Differences between the two glands which pertain to the interests of cosmetic chemists were highlighted in a study by Shelley et al (22). These workers showed that apocrine sweat is odorless and sterile when it is emitted, but that axillary microorganisms act on it to produce the malodor.…”
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