1960
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1960.01580060159027
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Sensitivity to Bisphenol A

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“…There are accounts of at least 44 patients with verified BPA sensitization using standard patch testing (Estlander et al, 1999;Freeman & Warin, 1984;Fregert & Rorsman, 1962;Gaul, 1960;Jolanki et al, 1995;Krajewska & Rudzki, 1976;Romaguera et al, 1981;Srinivas et al, 1989;van Joost, 1988;van Joost et al, 1990), but there are at least as many reports of patients with contact dermatitis who did not respond to controlled topical BPA (Angelini et al, 1996;Holness & Nethercott, 1989;Jolanki et al, 1990;Kanerva et al, 1991;Moura et al, 1994;Patussi et al, 1995;Prens et al, 1986;van Joost, 1988). The EU (2003) concluded that the majority of those with positive BPA patch testing had previous exposure to BPA epoxy resins and/or cross-sensitization to other bisphenols like those present in phenolformaldehyde resins (Bruze & Zimerson, 1985;Jolanki et al, 1990).…”
Section: Studies Of Effects On the Immune Systemmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…There are accounts of at least 44 patients with verified BPA sensitization using standard patch testing (Estlander et al, 1999;Freeman & Warin, 1984;Fregert & Rorsman, 1962;Gaul, 1960;Jolanki et al, 1995;Krajewska & Rudzki, 1976;Romaguera et al, 1981;Srinivas et al, 1989;van Joost, 1988;van Joost et al, 1990), but there are at least as many reports of patients with contact dermatitis who did not respond to controlled topical BPA (Angelini et al, 1996;Holness & Nethercott, 1989;Jolanki et al, 1990;Kanerva et al, 1991;Moura et al, 1994;Patussi et al, 1995;Prens et al, 1986;van Joost, 1988). The EU (2003) concluded that the majority of those with positive BPA patch testing had previous exposure to BPA epoxy resins and/or cross-sensitization to other bisphenols like those present in phenolformaldehyde resins (Bruze & Zimerson, 1985;Jolanki et al, 1990).…”
Section: Studies Of Effects On the Immune Systemmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The group of van Joost (Prens et al 1986;van Joost 1988;van Joost et al 1990) found very few cases of bisphenol A allergy in workers at epoxy-resin plants, although several patients had been sensitised to epichlorohydrin. Cases of allergy to bisphenol A have been reported from fibreglass made of epoxy resin (Gaul 1960), bis-GMAbased dental composite resins containing 0.014-0.Q15% bisphenol A (Jolanki et al 1995), semi-synthetic waxes (Freeman and Warin 1984) and plastie footwear (Srinivas et al 1989). The contact allergy to bisphenol A may also be a cross re action with compounds responsible for phenol-formaldehyde res in allergy, such as dihydroxydiphenyl methanes (bisphenol F) (Bruze and Zimerson 1985;Jolanki 1991).…”
Section: Bisphenol a And Epichlorohydrinmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…As far as we know, no other cases have been described. Besides PVC gloves, other sources of sensitization have been fibre glass (6), plastic shoes (7), semisynthetic waxes (8), dental composite resin (9), denture material (10), the production of epoxy resins (11) and the manufacture of thermal recording paper (12).…”
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