2005
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.141.12.1605
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Transmission of Parthenium Dermatitis by Clothing

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“…[45] Pieces of cloth dried outside were reported to elicit a positive patch test in a sensitive patient. [70]Gloves may not offer protection since the SQL permeates vinyl, polyethylene and latex gloves. [71]…”
Section: Photosensitivity and Parthenium (Compositae) Dermatitismentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…[45] Pieces of cloth dried outside were reported to elicit a positive patch test in a sensitive patient. [70]Gloves may not offer protection since the SQL permeates vinyl, polyethylene and latex gloves. [71]…”
Section: Photosensitivity and Parthenium (Compositae) Dermatitismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[45] Pieces of cloth dried outside were reported to elicit a positive patch test in a sensitive patient. [70]…”
Section: Photosensitivity and Parthenium (Compositae) Dermatitismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The hypothesis of airborne allergens has been much debated since then, and although the clinical features, the allergenicity of dried plant parts and positive patch‐test reactions to a filter from a high‐volume air sampler (HIVAS) as well as to air‐dried clothing are suggestive of true airborne contact allergy, no definite proof has been established 1–7 . Furthermore, a European equivalent to airborne Compositae dermatitis has been questioned because of the humid, colder, climatic conditions 8 …”
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