Esen Özkaya
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 22, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Annarita Antelmi, Jakob Dahlin, Katharine Hopkins, Cecilia Svedman, Magnus Bruze
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 21, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Amanpreet Sidhu, Jan-Ø Holm, Tone K Bergersen, Jose H Alfonso
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 20, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Liv Kroona, Camilla Ahlgren, Jakob Dahlin, Marléne Isaksson, Magnus Bruze
BACKGROUND: The mint flavour carvone (l-carvone) is considered a weak contact allergen. However, contact allergy to carvone is more prevalent in patients with oral lichen planus or oral lichenoid lesions (OLP/OLL). OBJECTIVE: Our aim was to investigate how carvone affects sensitized individuals through a use test with toothpaste containing carvone. Non-flavoured toothpaste served as control. METHODS: Subjects were patch tested prior to the use test-14 subjects allergic to carvone (11 with OLP/OLL), 20 subjects with OLP/OLL and 3 healthy controls...
March 16, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Caterina Foti, Francesca Ambrogio, Eustachio Nettis, Elisabetta Di Leo, Nicoletta Cassano, Gino Antonio Vena, Edoardo Mortato, Paolo Romita
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 15, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Olivier Aerts, Dianne Mortelmans, Annick Bracke, Elien Romaen, Ella Dendooven
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 14, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Johannes Geier, Richard Brans, Elke Weisshaar, Nicola Wagner, Christiane Szliska, Annice Heratizadeh, Steffen Schubert
BACKGROUND: Benzisothiazolinone (BIT; CAS No. 2634-33-5) is used as a biocide in various products, including water-based paints, metalworking fluids, and household products. In recent years, increasing sensitization rates have been observed in Europe. OBJECTIVE: To describe a time trend of sensitization to BIT, analyse concomitant reactions, and identify patients with increased risk of BIT sensitization. METHODS: Retrospective analysis of data from 26739 patients patch tested with BIT, sodium salt, 0...
March 2, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Rossella Marietti, Leonardo Bianchi, Katharina Hansel, Gabriele Casciola, Filippo Biondi, Marta Tramontana, Luca Stingeni
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 1, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Lisbeth Rosholm Comstedt, Ingrid Siemund, Jakob Dahlin, Magnus Bruze, Cecilia Svedman
BACKGROUND: A modulating effect of aluminium regarding type IV reactions might exist but has not been further investigated. OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to investigate the effect on patch test reactions when adding aluminium chloride hexahydrate (Al-Cl) to common test preparations. MATERIAL AND METHOD: Al-Cl in different concentrations was added to nickel sulphate 15.0% aqua (Ni), methylisothiazolinone 0.2% aqua (MI) and fragrance mix I 10...
February 25, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
S Mark Wilkinson
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
February 20, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Carlos Codeço, Pedro Botelho Alves, Ana Carolina Figueiredo, Duarte Flor, Margarida Gonçalo
BACKGROUND: Photopatch testing has been standardized for diagnosing photoallergic contact dermatitis but is still infrequently used. OBJECTIVES: To characterize photopatch test (PPT) results and their clinical relevance. METHODS: We collected retrospective data from patients photopatch tested in our Dermatology Unit (2010-2021), using the European PPT "baseline" series, other allergens and patient's own products, when appropriate. RESULTS: Out of 223 patients, 75 patients (33...
February 20, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Asako Fukushima, Hisako Morioka, Toshio Kobayashi, Ritsuko Katagiri, Aiko Tanabe, Mayumi Sakunaga, Masahiro Takeyoshi
BACKGROUND: Serious cases of allergic contact dermatitis (ACD) caused by exposure to 3,5,6-tetrachloro-4-(methylsulfonyl)pyridine (TCMSP; CAS no. 13108-52-6) used as an antimicrobial agent for desk mats have been reported in Japan. OBJECTIVE: A quantitative risk assessment (QRA) of TCMSP contained in desk mats was performed retrospectively. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A local lymph node assay (LLNA): BrdU-ELISA was conducted to determine a reliable EC1...
February 17, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Tina Lejding, Kajsa Källberg, Ola Bergendorff, Susanne Jacobsson, Cecilia Svedman, Magnus Bruze
BACKGROUND: Five workers from an industry manufacturing various articles from carbon fibre reinforced epoxy plastics were referred to our department because of suspected occupational allergic contact dermatitis (OACD). When patch tested 4 of them had positive reactions to components of epoxy resin systems that could explain their current skin problems. All of them had been working at the same workstation at a specially designed pressing machine, with operations including manually mixing epoxy resin with hardener...
February 17, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Margarita Giraldo-Tugores, Marcelo Sanmartín-Fernández, Carlos Fernández-Lozano, Javier Martínez-Botas, Belén De-la-Hoz-Caballer, David González-de-Olano
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
February 17, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Luca Potestio, Maddalena Napolitano, Francesca Di Vico, Gabriella Fabbrocini, Cataldo Patruno
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
February 17, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Ana Luísa Matos, Vânia Pacheco, Rita Lopes, José Carlos Cardoso, Lina Carvalho, Thomas Rustemeyer, Margarida Gonçalo
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
February 12, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Steffen Schubert, Nicolas Kluger, Ines Schreiver
We outline constituents of tattoo and permanent make-up ink with regard to inflammatory tattoo reactions and population-based confounders. The comprehensive review of patch tested tattoo patients between 1997-2022 shows that tattoo allergy cannot be reliably diagnosed via patch testing with today's knowledge. Weak penetration and slow haptenization of pigments, unavailability of pigments as test allergens, and a lack of knowledge concerning relevant epitopes hamper the diagnosis of tattoo allergy. Patch testing p-phenylenediamine and disperse (textile) dyes is not able to close this gap...
February 11, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Jaime Bernaola, Marcela Valverde-Monge, María Otal, Daniela Cullen, Felipe Heras-Mendaza
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
February 8, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Nadia Raison-Peyron, Julie Litovsky, Quentin Samaran, Olivier Dereure
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
February 5, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
Michal Gina, Katharina Wichert, Gerald Kutz, Thomas Brüning, Manigé Fartasch
BACKGROUND: Glove occlusion might enhance skin sensitivity to a subsequent detergent challenge (occlusion effect). Thus, some skin protection creams (PC) claim to protect against this effect of occlusion, and are recommended to be used before wearing liquid-proof gloves. OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the effect of PC applied prior to glove occlusion on the "occlusion effect" - refers to increased susceptibility of the skin to a model detergent. METHODS: One hundred and eleven volunteers were enrolled in a single-blind, randomised study...
February 2, 2023: Contact Dermatitis
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