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Cashew Nutshell Oil Dermatitis
Allergic Contact Dermatitis: A Historical View of its Mechanism
Occupational Allergic Dermatoses From Textile, Leather, and Fur Dyes
Persulfate Bleach Accelerator—A Potent Contact Allergen in Film Laboratories: Chemical Identification, Purity Studies, and Patch Testing
Studies on the Sensitizing Capacity of Imidazole Derivatives
Bullous Dermatitis in Field Workers Associated With Exposure to Mayweed
Extraction and Patch Testing of Methylcinnamate, A Newly Recognized Fraction of Balsam of Peru
Fragrance and Nickel: Old Allergens in New Guises
Standard Patch Test Screening Series Used Diagnostically in Young and Elderly Patients
Prevention of Occupational Skin Disorders: A Proposed National Strategy for the Prevention of Dermatological Conditions. Part 1.
Contact Urticaria and Anaphylaxis to Chlorothalonil. Christopher J. Dannaker and Howard Maibach, Department of Dermatology, University of CA, San Francisco, CA.
Phototoxicity With a Twist. Vincent A. DeLeo and Herbert Hockman, Columbia University, New York, NY.
Occupational Allergic Contact Dermatitis From Diethylenetriamine in the Carbonless Copy Paper Industry. Lasse Kanerva, Tuula Estlander, and Riitta Jolanki, Section of Dermatology, Institute of Occupational Health, Helsinki, Finland.
Allergic Contact Dermatitis Associated With Formaldehyde-Releasing Preservatives. L.L. Wegener, Department of Dermatology, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR.
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McCurdy SA, Wiggins P, Schenker MB, et al: Assessing dermatitis in epidemiologic studies: Occupational skin disease among California grape and tomato harvesters. Am J Ind Med 16:147-157, 1989.
Fowler JF Jr: Allergic contact dermatitis from glutaraldehyde exposure. J Occup Med 31:852-853, 1989.
Schwartz BS, Goldstein MD: Lyme disease: A review for the occupational physician. J Occup Med 31:735-742, 1989.