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Occupational Allergic Contact Dermatitis Caused by 2-Hydroxyethyl Methacrylate (2-HEMA) in a New Dentin Adhesive
Contact Allergy to Methyldibromoglutaronitrile in the Cosmetics Preservative Euxyl K 400
Contact Dermatitis in a Plant That Produces Polyvinyl Chloride Compound
Adverse Reactions to Acrylate Sculptured Nails With Particular Reference to Prolonged Paresthesia
Air Oxidation Increases the Allergenic Potential of Tall-Oil Rosin. Colophony Contact Allergens Also Identified in Tall-Oil Rosin
Sensitization to Olive Oil
Occupational Allergic Contact and Frictional Dermatitis Leading to Plaques of Psoriasis: A Challenge in Diagnosis
Contact Dermatitis Caused by Topical Minoxidil: Case Reports and Review of the Literature
Studies on Propolis Components. Synthesis and Haptenic Activity of 1,1-Dimethylallyl Ester of Caffeic Acid and of Its O-Methyl Derivatives. A Qualitative Approach to Structure-Activity Relationship
Contact Dermatitis Secondary to Chlorhexidine in Contact Lens Cleansing Solutions
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Systemic Ecxzematous Dermatitis From Contact Allergy to Thimerosal Preservative in Hepatitis B Vaccine. C.G. Toby Mathias, MD Group Health Associates, Cincinnati, OH.
Contact Dermatitis in Textile Industry Workers. Elizabeth F. Sherertz, Department of Dermatology, Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC.
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