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Burning Mouth Caused by Dentures
Dermatitis Caused by Moths of Hylesia Genus (Lepidoptera, Saturniidae) in Northeastern States of Venezuela: II. Biochemistry and Immunoallergy of Substances Responsible for Dermal Lesions
Occupational Nail Disorders With a Reference to Koebner's Phenomenon
Double Active Sensitization Caused by Acrylics
Contact Allergy and Contact Allergens in Atopic Skin Disease
Koa Wood ( Acacia koa ) Dermatitis
Photoallergic and Allergic Contact Dermatitis to Butyl-methoxydibenzoylmethane
Is Patch Testing a Less Accurate Tool During the Summer Months?
Occupational Contact Dermatitis to Thiourea and Dimethylthiourea From Diazo Copy Paper
Contact Dermatitis to Inula viscosa Aiton
Occupational Argyrosis and Platinosis
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