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SELF-ASSESSMENT
A Mechanism-Based Classification of Dermatologic Reactions to Biologic Agents Used in the Treatment of Cutaneous Disease: Part 2
Compilation of International Standards for Patch Testing Methodology and Allergens
A Localized Flare of Dermatitis May Render Patch Tests Uninterpretable in Some Patients with Recently Controlled Widespread Dermatitis
Patch-Testing While on Systemic Immunosuppressants
Methylphenidate Patch-Test Protocol and Irritancy Threshold Determination in Healthy Adult Subjects
Direct Observed “Soak and Smear” Therapy for Severe Eczematous Dermatitis in the Combat Setting
Repeated Mechanical Trauma to the Hands: The Use of Anti-Impaction Gloves for Treatment and Return to Work
Questionnaire Study of the Prevalence of Allergic Contact Dermatitis from Cosmetics in Israel
Contact Sensitization by Age Group in Adults: Patch-Test Data from the Massachusetts General Hospital, 1996 to 2006
Allergic Contact Dermatitis from Carmine
Facial Flushing: An Uncommon Presentation of Serotonin Toxicity
Allergic Contact Dermatitis from Tricresyl Phosphate
Dr. Armando Ancona Alayón (1940-2008)
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