Practical Contact Dermatitis: A Handbook for the Practitioner
Jere D. Guin
McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, 1995 - Medical - 812 pages
A clinical, practically-oriented text with a procedural emphasis on how to identify and treat contact dermatitis in the clinic or office setting. The book will show the practitioner how to prepare and apply patch tests and how to read and interpret the results of this testing. In addition, tables and charts are designed to be photocopied and distributed to the patient to further patient education on each positive allergen or reagent.
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Basic Mechanisms Underlying Contact Allergy
Recognizing Allergic Contact Dermatitis
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