Plant Contact Dermatitis
Decker, Jan 1, 1985 - Contact dermatitis - 353 pages
Taxonomical arrangement of plants that cause allergic contact dermatitis and a few others that are toxic or phototoxic. Intended for physicians, botanists, and chemists. Entries give botanical and clinical aspects, patch test, cross-reactions, references, color photograph, botanical description, chemical structure of offending agent, sources, and miscellaneous data. Miscellaneous appendixes and glossary of botanical terms. Indexes: general, chemical, and clinical names; scientific names; and vernacular names.
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Immunologic and Molecular Aspects
Treatment of Contact Dermatitis
A Panorama of Contact Dermatitis to Plants
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