Occupational Skin Disease
Grune & Stratton, 1983 - Eczéma professionnel - 477 pages
Presenting the latest edition of this authoritative and detailed text that provides everything a reader needs to know about diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of occupational skin disease in a user-friendly format. Features the latest findings and offers expert advice on making an accurate diagnosis. Over 40 world-renowned clinician-contributors suggest practical management solutions for a host of occupational skin diseases encountered in practice. This edition includes extensive information on the new and easy method of patch testing, and an expanded section on job descriptions with their irritants and allergens. Also includes current information on contact and environmental dermatology.
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Physical and Biologic Causes of Occupational Skin Disease
Contact Urticaria Geo von Krogh and Howard I Maibach
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