Dental Materials Tuula Estlander, Kristiina Alanko, Riitta Jolanki 37. Mechanisms in Allergic Contact Dermatitis Thomas Rustemeyer, Ingrid M. The fourth edition is an up-dated coverage of every conceivable aspect of the modern-day management of contact dermatitis. Le Dictionnaire des allergènes de contact est destiné à tous ceux qui souhaitent se familiariser avec les structures des produits chimiques impliqués dans la dermatite de contact. The reader will find one or more relevant literature references. This includes primary care doctors and specialists such as immunologists and dermatologists. Systemic Contact Dermatitis Niels K.
For optimizing the diagnostic approach a wide scale of information is provided on patch test concentration and vehicles, testing with patients own materials and a dictionary of contact allergens regarding chemical structures, sources and references. In plantations, the agricultural workers plant and tend the tobacco plants using different tools and use fertilisers and pesticides. Allergens of Special Interest Jeanne Duus Johansen, Jean-Pierre Lepoittevin, David Basketter, John McFadden, Heidi Søsted 32. Frosch, Johannes Geier, Wolfgang Uter, An Goossens 51. Core messages highlight the most important information and will help the reader gain a better understanding of the theoretical basis of the subject, greater competence in everyday practice, and increased awareness of areas in which more clinical and laboratory research remains needed.
Noneczematous Contact Reactions Anthony Goon, Chee-Leok Goh Part V. It describes various molecules with their principal name for classification. Pour chaque molécule, le nom principal est utilisé mais les principaux synonymes sont également mentionnés. Frosch Dictionnaire des allergènes de contact Le Dictionnaire des allergènes de contact est destiné à tous ceux qui souhaitent se familiariser avec les structures des produits chimiques impliqués dans la dermatite de contact. In occupational contact urticaria, various causative agents have been described, in particular chemicals or proteins. As it was not possible to be exhaustive, some allergens have been omitted since they were either obsolete, extremely rarely implicated in occupational contact dermatitis, their case reports were too imprecise, or they are extensively treated in other chapters of the textbook.
Predictive Tests for Irritants and Allergens and Their Use in Quantitative Risk Assessment David Basketter, Ian Kimber 13. They have thoroughly revised the original chapters that were retained, while adding a large number of new chapters - the first edtion had 22 chapters, the fourth one has 51 chapters. Metalworking Fluids Johannes Geier, Holger Lessmann 34. Soaps, detergents, and solvents are mainly responsible for irritant contact dermatitis. Occupational Contact Dermatitis Richard J. This includes primary care doctors and specialists such as immunologists and dermatologists. Immediate Contact Reactions Arto Lahti, David Basketter 6.
Historical Aspects Jean-Marie Lachapelle Part I. Ce chapitre a pour objet de familiariser le lecteur avec les structures chimiques des molécules les plus impliquées dans les allergies de contact. Plants are a common and likely the largest source of contact dermatitis. The intended audience is physicians involved with the management of patients with contact dermatitis and allergic skin disease. Contact Allergy in Children A.
Allergic Contact Dermatitis Related to Specific Exposures 29. Wigger-Alberti, Anders Boman, Gunh A. Coz, Jean-Pierre Lepoittevin Keywords: , , ,. Metals Carola Lidén, Magnus Bruze, Torkil Menné Carola Lidén, Magnus Bruze, Torkil Menné 33. Besides, imidazolinyl urea acts through the release of formaldehyde , which in small quantities could be trapped in the corneal layer.
Textile dyes in industry can sensitize workers, mainly in emerging countries, during the fabrication, the mixing of dyes, and the tinting textile processes. Brandão, An Goossens, Antonella Tosti 36. This chapter has been written in order to familiarize the reader with the chemical structure of chemicals involved in contact dermatitis, mainly as haptens responsible for allergic contact dermatitis. . Irritant contact dermatitis is frequent, due to calcium oxalate Amaryllidaceae, Araceae, Liliaceae , isothiocyanates Brassicaceae , esters of phorbol or of ingenol Euphorbiaceae , or protoanemonin Ranunculaceae. Identification of occupational contact urticaria, in particular under the clinical picture of protein contact dermatitis is a diagnostic challenge. Details of management are described based on three typical examples bricklayer, nurse and surgeon.
The mechanism can be an immunological or non-immunological. The E-mail message field is required. Skin Tests for Immediate Hypersensitivity Matti Hannuksela 27. Immediate type hypersensitivity reactions to natural latex proteins are well-described causes of occupational contact urticaria, resulting in protein contact dermatitis. Patch Test Concentrations and Vehicles for Testing Contact Allergens Anton C. Prevention and Therapy from Contact Dermatitis with Special Reference to Occupational Dermatology Jean-Marie Lachapelle, W. Ultrastructure of Irritant and Allergic Contact Dermatitis Carolyn M.
The textbook also covers epidemiology, the histopathology and ultrastructure of contact dermatitis, methods of skin-testing other than patch testing, skin penetration, and principles of prevention and protection. Skin Penetration Hans Schaefer, Thomas E. Furthermore, claims for compensation after surrender of the occupation are handled in a very different way. Frosch, Werner Aberer, Paul J. Hand Eczema Tove Agner 20. Dictionary of Contact Allergens: Chemical Structures, Sources and References Christophe J.