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  • Dyshidrotic eczema. This example is characterized by deep-seated vesicles and scaling on palms and lateral fingers, and the disease is often associated with an atopic diathesis. The evaluation of a patient with hand eczema should include an assessment of potential occupation-associated exposures. The history should be directed to identifying possible irritant or allergen exposures.

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  • Latex intolerance has become an increasingly important concept and diagnosis. In this textbook, we have aimed to cover all aspects of latex allergy including contact urticaria, irritation, and allergic contact dermatitis. An evidence-based and practical approach has been taken to describe the epidemiology, basic science, clinical presentation, management, and prognosis of the varied manifestations of natural rubber latex intolerance.

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  • Hand eczema is one of the most common clinical conditions treated and evaluated both among general dermatologists and in dermatological departments. Hand eczema is the most common occupational skin disease and one of the most frequent occupational disorders overall. Hand eczema can be long lasting and incapacitating. Research within the last decades has expanded our knowledge significantly. This knowledge has yet to find its way into general dermatological textbooks. D.S.Wilkinson provides a thorough introductory chapter on the definitions and problems of classification.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Clinical handbook of contact dermatitis - Diagnosis and management by body region" presents the following contents: Neck, hands, extremities, feet, trunk, anogenital region, patch testing, treatment considerations.

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  • The Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics is an independent entity established in partnership with Business Roundtable—an association of chief executive officers of leading corporations with a combined workforce of more than 10 million employees and $4 trillion in annual revenues—and leading academics from America’s best business schools.

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  • Table 54-12 Causes of Vesicles/Bullae I. Primary cutaneous diseases A. Primary blistering diseases (autoimmune) 1. Pemphigusa 2. Bullous pemphigoidb 3. Gestational pemphigoidb 4. Cicatricial pemphigoidb 5. Dermatitis herpetiformisb,c 6. Linear IgA bullous dermatosisb 7. Epidermolysis bullosa acquisitab,d B. Secondary blistering diseases 1. Contact dermatitisa 2. Erythema multiformea,b 3. Stevens-Johnson syndrome 4. Toxic epidermal necrolysisb C. Infections 1. Varicella/zoster virusa,e 2. Herpes simplex virusa,e 3. Enteroviruses, e.g., hand-foot-and-mouth disease 4.

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