Air-borne dermatitis from Chrysanthemum – case report with a discussion of diagnostic procedures and therapy

Obtulowicz Aleksander 1, Antoszczyk Grażyna 2, Wojas-Pelc Anna 1
1 - Department of Dermatology the Jagiellonian University Medical Collage, Cracow, Poland
2 - Department of Clinical and Environmental Allergology Jagiellonian University Medical College, Cracow, Poland
Ann Agric Environ Med
2014; 21 (3):
ICID: 1120596
Article type: Case report
Airborne dermatitis belongs to a heterogeneous group of dermatoses of various etiopathology and clinical characteristics. This disease is characterized by acute or chronic inflammation of the uncovered skin exposed to irritants or allergens. Initially skin lesions are transient. The paper presents a description of chrysanthemum growers diagnosed with air-borne dermatitis from chrysanthemum. Etiology, pathomechanism, clinical course, diagnostics and therapeutical methods are described.
DOI: 10.5604/12321966.1120596
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