alexa Systemically induced contact dermatitis from dental rosin.
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Occupational Medicine & Health Affairs

Author(s): Bruze M, Bruze M, Bruze M, Bruze M

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Abstract Rosin is a ubiquitous contact sensitizer which may be present in dental materials such as periodontal dressings, impression materials, cements, and cavity varnishes When a hypersensitive person is exposed to a sensitizer, allergic contact dermatitis/stomatitis may develop, most commonly after direct skin/mucosa contact with the sensitizer. However, widespread dermatitis may develop after systemic administration of the sensitizer, and this paper reports the case of a rosin-hypersensitive man who developed widespread eczematous dermatitis after dental treatment with a rosin-containing product.
This article was published in Scand J Dent Res and referenced in Occupational Medicine & Health Affairs

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