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Chapter 3. Allergic Contact Dermatitis

Distribution

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Fig. 3-1

The patient’s face and neck are affected by erythema, edema, vesicles, and yellow crusts.


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Fig. 3-2

Edema, erythema, papules, pustules, and crusts. The bridge of the nose and paranasal folds have been spared.


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Fig. 3-3

Erythematous patches, papules, and plaques distributed in symmetrical fashion.


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Fig. 3-4

The upper eyelids show edema, erythema, and scales.


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Fig. 3-5

Lichenification and hyperpigmentation of eyelids. The allergic contactant was sulfa in eye drops.


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Fig. 3-6

Perioral region displaying erythematous papules and plaques, crusts, scales, and fissures.


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Fig. 3-7 A

Periocular, erythematous papules. The cause was rubber in goggles.


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Fig. 3-7 B

Periocular, erythematous papules. The cause was rubber in goggles.


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Fig. 3-8

Ear with edema, erythema, crusts, and scales.


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Fig. 3-9

Erosion on an earlobe and plaques on the neck and face.


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Fig. 3-10

Face, neck, and dorsa of hands and wrists with edema, erythema, scales, and erosions.


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Fig. 3-11

Dorsa of hands with tense vesicles and a bulla.


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Fig. 3-12

Nipple and areola altered by a scaly plaque.


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Fig. 3-13

Scales, erosions, and discrete and confluent erythematous papules. The cause was nickel in the belt buckle.