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Photoallergy to Sandalwood Oil

Photoallergy to Sandalwood Oil Abstract A case of photocontact dermatitis to commercial sandalwood oil, an ingredient in many men's toiletries, is described. Patient reacted on skin testing to a broad spectrum of ultraviolet light. Dermatitis was persistent in spite of the absence of the original sensitizer and minimal erythemal dose was lowered, as in other "persistent light reactors." References 1. Lyons, R.: Low Cost Ultraviolet Apparatus for Small Medical Facilities , US Armed Forces Med J 7:1051-1054 ( (July) ) 1956. 2. Sams, W.M.: Contact Photodermatitis , Arch Derm 73:142-148 ( (Feb) ) 1956.Crossref 3. Fromer, J.L., and Burrage, W.S.: Ragweed Oil Dermatitis , J Allerg 24:425, 1953.Crossref 4. Jillson, O.F., and Baughman, R.: Contact Photodermatitis From Bithionol , Arch Derm 88:409-418 ( (Oct) ) 1963.Crossref 5. Wilkinson, D.S.: Further Experiences With Halogenated Salicylanilides , Brit J Derm 74:295-301 ( (Aug) -Sept) 1962.Crossref 6. Sidi, E.; Hincky, M.; and Gervais, A.: Allergic Sensitization and Photosensitization to Phenergan Cream , J Invest Derm 24:345-352 ( (March) ) 1955.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Dermatology American Medical Association

Photoallergy to Sandalwood Oil

Archives of Dermatology , Volume 96 (1) – Jul 1, 1967

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1967 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
0003-987X
eISSN
1538-3652
DOI
10.1001/archderm.1967.01610010068010
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Abstract

Abstract A case of photocontact dermatitis to commercial sandalwood oil, an ingredient in many men's toiletries, is described. Patient reacted on skin testing to a broad spectrum of ultraviolet light. Dermatitis was persistent in spite of the absence of the original sensitizer and minimal erythemal dose was lowered, as in other "persistent light reactors." References 1. Lyons, R.: Low Cost Ultraviolet Apparatus for Small Medical Facilities , US Armed Forces Med J 7:1051-1054 ( (July) ) 1956. 2. Sams, W.M.: Contact Photodermatitis , Arch Derm 73:142-148 ( (Feb) ) 1956.Crossref 3. Fromer, J.L., and Burrage, W.S.: Ragweed Oil Dermatitis , J Allerg 24:425, 1953.Crossref 4. Jillson, O.F., and Baughman, R.: Contact Photodermatitis From Bithionol , Arch Derm 88:409-418 ( (Oct) ) 1963.Crossref 5. Wilkinson, D.S.: Further Experiences With Halogenated Salicylanilides , Brit J Derm 74:295-301 ( (Aug) -Sept) 1962.Crossref 6. Sidi, E.; Hincky, M.; and Gervais, A.: Allergic Sensitization and Photosensitization to Phenergan Cream , J Invest Derm 24:345-352 ( (March) ) 1955.Crossref

Journal

Archives of DermatologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jul 1, 1967

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