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TRICHOPHYTIN AND ALLERGY TO TRICHOPHYTIN: II. OBSERVATIONS ON THE VARIABILITY OF CUTANEOUS RESPONSES TO TRICHOPHYTIN

TRICHOPHYTIN AND ALLERGY TO TRICHOPHYTIN: II. OBSERVATIONS ON THE VARIABILITY OF CUTANEOUS... Abstract In the course of an investigation of the responses elicited in the skin by intracutaneous injections of various trichophyton extracts in a series of over four hundred patients, we encountered an unusual phenomenon in six instances. Our method of testing the skin of these patients included the injection of 0.1 cc. of each of three different stock trichophytins: (1) a 1: 100 dilution of Metz trichophytin prepared from Trichophyton gypseum, Trichophyton cerebriforme, Trichophyton migroides, Trichophyton rosaceum, Trichophyton violaceum and Trichophyton crateriforme—six strains—(2) a 1: 30 dilution of Lederle trichophytin prepared from one strain of Trichophyton interdigitale, and (3) undiluted Bischoff dermatomycol, a clasovaccine of Jausion and Sohier prepared from more than three hundred strains of fungi. When the six patients' skin at the sites of the tests was examined after forty-eight hours, no reactions were visible; but flare-ups were in evidence at one or more of the sites of injection References 1. Mayer, R. L.: Die Ursolidiosynkrasie des Meerschweinchens , Arch. f. Dermat. u. Syph. 163:223, 1931.Crossref 2. Frei, W.: Untersuchungen mit Neosalvarsan am Menschen , Klin. Wchnschr. 7:539 ( (March 18) ) 1928Crossref 3. Untersuchunger mit Neosalvarsan am Tier , Frei Klin. Wchnschr. 7:1026 ( (May 27) ) 1928Crossref 4. Sulzberger, M. B.: Hypersensitiveness to Arsphenamine in Guinea-Pigs: Experiments in Prevention and in Desensitization , Arch. Dermat. & Syph. 20:669 ( (Nov.) ) 1929 5. Arsphenamine Hypersensitiveness in Guinea-Pigs; Experiments Demonstrating the Rôle of Skin, Both as Originator and as Site of Hypersensitiveness , Sulzberger Arch. Dermat. & Syph. 22:839 ( (Nov.) ) 1930 6. Sulzberger, M. B., and Wise, F.: Drug Eruptions: Dermatitis Eczematosa Due to Drugs , Arch. Dermat. & Syph. 28:461 ( (Oct.) ) 1933. 7. von Pirquet, C., and Schick, B.: Die Serumkrankheiten , Leipzig, F. Deuticke, 1905. 8. Field, H., and Sulzberger, M. B.: Experiments in Poison Ivy Sensitivity , J. Allergy 7:139 ( (Jan.) ) 1936. 9. Jausion, H., and Sohier, R.: Les claso-vaccins , Presse méd. 37:621 ( (May 7) ) 1930. 10. da Fonseca, O., Jr., and de Area Leão, A. E.: Vaccinotherapia das epidermophyceas e das tinhas tonsurantes , Rev. med.-cir. do Brasil 39:269 ( (Aug.) ) 1931. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology American Medical Association

TRICHOPHYTIN AND ALLERGY TO TRICHOPHYTIN: II. OBSERVATIONS ON THE VARIABILITY OF CUTANEOUS RESPONSES TO TRICHOPHYTIN

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Abstract In the course of an investigation of the responses elicited in the skin by intracutaneous injections of various trichophyton extracts in a series of over four hundred patients, we encountered an unusual phenomenon in six instances. Our method of testing the skin of these patients included the injection of 0.1 cc. of each of three different stock trichophytins: (1) a 1: 100 dilution of Metz trichophytin prepared from Trichophyton gypseum, Trichophyton cerebriforme, Trichophyton migroides, Trichophyton rosaceum, Trichophyton violaceum and Trichophyton crateriforme—six strains—(2) a 1: 30 dilution of Lederle trichophytin prepared from one strain of Trichophyton interdigitale, and (3) undiluted Bischoff dermatomycol, a clasovaccine of Jausion and Sohier prepared from more than three hundred strains of fungi. When the six patients' skin at the sites of the tests was examined after forty-eight hours, no reactions were visible; but flare-ups were in evidence at one or more of the sites of injection References 1. Mayer, R. L.: Die Ursolidiosynkrasie des Meerschweinchens , Arch. f. Dermat. u. Syph. 163:223, 1931.Crossref 2. Frei, W.: Untersuchungen mit Neosalvarsan am Menschen , Klin. Wchnschr. 7:539 ( (March 18) ) 1928Crossref 3. Untersuchunger mit Neosalvarsan am Tier , Frei Klin. Wchnschr. 7:1026 ( (May 27) ) 1928Crossref 4. Sulzberger, M. B.: Hypersensitiveness to Arsphenamine in Guinea-Pigs: Experiments in Prevention and in Desensitization , Arch. Dermat. & Syph. 20:669 ( (Nov.) ) 1929 5. Arsphenamine Hypersensitiveness in Guinea-Pigs; Experiments Demonstrating the Rôle of Skin, Both as Originator and as Site of Hypersensitiveness , Sulzberger Arch. Dermat. & Syph. 22:839 ( (Nov.) ) 1930 6. Sulzberger, M. B., and Wise, F.: Drug Eruptions: Dermatitis Eczematosa Due to Drugs , Arch. Dermat. & Syph. 28:461 ( (Oct.) ) 1933. 7. von Pirquet, C., and Schick, B.: Die Serumkrankheiten , Leipzig, F. Deuticke, 1905. 8. Field, H., and Sulzberger, M. B.: Experiments in Poison Ivy Sensitivity , J. Allergy 7:139 ( (Jan.) ) 1936. 9. Jausion, H., and Sohier, R.: Les claso-vaccins , Presse méd. 37:621 ( (May 7) ) 1930. 10. da Fonseca, O., Jr., and de Area Leão, A. E.: Vaccinotherapia das epidermophyceas e das tinhas tonsurantes , Rev. med.-cir. do Brasil 39:269 ( (Aug.) ) 1931.

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Archives of Dermatology and SyphilologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Sep 1, 1937

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