By Javier Avalos
content material: Botanical background of dermatology --
Etiology of difficult reactions to crops --
prognosis and patch trying out of plant dermatitis --
Prevention of allergic touch dermatitis to vegetation --
Phytochemical approaches --
Botanical photoallergy --
poisonous anacardiaceae --
The pollen allergens of the betulaceae --
Allergic hardwoods --
Toxicodendron of the Southern Pacific --
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39 Contact dermatitis affects the face, hands, and forearms. Frain-Bell et al. 41 C. indicum contains arteglasin-A (present also in Artemisia ludoviciana Nutt). The presence of an alantolactone is not clear. The flower can be tested as is. Cross-reaction is possible with other plants of the Compositae family. p. Species Cichorium endiva L. (common endive) is cultivated outdoors with roots and leaves and in greenhouses after eliminating the leaves. Cichorium intybus L. (chicory), a herbaceous plant, grows along pathways and roadsides and in uncultivated soils.
Artemisiae folia DC short), high ragweed (or wild tansy), and A. psilostachya DC (or western ragweed). These four species are found in North America and in Europe. They grow on the prairies, in cultivated land, on wet soils, and along the roadside. Ragweed has long been known to cause allergic dermatitis by direct contact of the plant with the skin and by airborne dissemination of pollen. It is usually a chronic dermatitis with frequent acute exacerbations and vesicular and bullous lesions. The clinical picture can resemble atopic dermatitis.
Derm. , 43, 1463, 1936. 45. , Allergie aux plantes maraichres—artichauts, celeris, persil, Concours Med. Paris, 86, 3603, 1964. 46. Burry, Y. , Reid, J. , Australian bush dermatitis. Compositae dermatitis in south Australia, Med. J. , 1, 110, 1973. 47. Calnan, C. , 4, 168, 1978. 48. Vryman, L. , Dahlien wurzelrinden, Derm. Arch. Derm. , 168, 233, 1933. 49. , Active sensitization with alantolactone, Contact Derm. , 8, 175, 1970. 50. Mitchell, J. , and Towers, G. H. , Allergic contact dermatitis from Frullania and Compositae.
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