Brod Bruce

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Occupational Contact Dermatitis (dermatitis occupational, dermatitis due to oils and greases, dermatitis due to other chemical products [acids, alkalis, caustics, dichromate, insecticide, nylon, plastic, rubber], dermatitis due to food in contact with skin [cereals, fish, flour, fruit, meat, milk], dermatitis due to plants [ivy, oak, sumac, vine, primrose, ragweed, other], dermatitis due to paint)

Are You Confident of the Diagnosis? What you should be alert for in the history Diagnosis of occupational contact dermatits (OCD) is often difficult to prove. Much of the accuracy depends on the skill level, experience, and knowledge of the medical professional who makes the diagnosis and confirms the relationship with a workplace exposure. A…

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