Shoe contact dermatitis is typical of many instances of contact dermatitis in that the pattern of presentation suggests the diagnosis but the causative allergen is elusive .
KeywordsNatural Rubber Contact Dermatitis Allergic Contact Dermatitis Natural Rubber Latex Ethyl Vinyl Acetate
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