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Abstract

In the past 15 years, allergy from clothes and underclothes has become more infrequent, especially contact dermatitis due to textile resins, which used often to be caused by formaldehyde.

Keywords

Contact Dermatitis Allergic Contact Dermatitis Textile Resin Chromotropic Acid Ethylene Urea 
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