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Axillary Contact Dermatitis: An Update on Potential Allergens and Management

Musicante, Meryl J.; Cohen, David E.; Milam, Emily C.
The differential diagnosis of dermatoses in the axillae is broad. Contact dermatitis"”both irritant and allergic"”represents common etiologies. Axillary contact dermatitis can develop following exposure to a variety of irritants and/or allergens. Frequently implicated sources include deodorants, antiperspirants, detergents, soaps, and clothing. Fragrance, a ubiquitous ingredient within these products, as well as metals and dyes, are common causes of contact dermatitis. Clinical assessment, bedside diagnostic techniques, histopathology, and patch testing can aid in the diagnosis and help inform management directions.
ISSN: 0011-4162
CID: 5629762

That New Shoe Smell: Allergic Contact Dermatitis to Fragrance in Shoes

Jairath, Neil K; Oza, Vikash S; Milam, Emily C
PMID: 37279024
ISSN: 2162-5220
CID: 5627942

Sea Urchin Dermatitis and Synovitis Relieved by Reflectance Confocal Microscopy-Directed Spine Removal

Ingrassia, Jenne P; Milam, Emily C; Cohen, David E; Levine, Amanda
PMID: 37883654
ISSN: 2162-5220
CID: 5614332

Association of perioral dermatitis with facial mask usage during the COVID-19 pandemic: A retrospective study

Nahm, William J.; Nagler, Arielle R.; Milam, Emily C.
ISSN: 2666-3287
CID: 5408352

Seasonality of photosensitive eruptions: Using google trends data to monitor peaks and troughs [Letter]

Liu, Xun; Milam, Emily C
PMID: 35488440
ISSN: 1600-0781
CID: 5217762

Contact Dermatitis in the Surgical Patient: A Focus on Wound Closure Materials

Nahm, William J; Cohen, David E; Milam, Emily C
ABSTRACT/UNASSIGNED:Irritant and allergic contact dermatitis from wound closure materials can occur in patients after surgical procedures. The resulting inflammation from contact dermatitis can compromise wound healing, mimic surgical site infections, and result in wound dehiscence. Components of wound closure material, such as antibiotic coatings, dyes, sterilizing compounds, or the material itself, have been implicated as contact allergens. This article provides the latest overview of the components of 3 major forms of wound closure materials-sutures, staples, and tissue adhesives-associated with contact dermatitis, discusses their cross-reactivity, and provides diagnostic and treatment guidelines.
PMID: 35481860
ISSN: 2162-5220
CID: 5217592

Potential for Allergic Contact Dermatitis in Popular Hair Care Practices and Ingredients

Karim, Maria; Klein, Elizabeth J; Nohria, Ambika; Taiwo, Dolly; Adotama, Prince; Cohen, David; Shapiro, Jerry; Milam, Emily; Lo Sicco, Kristen
PMID: 37339433
ISSN: 2162-5220
CID: 5542632

Delayed-onset psoriasiform eruption secondary to a phosphoinositide 3-kinase inhibitor: A case report and literature review [Case Report]

Tran, Duy C; Karim, Maria; Lo Sicco, Kristen; Brinster, Nooshin; Milam, Emily C; Tattersall, Ian W
PMID: 35647250
ISSN: 2352-5126
CID: 5250332

Permanent chemotherapy-induced alopecia presenting with erosive pustular dermatosis-like retention hyperkeratosis [Case Report]

Kolla, Avani; Liu, Lynn; Freedman, Jeremy; Ugonabo, Nkemjika; Kaunitz, Genevieve; Milam, Emily; Lo Sicco, Kristen; Brinster, Nooshin K
PMID: 35198705
ISSN: 2352-5126
CID: 5167762

Wet Your Whistles: Alcohol-Induced Flushing With Use of Topical Calcineurin Inhibitors

Milam, Emily C; Cohen, David E
Localized flushing after alcohol ingestion is a reported adverse effect of 2 topical calcineurin inhibitors, tacrolimus and pimecrolimus, which are approved to treat atopic dermatitis and used off label for other dermatologic conditions. We propose techniques for alleviating this phenomenon.
PMID: 35659131
ISSN: 2326-6929
CID: 5283032