Acute dermatitis on the skin of the neck, caused by Primula obconica - Image

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Acute dermatitis on the skin of the neck, caused by Primula obconica. This flower should be totally banned because it contains an allergen, primin, capable of sensitizing virtually every immunocompetent person even after a single contact. The dermatitis on the neck is caused by contamination by hands.

Acute dermatitis on the skin of the neck, caused by Primula obconica


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