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Cutis. 2021 Nov;108(5):271-275. doi: 10.12788/cutis.0390.


Topical drugs are used to treat a variety of cutaneous and noncutaneous conditions. Direct application to the skin can result in adverse cutaneous effects, including allergic contact dermatitis (ACD). In this article, we review medicament ACD with a focus on acne and rosacea medications, antimicrobials, antihistamines, and topical pain preparations.

PMID:35100534 | DOI:10.12788/cutis.0390

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