The latest book in Anton de Groot’s book series Monographs in Contact Allergy (Volume 4, Systemic drugs) has been released and is available both as printed book and eBook. It provides monographs of all 507 systemic drugs which have caused delayed-type cutaneous drug hypersensitivity reactions and/or occupational allergic contact dermatitis. The monographs present: Identification section; Occupational allergic contact dermatitis; and Cutaneous adverse drug reactions from systemic drugs caused by type IV (delayed-type) hypersensitivity, as shown by positive patch tests (e.g. maculopapular eruption, acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis [AGEP], fixed drug eruption, etc.) Separate chapters present an overview of the spectrum of allergic cutaneous drug reactions, diagnostic tests, and immediate contact reactions (contact urticaria). More info can be found here.