914 Raison-Peyron N, Bergendorff O, Du-Thanh A, Bourrain J-L, Bruze M. Two new cases of severe allergic contact dermatitis caused by acetophenone azine. Contact Dermatitis 2017;76:380-381
915 Paulsen E, Hyldgaard MG, Andersen KE, Andersen F, Christensen LP. Allergenic sesquiterpene lactones from cushion bush (Leucophyta brownii Cass.): new and old sensitizers in a shrub-turned-a-pot plant. Contact Dermatitis 2017;76:280-286
916 Trokoudes D, Banerjee P, Fityan A, Sarkany R, White IR. White JM et al. Photoaggravated contact dermatitis caused by methylisothiazolinone. Contact Dermatitis 2017;76:303-304
917 Colomb S, Bourrain JL, Bonardel N, Chiriac A, Demoly P. Occupational opiate contact dermatitis. Contact Dermatitis 2017;76:240–241
918 Foti C, Romita P, Bufano T, Antelmi A. Allergic contact dermatitis caused by panthenyl ethyl ether in a patient with psoriasis. Contact Dermatitis 2017;76:181-182
919 Al Malki A, Marguery M-C, Giordano-Labadie F, Konstantinou MP, Mokeddem L, Lamant L, et al, Systemic allergic contact dermatitis caused by methyl aminolaevulinate in a patient with keratosis–ichthyosis–deafness syndrome. Contact Dermatitis 2017;76:190-192
920 Deza G, García-Bravo B, Silvestre JF, Pastor-Nieto MA, González-Pérez R, Heras-Mendaza F, et al. Contact sensitization to limonene and linalool hydroperoxides in Spain: a GEIDAC* prospective study. Contact Dermatitis 2017;76:74-80
921 Dekeyser S, van Tomme M, Boone B, van Geel N, Lapeere H. Occupational allergic contact dermatitis caused by thebaine and oripavine. Contact Dermatitis 2017;76:120-122
922 Smets K, Werbrouck J, Goossens A, Gilissen L. Sensitization from ketotifen fumarate in eye drops presenting as chronic conjunctivitis. Contact Dermatitis 2017;76:124-126
923 Oiso N, Tatebayashi M, Kawada A. Allergic contact dermatitis caused by efinaconazole: positive patch test reactions up to 0.1% pet. Contact Dermatitis 2017;76:53-54
924 De Groot A, Tupker R, Hissink D, Woutersen M. Allergic contact cheilitis caused by olaflur in toothpaste. Contact Dermatitis 2017;76:61-62
925 Pesonen M, Kuuliala O, Suomela S, Aalto-Korte K. Occupational contact dermatitis caused by 1,3-benzenedimethanamine, N-(2-phenylethyl) derivatives in hardeners for epoxy paints and coatings. Contact Dermatitis 2016;75:358-362
926 Gallo R, Pastorino C, Gasparini G, Ciccarese G, Parodi A. Scutellaria baicalensis extract: a novel botanical allergen in cosmetic products? Contact Dermatitis 2016;75:387-388
927 Lauriola MM, Corazza M. Allergic contact dermatitis caused by argan oil, neem oil, and Mimosa tenuiflora. Contact Dermatitis 2016;75:388-390
928 Pastor-Nieto M-A, Sánchez-Pedreño P, Martínez-Menchón T, Melgar-Molero V, Alcántara- Nicolás F, de la Cruz-Murie P. Allergic contact dermatitis caused by phenylethyl resorcinol, a skin-lightening agent contained in a sunscreen. Contact Dermatitis 2016;75:250-253
929 Raison-Peyron N, Guillot B. Allergic contact dermatitis caused by rotigotine in a transdermal therapeutic system. Contact Dermatitis 2016;75:121-122
930 Lopez-Villafuerte L, Clores KHM. Contact dermatitis caused by turmeric in a massage oil. Contact Dermatitis 2016;75:52-53
931 Hann S, Hughes M, Stone N. Allergic contact dermatitis to hydrolyzed wheat protein in a cosmetic cream. Contact Dermatitis 2007;56:119-120
932 Coenraads P.-J. Sensitization potential of hydrolysed wheat proteins. Contact Dermatitis 2016;74:321-322
933 Kim JH, Kim S-H, Yoon M-G, Jung H-M, Park H-S, Shin YS. A case of occupational contact dermatitis caused by N-acetylcysteine. Contact Dermatitis 2016;74:373-374
934 Suárez-Lorenzo I, Castillo-Sainz R, Cárden-Santana MA, Carrillo-Díaz T. Severe reaction to emtricitabine and lamiduvine: evidence of cross-reactivity. Contact Dermatitis 2016;74:253-254
935 Kanoh H, Banno Y, Nakamura M, Seishima M. Contact allergy to liquorice flavonoids: analysis with liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry. Contact Dermatitis 2016;74:191-192
936 Young E, Zimerson E, Bruze M, Svedman C. Two sensitizing oxidation products of p- phenylenediamine patch tested in patients allergic to p-phenylenediamine. Contact Dermatitis 2016;74:76-82
937  Madsen JT, Andersen KE. 2-Amino-4-hydroxyethylaminoanisole sulfate – a coupler causing contact allergy from use in hair dyes. Contact Dermatitis 2016;74:102-104
938  Darr-Foit S, Geier J, Elsner P, Schliemann S. Occupational contact allergy to the epoxy resin hardener 2-methylpentane-1,5-diamine. Contact Dermatitis 2016;74:115-116
939  López López OF, Goday Buján JJ, Del Pozo Losada J, Fonseca Capdevila E. Airborne allergic contact dermatitis caused by Apuleia leiocarpa in a parquet fitter. Contact Dermatitis 2016;74:122-123
940  Castelain F, Girardin P, Moumane L, Aubin F, Pelletier F. Anaphylactic reaction to povidone in a skin antiseptic. Contact Dermatitis 2016;74:55-56
941  Stenberg B, Bruze M, Zimerson E. Is p-tert-butylphenol-formaldehyde resin (PTBP-FR) in TRUE Test® (Mekos test) sensitizing the tested patients? Contact Dermatitis 2015;73:350-357
942  Pesonen M, Kuuliala O, Aalto-Korte K. Occupational contact dermatitis caused by (3- mercaptopropyl)trimethoxysilane in a windscreen repairer. Contact Dermatitis 2015;73:372-373
943  Jacobs M, Gilissen L, Vandevenne A-S, Goossens A. Peristomal allergic contact dermatitis caused by stoma adhesive paste containing N-butyl monoester of polymethyl vinyl ether maleic acid. Contact Dermatitis 2015;73:314-316
944  Shima K, Tanizaki H, Endo Y, Fujisawa A, Tanioka M, Miyachi Y, Kabashima K. Immediate hypersensitivity caused by cetylpyridinium chloride in a throat spray. Contact Dermatitis 2015;73:248-249
945  Aalto-Korte K. When should the diagnosis 'contact urticaria' be used? Contact Dermatitis 2017;77:323-324.
946  Werbrouck J, Lambrecht C, Goossens A. C12–15 alkyl benzoate: a new cosmetic allergen? Contact Dermatitis 2015;73:249-250
947  Kim M, Hwang SW, Cho BK et al (2015) Allergic contact dermatitis caused by essential oil of Hinoki (Chamaecyparis obtusa) on the periungual area. Contact Dermatitis 73:250–251
948  Otero-Rivas MM, Ruiz-González I, Valladares-Narganes LM, Delgado-Vicente S, Rodríguez- Prieto MÁ. A case of contact dermatitis caused by timolol in anti-glaucoma eyedrops. Contact Dermatitis 2015;73:256-257
949  Numata T, Jo R, Kobayashi Y, Tsuboi R, Okubo Y. Allergic contact dermatitis caused by adapalene. Contact Dermatitis 2015;73:187-188
950  Xu Y-Y, Yin J. Contact dermatitis caused by brazilin in Caesalpinia sappan. Contact Dermatitis 2015;73:189-190
951  Hirohata A, Hanafusa T, Mabuchi-Kiyohara E, Ikegami R. Contact dermatitis caused by efinaconazole solution for treatment of onychomycosis. Contact Dermatitis 2015;73:190-192
952  Harber ID, Adams KV, Casamiquela K, Helms S, Benson BT, Herrin V. Bendamustine-induced acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis confirmed by patch testing. Dermatitis 2017;28:292-293
953  Raessler F, Schliemann S, Elsner P. A rare case of contact urticaria and allergic contact dermatitis to maleic and fumaric acids. Dermatitis 2017;28:294-295
954  Grey KR, Hanson J, Hagen SL, Hylwa SA, Warshaw EM. Epidemiology and co-reactivity of novel surfactant allergens: a double-blind randomized controlled study. Dermatitis 2016;27:348-354
955  Asemota E, Scheman AJ, Brod B. Hypersensitivity reactions to metallic implants containing vanadium. Dermatitis 2016;27:387-388956
956  Corazza M, Virgili A, Ricci M, Bianchi A, Borghi A. Contact sensitization to emulsifying agents: An underrated issue? Dermatitis 2016;27:276-281
957  Olsen KC, Barnes P, Morton K, Norris P. A patch test–positive titanium hypersensitivity reaction. Dermatitis 2016;27:229-230.
958  Yu AM, DeKoven JG. Occupational airborne contact dermatitis from proton pump inhibitors. Dermatitis 2015;26:287-290
959  Watchmaker J, Collins R, Chaney K. Allergic contact dermatitis to manganese in metallic implant. Dermatitis 2015;26:149-150
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961  Fragrance material reviews by the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and published between 2000 and December 2013 in Food and Chemical Toxicology (Supplements) SEE NOTE D IN THE SECTION 'EXPLANATION OF TABLE 1'
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963  Bause GS, Kugelman LC. Contact anaphylactoid response to labetalol. Contact Dermatitis 1990;23:51
964  Johansen JD, Aalto-Korte K, Agner T, Andersen KE, Bircher A, Bruze M, et al. European Society of Contact Dermatitis guideline for diagnostic patch testing - recommendations on best practice. Contact Dermatitis 2015;73:195-221.
965  Brajon D, Menetre S, Waton J, Poreaux C, Barbaud A. Non-irritant concentrations and amounts of active ingredient in drug patch tests. Contact Dermatitis 2014;71:170-175
966 Barbaud A. Drug skin tests and systemic cutaneous adverse drug reactions: an update. Expert Rev Dermatol 2007;2:481-495
967  Aquino MR, Sher J, Fonacier L. Patch testing for drugs. Dermatitis 2013;24:205-214
968  De Groot AC. Monographs in Contact Allergy Volume I. Non-Fragrance Allergens in Cosmetics (Part I and Part 2). Boca Raton, Fl, USA: CRC Press Taylor and Francis Group, 2018 (ISBN 978-1-138-57325-3 and 978-1-138-57338-3)
969  Bircher AJ, Sigg R, Scherer Hofmeier K, Schlegel U, Hauri U. Allergic contact dermatitis caused by a new temporary blue–black tattoo dye – sensitization to genipin from jagua (Genipa americana L.) fruit extract. Contact Dermatitis 2017;77:374-378
970  Prasertvit P, Chareonyingwattana A, Wattanakrai P. Nevirapine patch testing in Thai human immunodeficiency virus infected patients with nevirapine drug hypersensitivity. Contact Dermatitis 2017;77:379-384
971  Saag M, Balu R, Phillips E, Brachman P, Martorell C, Burman W, et al. High sensitivity of Human Lleukocyte Antigen-B*5701 as a marker for immunologically confirmed abacavir hypersensitivity in white and black patients. Clin Infect Dis 2008;46:1111–1118
972 De Fré C, Bergendorff O, Raison-Peyron N, van de Voorde K, Romaen E, Lambert J, Persson C, Aerts O. Acetophenone azine: a new shoe allergen causing severe foot dermatitis. Contact Dermatitis 2017;77:416-417
973  Kosumi H, Yanagi T, Izumi K, Ito T, Shimizu H. Hair colour shampoo dermatitis. Contact Dermatitis 2017;77:419-421
974  Schuttelaar ML, Meijer JM, Engfeldt M, Lapeere H, Goossens A, Bruze M et al. Allergic contact dermatitis caused by dimethylthiocarbamylbenzothiazole sulfide (DMTBS) in canvas shoes: in search of the culprit allergen. Contact Dermatitis 2018;78:7-11
975  Hulstaert E, Bergendorff O, Persson C, Goossens A, Gilissen L, Engfeldt M, et al. Contact dermatitis caused by a new rubber compound detected in canvas shoes. Contact Dermatitis 2018;78:12-17
976  Pontén A, Bruze M, Hamnerius N, Svedman C, Bergendorff O. Dimethyldithiocarbamylbenzo- thiazole sulfide: an unexpectedly strong rubber contact allergen. Contact Dermatitis 2016: 75(S1):39
977  Shono M, Numata M, Sasaki K. Allergic contact dermatitis caused by Solvent Orange 60 in spectacle frames in Japan. Contact Dermatitis 2018;78:83-84
978  Shibata Y, Ohko K, Sano S. Can patch test sensitization with gold sodium thiosulfate be ruled out? – a case report. Contact Dermatitis 2018;78:94-95
979  Özkaya E, Yazganoğlu KD, Kutlay A, Mahmudov A. Varenicline-induced acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis confirmed by patch testing. Contact Dermatitis 2018;78:97-99
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