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Non Eczematous Contact Dermatitis: Underdiagnosed Entity?

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Most common types of contact dermatitis - Erythema multiforme-like, purpuric, lichenoid, pigmented.Other forms include chemical leucoderma, pustular allergic CD, granulomatous CD.Purpuric CD is polymorphic.Lichenoid CD - acute onset; resolves quickly.Lymphomatoid CD - similar to parapsoriasis and early stage of MF.Patch test reactions are eczematous; sometimes vesicular and bullae.Awareness of types of non eczematous CD is prerequiste to its diagnosis.Suspect in doubt cases.Pigmented CD: macular...
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