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Lluis Puig ; Agustín Alomar ;Investigación Clínica 2006, 47 3

Author: María Cristina Di Prisco

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Investigación Clínica ISSN: 0535-5133 riclinicas@gmail.com Universidad del Zulia Venezuela Di Prisco, María Cristina; Puig, Lluis; Alomar, Agustín Contact dermatitis due to Para-Phenylenediamine (PPD) on a temporal tattoo with Henna.
Cross reaction to azoic dyes Investigación Clínica, vol.
47, núm.
3, 2006, pp.
295-299 Universidad del Zulia Maracaibo, Venezuela Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=372937664009 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Invest Clin 47(3): 295 - 299, 2006 Contact dermatitis due to Para-Phenylenediamine (PPD) on a temporal tattoo with Henna.
Cross reaction to azoic dyes. María Cristina Di Prisco1, Lluis Puig2 and Agustín Alomar2. Instituto de Biomedicina (MSDS-UCV), Laboratorio de Inmunopatología y Consulta de Alergia, Universidad Central de Venezuela.
Caracas, Venezuela y 2Servicio de Dermatología, Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau.
Barcelona, España. Correo electrónico: mdiprisco@telcel.net.ve 1 Key words: Henna, temporary tattoos, p-phenylendiamine, contact dermatitis Abstract.
Henna is used as a hair dye and to make temporary tattoos on the skin.
It is usually mixed with p-phenylendiamine (PPD) to increase colour intensity and to reduce the time of fixation on the skin proteins.
PPD can cross react with azoic dyes which are used as textile dyes.
We studied a patient with skin eczema in the area of a henna temporary tattoo.
The epicutaneous tests performed with the standard Trolab and Chemotecnique® hair dressing and textile batteries, showed positive results to PPD, p-toluendiamine, 5-4aminophenol, Yellow 3, Orange Red and Red 1, and negative results to three types of henna.
The eczema in this patient was due to sensitisation to PPD on a henna tattoo with ...





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