photoallergy


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photoallergy

n (pl -gies) fotoalergia
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However, onycholysis, sunburn-like skin reaction after the very first dose of SPFX, and its temporal association is highly suggestive of SPFX phototoxicity rather than photoallergy in our case.
Arenberger et al., "Severe diclofenac photoallergy in a patient treated with vemurafenib," Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, vol.
Histopathologic analysis of photoallergic reactions also includes epidermal spongiosis and dermal lymphocytic infiltrate, with necrotic keratinocytes, which is suggestive of photoallergy.
Repeated application of the 10% MJ solution at the same skin site in guinea pigs and in 50 volunteers did not show dermal sensitization; neither photoirritation nor photoallergy was observed in the volunteers.
Phototoxicity and photoallergy are different expressions of an abnormal skin reaction from the exposure to light, usually enhanced by endogenous or exogenous substances, which are selectively activated by solar radiation.
Thus, protein-protein photocrosslinking, or drug-protein photobinding originating photoallergy, as well as DNA damage resulting in photomutagenicity and photogenotoxicity, are well known.
A look at the safety of metronidazole 1% gel: Cumulative irritation, contact sensitization, phototoxiciry, and photoallergy potential.
Quinolone photoallergy: photosensitivity dermatitis induced by systemic administration of photohaptenic drugs.