Table 1. Common Sources Associated with the Top 10 NACDG Allergens, Currently Relevant Supplemental (non-NACDG) Allergens, and Irritant Contact Dermatitis

Published: 10-08-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/wbckkkrygp.1
Contributors:
Erin Warshaw,
Lindsey Voller,
Howard Maibach,
Kathryn Zug,
Joel DeKoven,
Amber Atwater,
Margo Reeder,
Denis Sasseville,
James Taylor,
Joseph Fowler, Jr,
Melanie Pratt,
Jonathan Silverberg,
Anthony Fransway,
Matthew Zirwas,
Donald Belsito,
James Marks, Jr,
Vincent DeLeo

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Mendeley Supplementary Table 1. Common Sources Associated with the Top 10 NACDG Allergens, Currently Relevant Supplemental (non-NACDG) Allergens, and Irritant Contact Dermatitis Allergen Sources Personal care products were the most common source for 6 of the top 10 NACDG allergens among E-only and E+HN groups. The remaining allergens were frequently associated with jewelry, hair products, and topical antibiotics. Sources for supplemental, non-NACDG allergens were similar. Currently Relevant Irritant Contact Dermatitis Sources Personal care products predominated as irritant sources for both eyelid-involvement groups. Medicaments, cleansers, hair products, and “persons” (perspiration, saliva, and tears) were also common.

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