Airborne allergic contact dermatitis (AACD) can be caused by airborne chemicals settling on exposed body parts. Repeated exposure to an allergen can induce AACD in the areas of exposed skin (typically, the face, hands, and forearms).
Case Report: A 67-year-old White woman presented in October 2019 with a 4-month history of severe pruritic facial and hand dermatitis, which began in June or July 2019.
Recommended CitationKale, Aditi and Gaspari, Anthony A, "A dog lover's dilemma: Airborne allergic contact dermatitis to tylosin." (2020). Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Biology Faculty Papers. Paper 141.
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