Contact Dermatitis

(The median citation count of Contact Dermatitis is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Short‐term skin reactions following use of N95 respirators and medical masks103
Onset of occupational hand eczema among healthcare workers during the SARS‐CoV‐2 pandemic: Comparing a single surgical site with a COVID‐19 intensive care unit94
Guidelines for diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of hand eczema90
Skin reactions of N95 masks and medial masks among health‐care personnel: A self‐report questionnaire survey in China80
Prevalence, incidence, and severity of hand eczema in the general population – A systematic review and meta‐analysis77
Surgical mask dermatitis caused by formaldehyde (releasers) during the COVID‐19 pandemic60
Patch test results with the European baseline series and additions thereof in the ESSCA network, 2015‐201845
The risk of hand eczema in healthcare workers during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Do we need specific attention or prevention strategies?41
Skin tests in the work‐up of cutaneous adverse drug reactions: A review and update36
Dysregulation of the epithelial barrier by environmental and other exogenous factors34
Contact allergy to and allergic contact dermatitis from formaldehyde and formaldehyde releasers: A clinical review and update28
Changes in skin characteristics after using respiratory protective equipment (medical masks and respirators) in the COVID‐19 pandemic among healthcare workers28
Contact dermatitis caused by glucose sensors—15 adult patients tested with a medical device patch test series27
Increased occurrence of hand eczema in young children following the Danish hand hygiene recommendations during the COVID‐19 pandemic27
Patch test results with the European baseline series, 2019/20—Joint European results of the ESSCA and the EBS working groups of the ESCD, and the GEIDAC26
Freestyle libre 2: The new isobornyl acrylate free generation25
The long‐term effect of dupilumab on chronic hand eczema in patients with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis—52 week results from the Dutch BioDay Registry25
Intense skin reaction to a new glucose monitoring and insulin pump system24
Changes in adhesive ingredients in continuous glucose monitoring systems may induce new contact allergy pattern23
Contact dermatitis caused by glucose sensors, insulin pumps, and tapes: Results from a 5‐year period22
Hand hygiene and hand eczema: A systematic review and meta‐analysis22
Three cases of non‐atopic hyperkeratotic hand eczema treated with dupilumab21
Allergic contact dermatitis caused by elastic bands from FFP2 mask21
Allergic contact dermatitis caused by 2‐hydroxyethyl methacrylate and ethyl cyanoacrylate contained in cosmetic glues among hairdressers and beauticians who perform nail treatments and eyelash extensi21
European patch test results with audit allergens as candidates for inclusion in the European Baseline Series, 2019/20: Joint results of the ESSCAA and the EBSB21
Analytical survey of tattoo inks—A chemical and legal perspective with focus on sensitizing substances21
Concomitant positive patch test reactions in FreeStyle‐allergic patients sensitized to isobornyl acrylate20
Natural ingredients in cosmetic products—A suggestion for a screening series for skin allergy20
The European baseline series and recommended additions: 202319
The presence of benzophenone in sunscreens and cosmetics containing the organic UV filter octocrylene: A laboratory study18
Teledermatology and hygiene practices during the COVID‐19 pandemic18
Systemic allergic dermatitis (systemic contact dermatitis) from pharmaceutical drugs: A review17
Ultraviolet filters in sunscreens and cosmetic products—A market survey17
Patch testing in drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS): A literature review16
Trends in preservative allergy: Benzisothiazolinone emerges from the pack16
Contact allergy to haptens in the Swedish baseline series: Results from the Swedish Patch Test Register (2010 to 2017)16
Incidence rates of occupational contact dermatitis in Denmark between 2007 and 2018: A population‐based study16
Characteristics and incidence of contact dermatitis among hairdressers in north‐eastern Italy16
Hyperkeratotic hand eczema: Eczema or not?16
Ten years of contact allergy from acrylic compounds in an occupational dermatology clinic16
Allergic contact dermatitis from (“hypoallergenic”) adhesives containing D‐limonene16
Formaldehyde 2% is not a useful means of detecting allergy to formaldehyde releasers— results of the ESSCA network, 2015‐201815
Allergic contact dermatitis due to the liquid skin adhesive Dermabond® predominantly occurs after the first exposure15
Degree of employment, sick leave, and costs following notification of occupational contact dermatitis—A register‐based study15
Occupational contact allergy: The European perspective–Analysis of patch test data from ESSCA between 2011 and 202015
The role of interleukin‐ in the immune response to contact allergens15
Contact sensitization in metalworkers: Data from the information network of departments of dermatology (IVDK), 2010–201815
Occupational and non‐occupational allergic contact dermatitis to hair dyes in Greece. A 10‐year retrospective study15
Adverse skin reactions among health care workers using face personal protective equipment during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic: A cross‐sectional survey of six hospitals in Denmark15
Review of biologics in allergic contact dermatitis15
A closer look at allergic contact dermatitis caused by topical ophthalmic medications15
Baricitinib treatment of severe chronic hand eczema: Two case reports14
Nickel and tattoos: Where are we?14
Contact allergy to oxidized linalool and oxidized limonene: Patch testing in consecutive patients with dermatitis14
Evaluation of the secondary and tertiary prevention strategies against occupational contact dermatitis in Germany: A systematic review14
Patch testing and diagnosis when suspecting allergic contact dermatitis from medical devices13
Prevalence and incidence of hand eczema in hairdressers—A systematic review and meta‐analysis of the published literature from 2000–202113
Sensitization to benzyl salicylate and other allergens in patients with frontal fibrosing alopecia13
Patch testing of budesonide in Italy: The SIDAPA baseline series experience, 2018–201913
Relevance of contact sensitizations in occupational dermatitis patients with special focus on patch testing of workplace materials13
Use of protective gloves by hairdressers: A review of efficacy and potential adverse effects13
Contact allergy to polyhexamethylene biguanide (polyaminopropyl biguanide)12
Limonene and linalool hydroperoxides review: Pros and cons for routine patch testing12
The transcriptome of hand eczema assessed by tape stripping12
How irritant are n‐propanol and isopropanol? – A systematic review12
Skin exposure to scented products used in daily life and fragrance contact allergy in the European general population ‐ The EDEN Fragrance Study12
Allergic contact dermatitis from potassium sorbate and sorbic acid in topical pharmaceuticals and medical devices12
A negative breakdown test in a fragrance mix I‐positive patient does not rule out contact allergy to its fragrance constituents11
In vivo demonstration of immunologic cross‐reactivity to octylisothiazolinone in patients primarily and strongly sensitized to methylisothiazolinone11
How does working in pandemic units affect the risk of occupational hand eczema in healthcare workers during the coronavirus disease‐2019 (COVID‐19) pandemic: A comparative analysis with nonpandemic un11
Occupational contact dermatitis among young people in Denmark – A survey of causes and long‐term consequences11
An update on the prevalence and risk exposures associated with hand eczema in Danish hospital employees: A cross‐sectional questionnaire‐based study11
Evolution of methylisothiazolinone sensitization: A Belgian multicentric study from 2014 to 201911
Contact allergy and allergic contact dermatitis from benzalkonium chloride in a tertiary dermatology center in Melbourne, Australia11
Developing a cosmetic series: Results from the ESSCA network, 2009‐201811
Effects of skin washing frequency on the epidermal barrier function and inflammatory processes of the epidermis: An experimental study11
Colonization with Staphylococcus aureus in patients with hand eczema: Prevalence and association with severity, atopic dermatitis, subtype and nasal colonization11
Allergic contact dermatitis and other occupational skin diseases in health care workers in the Finnish Register of Occupational Diseases in 2005–201610
European Surveillance System on Contact Allergies (ESSCA): Characteristics of patients patch tested and diagnosed with irritant contact dermatitis10
Assessment of hand hygiene strategies on skin barrier function during COVID‐19 pandemic: A randomized clinical trial10
Hairdressers’ occupational skin diseases in the Finnish Register of Occupational Diseases in a period of 14 years10
Periocular allergic contact dermatitis caused by brinzolamide10
mMrgprA3/mMrgprC11/hMrgprX1: Potential therapeutic targets for allergic contact dermatitis–induced pruritus in mice and humans10
Contact allergy in children with and without atopic dermatitis: An Italian multicentre study10
Occupational allergic contact dermatitis: A 24‐year, retrospective cohort study from Turkey10
Patch test results of the European baseline series among 1309 patients in Turkey between 2013 and 201910
Application of the adverse outcome pathway framework for investigating skin sensitization potential of nanomaterials using new approach methods10
Results of patch testing in acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP): A literature review10
Facial contact dermatitis caused by cosmetic‐relevant allergens10
Patch testing with a textile dye mix with and without Disperse Orange 310
Construction workersʼ skin disorders in the Finnish Register of Occupational Diseases 2005‐201610
Differences between hairdressers and consumers in skin exposure to hair cosmetic products: A review10
Skin barrier function after repeated short‐term application of alcohol‐based hand rub following intervention with water immersion or occlusion9
Hand eczema and lifestyle factors in the Dutch general population: Evidence for smoking, chronic stress, and obesity9
First case of DRESS syndrome caused by hydroxychloroquine with a positive patch test9
Prevention of occupational hand eczema in healthcare workers during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A controlled intervention study9
Allergic contact dermatitis from a disposable blood pressure cuff containing isobornyl acrylate and 2‐phenoxyethyl acrylate9
Occupational contact dermatitis in painters and varnishers: Data from the Information Network of Departments of Dermatology (IVDK), 2000 to 20199
What is the optimal duration for a ROAT? The experience of the French Dermatology and Allergology group (DAG)9
Systematic review on skin adverse effects of important hazardous hair cosmetic ingredients with a focus on hairdressers9
Contact sensitization to essential oils: IVDK data of the years 2010–20199
Decrease of contact allergy to hydroxyisohexyl 3‐cyclohexene carboxaldehyde in Europe prior to its ban and diagnostic value9
Iatrogenic allergic contact dermatitis in the (peri)anal and genital area9
Multiple cases of sensitization to an antiseptic containing chlorhexidine digluconate/benzalkonium chloride/benzyl alcohol with different profiles of sensitization in adults and children9
Exposure and work‐related factors in subjects with hand eczema: Data from a cross‐sectional questionnaire within the Lifelines Cohort Study9
Facial dermatoses in health care professionals induced by the use of protective masks during the COVID‐19 pandemic9
Severe acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP) induced by miconazole oral gel with overlapping features of drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS)9
The European baseline series: Criteria for allergen inclusion with reference to formaldehyde releasers8
A comparative study between the two patch test systems Finn chambers and Finn chambers AQUA8
Myroxylon pereirae (balsam of Peru): Still worth testing?8
Experiences from daily practice of upadacitinib treatment on atopic dermatitis with a focus on hand eczema: Results from the BioDay registry8
2‐Hydroxyethyl methacrylate (HEMA): A clinical review of contact allergy and allergic contact dermatitis. Part 2. Cross‐ and co‐sensitization, ot8
Should methyldibromo glutaronitrile continue to be used in the European baseline Series? A REIDAC national cross‐sectional study8
Hypersensitivity to permanent tattoos: Literature summary and comprehensive review of patch tested tattoo patients 1997–20228
Titanium salts tested in reconstructed human skin with integrated MUTZ‐3‐derived Langerhans cells show an irritant rather than a sensitizing potential8
Nickel and cobalt release from beauty tools: A field study in the German cosmetics trade8
Topical eye medications causing allergic contact dermatitis8
Methylchloroisothiazolinone/methylisothiazolinone and methylisothiazolinone contact allergy: A 24‐year, single‐center, retrospective cohort study from Turkey8
Bullous fixed drug eruption induced by fluconazole: Importance of multi‐site lesional patch testing8
One hundred years of allergic contact dermatitis due to oxidized terpenes: What we can learn from old research on turpentine allergy8
Tracing colophonium in consumer products8
Preservatives in non‐cosmetic products: Increasing human exposure requires action for protection of health8
The epidemic of contact allergy to methylisothiazolinone—An analysis of Danish consecutive patients patch tested between 2005 and 20198
Non‐occupational, recreational epoxy resin contact allergy: Report of two cases8
2‐Hydroxyethyl methacrylate (HEMA): A clinical review of contact allergy and allergic contact dermatitis—Part 1. Introduction, epidemiology, case series and case reports8
Contact allergy to the Dexcom G6 glucose monitoring system—Role of 2,2′‐methylenebis(6‐tert‐butyl‐4‐methylphenol) monoacrylate in the new adhesive8
Frequency of sensitization to the individual fragrances of fragrance mix I and II according to the factors included in the MOAHLFA index8
Severe contact urticaria, mimicking allergic contact dermatitis, due to a surgical mask worn during the COVID‐19 pandemic8
Occupational airborne contact urticaria, anaphylaxis and asthma in farmers and agronomists due to Bruchus pisorum7
Stratum corneum levels of inflammatory mediators and natural moisturizing factor in patch test reactions to thiurams and fragrances and their possible role in discrimination between irritant an7
Inter‐rater variability in patch test readings and final interpretation using store‐forward teledermatology7
Prevalence and trend of allergen sensitization in patients referred for patch testing with a final diagnosis of psoriasis: North American Contact Dermatitis7
Nickel allergy is associated with a broad spectrum cytokine response7
Facial dermatoses induced by face masks: A systematic review and meta‐analysis of observational studies7
Lifestyle factors and hand eczema: A systematic review and meta‐analysis of observational studies7
Pediatric contact allergy: A comparative study with adults7
Does aluminium in sunscreens cause dermatitis in children with aluminium contact allergy: A repeated open application test study7
Use test with l‐carvone in toothpaste on sensitized individuals7
Disperse azo dyes, arylamines and halogenated dinitrobenzene compounds in synthetic garments on the Swedish market7
Patch testing with sodium disulfite: North American Contact Dermatitis Group experience, 2017 to 20187
Hand dermatitis aggravated by contact allergy to methylisothiazolinone in protective nitrile gloves7
Prevalence, concomitant reactions, and factors associated with fragrance allergy in Thailand7
Contact sensitization to benzisothiazolinone: IVDK‐data of the years 2002 to 20217
Value of photo assessment in late patch test readings—A multicenter study from six European patch test clinics7
New evidence on the minimal important change (MIC) for the Hand Eczema Severity Index (HECSI)7
Assessment of cytotoxicity and sensitization potential of intradermally injected tattoo inks in reconstructed human skin7
Severe adverse drug reaction in SARS‐CoV‐2 infection: AGEP induced by ceftriaxone and confirmed by patch test7
Non‐occupational allergic contact dermatitis from epoxy resin in children's games7
Occupational allergic contact dermatitis and contact urticaria caused by indoor plants in plant keepers6
Aluminium contact allergy without vaccination granulomas: A systematic review and meta‐analysis6
Contact allergy in a paediatric population observed in a tertiary referral centre in Belgium6
Effectiveness of secondary prevention in metalworkers with work‐related skin diseases and comparison with participants of a tertiary prevention program: A prospective cohort study6
Etoricoxib‐induced fixed drug eruption: Report of seven cases6
Clinical factors before or after device implantation in predicting metal hypersensitivity reactions: A retrospective study6
Symmetric drug–related intertriginous and flexural exanthema–like eruption related to coronavirus disease 2019 vaccine6
Patch test results with caine mix III and its three constituents in consecutive patients of the IVDK6
Fluconazole‐induced fixed drug eruption confirmed by extemporaneous patch testing6
Cicatricial alopecia following allergic contact dermatitis from hair dyes: A rare clinical presentation6
Comment on MDBGN/DBDCB, the European baseline series, and EU legislation6
Occupational contact allergy of construction workers in Greece: Trends during 2009–20186
Allergic contact dermatitis from dyes used in the temple of spectacles6
Assessment of the different skin sensitization potentials of irritants and allergens as single substances and in combination using the KeratinoSens assay6
Improving povidone‐iodine and iodine preparations for patch testing6
Occupational allergic contact dermatitis to isobornyl acrylate present in cell phone screen protectors6
A nationwide skin protection program introduced in hairdressing vocational schools was followed by a decreased risk of occupational hand eczema6
A case of allergic contact dermatitis caused by Olanedine solution—A diagnostic patch‐testing method involving dried filter paper6
Systemic allergic dermatitis from intra‐articular triamcinolone acetonide: Report of two cases with unusual clinical manifestations6
Allergic contact dermatitis from shellac in an ecological hair spray occurring in a patient with frontal fibrosing alopecia6
Patch testing with the Japanese baseline series 2015: A 4‐year experience6
Memory T helper cells identify patients with nickel, cobalt, and chromium metal allergy6
Differential influence of Streptococcus mitis on host response to metals in reconstructed human skin and oral mucosa6
Food allergens in skincare products marketed for children6
Occupational airborne allergic contact dermatitis to invasive Compositae species treated with abrocitinib: A case report6
Titanium allergy as a possible cause of extrusion of a bone conduction ear implant6
Isocyanates may contribute to allergic contact dermatitis from diabetes devices and wound dressings6
Non‐occupational protein contact dermatitis induced by mango fruit6
Regulation of the immune response to contact sensitizers by Nrf26
Reactivation of drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms with ranitidine patch testing6
Nickel penetration into stratum corneum in FLG null carriers—A human experimental study6
Caution against injudicious vaccine allergy skin tests: Adverse reactions after intradermal COVID‐19 vaccine testing6
Prevalence and trend of allergen sensitization in patients with nummular (discoid) eczema referred for patch testing: North American Contact Dermatitis Group data, 2001–20166
Atypical cases of pseudo‐psoriatic nails associated with acrylate contact allergy6
Patch test results in patients with suspected contact allergy to shoes: Retrospective IVDK data analysis 2009–20186
Characteristics of hand eczema in final‐year apprentice nurses during the COVID‐19 pandemic6
Systemic allergic dermatitis caused by a copper‐containing intra‐uterine device6
Angioedema‐like contact dermatitis caused by mesotherapy with dutasteride6
Nickel release from metallic earrings: A survey of the Danish market and validation of the nickel spot test6
Work‐related and personal risk factors for occupational contact dermatitis: A systematic review of the literature with meta‐analysis5
Patch testing shellac in consecutive patients—Data of the Information Network of Departments of Dermatology (IVDK) 20215
Contact sensitizations to disinfectants containing alcohols or quaternary ammonium compounds are rarely of clinical relevance5
Patch testing hydroperoxides of limonene and linalool in consecutive patients—Results of the IVDK 2018–20205
Allergic contact dermatitis to Compositae: A possible cause of dupilumab‐associated facial and neck dermatitis in atopic dermatitis patients?5
Patch tests in nonimmediate cutaneous adverse drug reactions: The importance of late readings on day 45
Length matters: Use of polyethylene glove liners to prevent allergic contact dermatitis to rubber accelerators5
Clinical relevance of positive patch test reactions to lanolin: A ROAT study5
Ethosuximide‐induced Stevens‐Johnson syndrome/toxic epidermal necrolysis overlap confirmed by patch testing in a child5
Simultaneous patch testing with fragrance markers in the baseline series and the ingredients of fragrance mixes: An update from southern Sweden5
The first case of drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS) syndrome caused by apalutamide, a novel oral androgen receptor antagonist5
A comparison between self‐reported hand eczema and self‐reported signs and symptoms of skin lesions indicating hand eczema5
Patients' perspectives on quality of care for chronic hand eczema: A qualitative study5
Characterization of patients with occupational allergy to two new epoxy hardener compounds5
Associated positive patch test reactions to standard contact allergens: 10‐year data from the Slovenian E‐Surveillance System5
Clinical relevance of ptert‐butylphenol‐formaldehyde resin (PTBP‐FR) contact allergy among general dermatology patients5
Patch testing with aluminium Finn Chambers could give false‐positive reactions in patients with contact allergy to aluminium5
Allergic contact dermatitis due to dorzolamide eyedrops5
Hand eczema in glove‐wearing patients5
Contact leukoderma following irritant contact dermatitis to an isopropanol‐based hand rub: A consequence of rigorous hand hygiene5
“Mask vitiligo” secondary to frictional dermatitis from surgical masks5
Contact allergy to fragrance mix I and its components in individuals with photocontact allergy to ketoprofen5
Pustular allergic contact dermatitis caused by a sunscreen5
Patch testing with purified and oxidized citronellol5
Photopatch testing in Chinese patients: A 5‐year experience5
Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis due to nystatin confirmed by scratch patch test5
Toxic epidermal necrolysis induced by cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator modulators5
Sensitization to modified colophonium in glucose sensors: Another problem for diabetes patients5
Hand dermatitis from daylight curing “hybrid” gel nail polish5
Feeding of a fat‐enriched diet causes the loss of resistance to contact hypersensitivity5
Nail dystrophy mimicking psoriatic disease caused by contact allergy to nail varnish allergens including copolymers5
Treatment with delgocitinib cream improves itch, pain and other signs and symptoms of chronic hand eczema: Results from the Hand Eczema Symptom Diary in a phase IIb randomized clinical tria5
Pentylene glycol: An emerging cosmetic allergen?5
Allergic contact dermatitis to accelerators in rubber gloves marketed as accelerator‐free5
Patch testing with the European baseline series and 10 added allergens: Single‐centre study of 748 patients5
Prevalence of contact allergy to corticosteroids in a Danish patient population5
What is the added value of patch testing with 30 fragrance allergens in addition to the European Baseline series?5
Tofacitinib in refractory Parthenium‐induced airborne allergic contact dermatitis5
Allergic contact dermatitis from oleoyl tyrosine in a sunscreen5
Risk factors for granulomas in children following immunization with aluminium‐adsorbed vaccines: A Danish population‐based cohort study5
Patterns of positive patch test reactions to formaldehyde and formaldehyde releasers at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health from 2007 to5
Allergic contact dermatitis caused by caprylic/capric triglyceride from an anti‐aging cosmetic cream5
Prevalence and trend of allergen sensitization in patients with cheilitis referred for patch testing, North American Contact Dermatitis Group data, 2001–20184
Tea tree oil contact sensitization in children4
Chronic hand eczema: A prevalent disease in the general population associated with reduced quality of life and poor overall health measures4
Effects and acceptance of semipermeable gloves compared to cotton gloves in patients with hand dermatoses: Results of a controlled intervention study4
Wheat‐dependent exercise‐induced anaphylaxis caused by percutaneous sensitisation to hydrolysed wheat protein in cosmetics4
Fixed food eruption caused by Maja squinado (European spider crab) in a child4
Allergic contact dermatitis associated with benzophenone sensitization after a recent black ink tattoo4
Occupational allergic contact dermatitis caused by shellac4
Flare‐up phenomenon in response to LiquiBand (n‐Butyl‐cyanoacrylate): Will this be a more frequent occurrence?4
A rare case of allergic contact dermatitis caused by 3‐O‐ethyl‐L‐ascorbic acid in skin‐whitening cosmetics identified under immunosuppressive therapy4
Allergic contact dermatitis to silicone in a continuous positive airway pressure mask4
Contact dermatitis from glucose sensors in Spain: A multicentric approach4
Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis induced by enoxaparin: 2 cases4
Sensitization to isothiazolinones in the Spanish Contact Dermatitis Registry (REIDAC): 2019–2021 epidemiological situation4
LncRNA‐WAKMAR2 regulates expression of CLDN1 to affect skin barrier through recruiting c‐Fos4
Quantification of preservatives in tattoo and permanent make‐up inks in the frame of the new requirements under the REACH Regulation4
Acceptance of semipermeable glove liners compared to cotton glove liners in health care workers with work‐related skin diseases: Results of a quasi‐randomized trial under real workplace conditions4
The additive value of patch testing non‐commercial test substances and patients' own products in a clinic of occupational dermatology4
Anaphylactoid reaction during patch testing for hair dye: A risk of skin testing4
Ciprofloxacin‐induced symmetrical drug‐related intertriginous and flexural exanthema (SDRIFE) in a psoriasis patient4
Chromium and cobalt release from metallic earrings from the Danish market4