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Practice Question Answers: Allergic Contact Dermatitis, Part 3

This fact sheet served to review common allergens seen in practice and represents a high-yield topic for board examination purposes.


 

1. Which of the following is an amide-type anesthetic?

a. benzocaine

b. cocaine

c. lidocaine

d. procaine

e. tetracaine

2. A patient is referred for patch testing for suspected allergic contact dermatitis and is found to have positivity to hydrocortisone butyrate. The patient should try to avoid all of the following, except:

a. desonide

b. desoximetasone

c. fluocinolone

d. fluocinonide

e. triamcinolone

3. A patient with a documented contact allergy to neomycin sulfate should avoid all of the following medications, except:

a. bacitracin

b. gentamicin

c. kanamycin

d. mupirocin

e. streptomycin

4. Imidazolidinyl urea can cross-react with all of the following, except:

a. diazolidinyl urea

b. DMDM hydantoin

c. para-aminobenzoic acid

d. quaternium-15

e. tris(hydroxymethyl)nitromethane

5. Mercaptobenzothiazole can coreact with all of the following, except:

a. carbamates

b. dibenzothiazyl disulfide

c. mercapto mix

d. methyldibromo glutaronitrile

e. thiurams

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