Environmental Dermatology

Environmental Dermatology

Botanical Briefs: Tulipalin A

Contact dermatitis is a common issue for many floral employees. Tulips are one of the most common causes of hand dermatitis.

Environmental Dermatology

Botanical Briefs: Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba)

Ginkgo extract is widely considered safe for use; however, dermatologists should be aware that it can cause systemic dermatitis and serious...

Environmental Dermatology

What’s Eating You? Mosquitoes (Culicidae)

We describe the pathophysiology and clinical appearance of mosquito bite reactions as well as proper management of this condition.

Environmental Dermatology

What’s Eating You? Caterpillars

This article focuses on the diagnosis and management of dermatoses related to caterpillars.

Environmental Dermatology

Aquatic Antagonists: Sea Cucumbers (Holothuroidea)

Sea cucumbers are sausage-shaped aquatic creatures living on the ocean floors across the world. They are considered a food delicacy in many...

Environmental Dermatology

What’s Eating You? Culex Mosquitoes and West Nile Virus

Dermatologists should be aware of the most common rash associated with West Nile virus (WNV), which is a nonspecific maculopapular rash appearing...

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