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Allergic Contact-dermatitis From Prilocaine, One of the Local-anesthetics in Emla(r) Cream

Bibliographic reference Vandenhove, J. ; Decroix, J. ; Tennstedt, Dominique ; Lachapelle, Jean-Marie. Allergic Contact-dermatitis From Prilocaine, One of the Local-anesthetics in Emla(r) Cream. In: Contact Dermatitis : environmental and occupational dermatitis, Vol. 30, no. 4, p. 239-239 (1994)
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