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Contact allergy for Alstroemeria (inca lily)

, : Contact allergy for Alstroemeria (inca lily). Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 134(39): 1913-1914

We report 6 patients with occupational contact allergy to Alstroemeria cultivars. Four of them presented with the clinical picture of 'tulip fingers'. They all reacted to parts of fresh plants and to tuliposide A. The literature on Alstroemeria allergy is reviewed.


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