Occupational contact dermatitis

By Dr Sarah Hannam & Associate Professor Rosemary Nixon

Occupational contact dermatitis is a common occupational disorder, usually affecting the hands, although other exposed areas such as the face and arms may be affected.

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This article first appeared in Australian Doctor on the 10th of January, 2014

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