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Year : 1994  |  Volume : 60  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 149--150

Minimal erythema dose to ultra-violet light in parthenium dermatitis



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C R Srinivas


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In Parthenium dermatitis, photosensitivity is a common feature. We studied the minimal erythema dose to UVA (2-18J/cm2) and UVB (30-70mj/cm2). MED to UVB was lowered in 9 cases but not detected in 1 whilst MED to UVA was seen in only 1 case. Reduction of MED to UVB is a definite indicator of photosensitivity in Parthenium dermatitis.






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