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Contact Dermatitis (Feet)
Contact Dermatitis (Feet)
Contact Dermatitis (Feet)

This image shows the redness, scaling, crusting, and swelling of an allergic contact dermatitis. The person underwent patch testing, which showed a positive reaction to paraphenylenediamine, a dye commonly use for dying shoe leather.

Image courtesy of Karen McKoy, MD.

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Contact Dermatitis