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EC number: 204-101-2
CAS number: 115-70-8
Only 1 of 160 patients reacted positively to AEPD. This patient
did not react to other MWF components, in particular not to
monoethanolamine and diethanolamine. Hence, no clincial relevance of the
positive test reaction to AEPD could be found. However, not all the MWFs
previously used by this patient could be identified. Therefore, previous
occupational exposure and relevance could be regarded as possible.
The patient reacted positively to AEPD belongs to a group of
metalworkers currently exposed to MWF with work-related hand dermatitis.
At the time of patch testing, this patient had been working in the
metalworking industry for 2 -20 years.
The importance of AEPD as MWF allergen still remains to be established.
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