Cutaneous Lidocaine Allergy Confirmed By Patch Testing
September 2002 | Volume 1 | Issue 2 | Case Report | 192 | Copyright © 2002
Julie M. Kaufmann; Elizabeth K. Hale, MD; Robin Ashinoff, MD and David E. Cohen, MD
A case is presented of a 55-year old woman who developed an eruption suggestive of contact dermatitis on repeated occasions after receiving anesthesia for dermatologic procedures. Patch testing revealed a positive reaction to lidocaine. Basic structures of anesthetics are reviewed, and the classification of immunologically-mediated allergic reactions is discussed. The presence of cutaneous lidocaine allergy has profound implications for the field of dermatology.
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