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Open Access Contact Dermatitis Associated with Mandragora Plant

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&60;p style&61;"margin&58; 0cm 0cm 0pt&59; text-align&58; justify&59; line-height&58; 200%&59; text-indent&58; 35.4pt&59;"&62;&60;span style&61;"line-height&58; 200%&59; font-family&58; 'Times New Roman','serif'&59; font-size&58; 12pt&59;"&62;Mandragora plant contains 80 different substances including alkoloids such as mandragorine, hiyosiyamine, and skapolamine. It presents sedative, aphrodisiac, emetic, analgesic, and anesthetic effects. In our presentation, we studied the case of a 58-year-old female patient who developed allergic contact dermatitis following the application of Mandragora roots to the skin for the treatment of leg pains. Plants such as Mandragora, which contain many chemicals, must be used carefully. Further, emergency physicians must be aware of the side effects of plants used in traditional medicine and show great accuracy at the diagnosis-treatment point. &60;/span&62;&60;/p&62;
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Ankara Eğitim ve Araştırma Hastanesi 2: Ankara Eğitim ve araştırma Hastanesi 3: Kırıkkale Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi Acil Tıp AD

Publication date: January 1, 2014

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