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Fig. 1 | World Allergy Organization Journal

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From: Sex hormone allergy: clinical aspects, causes and therapeutic strategies – Update and secondary publication

Fig. 1

Frequency of different clinical manifestations of autoimmune progesterone dermatitis. Progesterone dermatitis is a rare disease with a broad spectrum of symptoms triggered by hypersensitivity reactions to the endogenous or exogenous steroid hormone. Based on available literature regarding clinical presentation a recent review article summarized the variety of cutaneous symptoms (a) as well as associated disease manifestations during each flare-up including extracutaneous symptoms (b) observed in 89 patients with progesterone dermatitis [32]. The percentage of patients with each clinical presentation as described by Nguyen and colleagues [32] is given in parenthesis

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