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Sosnowski’s hogweed and photochemical dermatitis

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25879979-2022-03-03

V.P. Kutsenko(1), D.D. Kovaleva(1), N.R. Mironova(1), S.S. Ledentsova(1), E.I. Peresada(2), P.V. Seliverstov(3) 1.- St. Petersburg Pediatric University University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, 194100, St. Petersburg, Litovskaya str., 2 2.- AO «North-Western Center of Evidence-based Medicine», Russian Federa-tion, 196158, St. Petersburg, Pulkovskoe Highway, 28A 3.- North-Western State Medical University named after I.I. Mechnikov of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Russian Federaion, 191015, St. Petersburg, Kirochnaya str., 41 Email: [email protected]

The article presents general information about the pathogenesis, clinical picture, diagnosis, as well as the treatment of phytophotodermatitis that occurs upon contact with the juice of Hogweed Sosnowski. The features of the course of the disease are described. The main preventive measures when working with cow parsnip are outlined.

Hogweed Sosnovsky
clinical picture

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