A Case of Contact Dermatitis by Pain Relieving Patch Deteriorated after Taking Lotus Root

파스 접촉 알레르기 치료 중 연근 복용 후 악화된 중등도 알레르기 피부 1례

  • Received : 2015.07.04
  • Accepted : 2015.08.13
  • Published : 2015.08.25


Objectives : The purpose of this study is to report that Korean medical treatment is good for deteriorated moderate allergic skin after taking lotus root while getting treatment for contact dermatitis by pain relieving patch.Methods : A 54-year-old woman patient with allergic contact dermatitis received treatment with acupuncture, herbal medicine, etc. We used observation and Visual Anologue Scale(VAS) to evaluate recovery from erythema, pruritus and skin damages.Results : A visible symptoms to the naked eye and VAS scale were effectively decreased after Korean medicine treatments.Conclusions : Korean medical treatments were effective for allergic contact dermatitis deteriorated by lotus root while getting treatment contact dermatitis by pain relieving patch.


Allergic contact dermatitis;Pain Relieving Patch;Lotus root


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