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Reddish-brownish, moderately coarse, blurred plaque at the contact point of the violin, interspersed with a few comedones; sooty surface. The dermatosis is often complicated by a contact allergic reaction.
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- Caero JE et al (2012) Fiddler's neck: Chin rest-associated irritant contact dermatitis and allergic contact dermatitis in a violin player. Dermatol Online J 18:10
- Gambichler T, Uzun A, Boms S, Altmeyer P, Altenmüller E (2008). Skin conditions in instrumental musicians: a self-reported survey. Contact dermatitis 58:217-222
- Jue MS et al (2010) Fiddler's Neck Accompanied by Allergic Contact Dermatitis to Nickel in a Viola Player. Ann Dermatol 22:88-90: PMC2883408.
Incoming links (1)Trumpet callosity;
Outgoing links (1)Acne mechanica;
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