Capítulo 10. 10. Intoxicación por productos cosméticos y de higiene personal


1.  Prevalence of cosmetic sensitivity among beauticians. Sanchez Palacios A; Shaman F; Garca JA; Sanchez Palacios MA.Unidad de alergologia , Hospital Insular de G.C. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Allergol Immunophatol (Madr) (SPAIN) Jul-Aug 1995 23(4) p148-52.

2. Childhood lead poisoning through kohl. Mojdehi GM; Gurtner J.Nortnern Virginia Planning District Commitssion, Annandale, Va.,USA. Am J Public Health (UNITED STATES) Apr 1996 86 (4) p587-8.Kohl: a hazardous eyeliner. Al Hazzaa SA; Krahn PM. Armed Forces Institute of Pathology,Walter ReedArmy Medical Center, Washington, D.C.,USA. Int Ophthalmol (NETHERLANDS) 1995 19 (2) p83-8.

3. Danger in performing MR imaging on women who have tattooed eyeliner or similar types of permanent cosmetic injections.Carr JJ. Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC 27157-1022, USA. AJR AmJ Roentgenol (UNITED STATES) Dec 1995 165 (6) p1546-7.

4. Intersticial pneumopathy and polyartritis afterexposure to cosmetic talc. Fontana A; Gerard F; Artaud Y; Martinon S; Loire R; Vincent M. Presse Med (FRANCE) Jun 3 1995 24 (20) p959.

5. Rebound of severe methemoglobinemia from ingestion of a nitroethane artificial finger nail remover. Osterhoudt KC, Wiley CC; Dudley R; Sheen S; Henretig FM. Department of Pediatrics, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Children´s Hospital of Philadelphia 19104, USA. J Pediatr (UNITED STATES) May 1995 126 ( 5 Pt 1 )p819-21.

6. Endemic mercury burden cauded by a bleaching ointment in Balken refugees. Otto M;Ahlemeyer C; Tasche H; Von Muhlendahl KE. Akademie fur Kinderheilkunde und jugendmedizin e.V., Documentations und Informationsstelle fur Umweltfragen, Osnabruck. geundheitswesen (GERMANY) Dec 1994 56 (12) p686-9.

7. Alergic contact cheilitis from a lipstick containing oxybenzone. Aguirre A; Izu R; Gardeazabal J; Gil N; Diaz Perez JL. Dermatology Department, Hospital de Cruces, Bilbao, Spain. Contact Dermatitis (DENMARK) Oct 1992 27 (4) p267-8.

8. An epidemic outbreak of papular and follicular contact dermatitis to tocoferyl linoleate in cosmetics. Swiss Contact Dermatitis Research Group. Perrenound D; Homberger HP; Auderset PC; Emmeneger R; Frenk E; Saurat JH; Hauser C. Department of Dermatology, University Hospitals, Lausanne, Switzerland. Dermatology (SWITZERLAND) 1994 189 (3) p225-33.

9. Mercury poisoning associated with beauty cream-Texas, New Mexico, and California, 1995-1996. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep (UNITED STATES) May 17 1996 45 (19) p400-3.

10. Henna:a potential cause of oxidative hemolysis and neonatal hyperbilirrubinemia. Zinkham WH; Oski FA. Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University school of Medicine, Baltimore 21205, USA. Pediatrics (UNITED STATES) May 1996-97 (5) p 707-9.

11. Ingestion of caustic cosmetic products. Stenson K; Gruber B.Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of of Medicine. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg (UNITED STATES) Nov 1993 109 (5) p821-5.

12. Diagnosis and misdiagnosis of poisoning with the cyanide precursor acetonitrile: nailpolish remover or nail glue remover?. Rainey PM; Roberts WL. Department of Laboratory Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven , CT 06504. Am J Emerg Med (UNITED STATES) Mar 1993 11 (2) p104-8.