Occup Med (Lond). 2022 Apr 12:kqac020. doi: 10.1093/occmed/kqac020. Online ahead of print.
Cannabis allergy is not commonly reported, perhaps due to the legal status of cannabis use and the difficulties of obtaining permission to test it. We report 3 cases of work-related cannabis allergy with features suggestive of a dermatitis, rather than a contact urticaria. Only prick tests were able to confirm the diagnosis. Identification of the cause of the rash was essential to direct work re-deployment.
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