, Vu son potentiel sensibilisant, nous ne la conseillons pas dans une BSE systématique, capillaires, tatouages provisoires, objets en caoutchouc noirs

, Dans tous les cas, les produits suspectés selon l'histoire clinique, entrant en contact avec la peau de l'enfant, doivent être testés en plus de la BSE

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