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This picture appears in Clinical dermatology: A color
guide to diagnosis & therapy, by Thomas P. Habif, Fourth
edition, 2004. Caption from the book :
Figure 4-9 : Poison ivy. A classic presentation with vesicles and blisters. A line of vesicles (linear lesions) caused by dragging the resin over the surface of the skin with a scratching finger is a highly characteristic sign of plant contact dermatitis.
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