Some reasons for the controversial opinions on the occurrence or nonoccurrence of allergy to trivalent chromium compounds are exemplified in a number of observations on bichromate-sensitive patients. It appears that the results of epicutaneous and intracutaneous tests are determined by quantitative factors and observation time.
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