• Three patients developed eruptions attributable to oral contraceptives. The eruptions of two of the patients resolved when the women discontinued the use of oral contraceptives. The third patient changed the type of oral contraceptive she was taking, and the eruption subsequently subsided.
(Arch Dermatol 113:333-334, 1977)
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