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Author: M. Aroon Kamath, M.D. | September 12, 2010

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September 25, 2010 10:34 AM
M. Jagesh Kamath, M.D.'s avatar

Dear Dr. Aroon Kamath, a very good compilation indeed! As a dermatologist I would like to add a few words,especially allergic or anaphylactic reactions to latex.  These reactions are seen,though rarely, in both medical personnel as well as patients,especially if they have a history of atopy.It would be prudent therefore to enquire for history of asthma or atopy before using or applying balloon devices, especially when used relating to rectal mucosa.


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