• commonly
  • By far the most common form of oral LP. Reticulated white patches and/or plaques most commonly on the buccal mucosa but can occur anywhere along the oral mucosa including the gingiva, lip, palate, and esophagous. (clinicaladvisor.com)
  • results
  • CONCLUSIONS: Some false-negative methyl methacrylate, formaldehyde or glutaraldehyde patch test results may be attributable to instability of the test preparations. (cdc.gov)
  • face
  • Although I have not done a real patch test, but increasingly, I'm more careful about applying new stuff on my face by dabbing on small doses to a define area first. (vivawoman.net)
  • medical
  • Based on this patent, a company called The Ideas For Medicine, Inc. (now part of Horizon Medical Products, Inc.) manufactured and still distributes out a series of catheters, known as Rai's Catheters for use in performing descending phlebographic tests and for venous embolectomies. (wikipedia.org)
  • safe
  • If by the end of the test period, there are no visible signs of allergic reactions, then the product is most probably safe to use on your skin. (vivawoman.net)
  • The same testing process applies and if there are no burning, itching or stinging sensations, then the dye should be safe to use. (vivawoman.net)
  • Your doctor will watch you very closely during this test to make sure you're safe. (mountsinai.org)
  • white
  • The colors white, brown, and black were all tested, but each one seemed to draw curiosity from the other penguins. (wikipedia.org)