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Epicutaneous tests

Epicutaneous tests are used for identifying the potential allergen when diagnosing allergic contact dermatitis.

To perform the test, allergens are placed on the upper back using patches (the number of patches depends on the number of allergens studied). Patches will be left on the back for two whole days (48 hours), after which they will be removed. The result of the test will be evaluated during the third appointment (usually 48 hours after the patches have been removed).

Doctors

Jelena Roomet
Jelena Roomet
Paediatric Allergist
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology
Krista Ress
Krista Ress
Allergist-immunologist, Head of Centre
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology
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Triine Annus
Triine Annus
Paediatric Allergist - Chief Physician
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology
Anni Kangur
Anni Kangur
Resident
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology
Tiia-Linda Okas
Tiina-Linda Okas
Allergist-immunologist
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology
Mare Suigom
Mare Suigom
Allergist-immunologist
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology

Nurses

Viktoriya Mikhalchuk
Nurse
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology
Irina Sergejeva
Irina Sergejeva
Head of nursing
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology
Veera Zinovjeva
Nurse
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology
Anastassija Rog
Anastassija Rog
Nurse
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology
Natalja Sviridenko
Natalja Sviridenko
Nurse
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology
Ilona Rudusan
Ilona Rudusan
Nurse
Clinic of Internal Medicine, Centre for Allergology and Immunology