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Phototoxicity reaction after exposure to ruta graveolens. Zayas-Pinedo, P. Palabras clave: Ruta graveolens, Ruda, Fototoxicidad, Fitofotodermatitis. Phototoxicity is a type of inflammatory skin reaction that occurs as a result of exposure to a chemical in combination with light radiation exposure. Ruta graveolens , commonly known as rue, has been described in numerous publications as a substance causing phototoxicity reactions. We present the case of a couple who were transferred to our hospital with first and second degree burns associated with intense pain as a result of their contact with an infusion of rue and after sun exposure, which required entry in the Great Burn Unit. We believe that every professional who deals with burn treatment should include phytophotodermatitis in the differential diagnosis of partial-thickness skin loss.


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