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Irradiance, as well as body site and timing of readings, is important in determining ultraviolet A minimal erythemal dose

E. Eadie, S. H. Ibbotson, R. S. Dawe
Irradiance, as well as body site and timing of readings, is important in determining ultraviolet A minimal erythemal dose. (Response to Gambichler et al. July BJD) Gambichler et al. demonstrated that, in their population, using a 25 mWcm−2 ultraviolet A-1 (UVA-1) source the median 24-hour delayed minimal erythema dose (MED) on the inner forearm was > 130 Jcm−2.1 This differs from the 20 Jcm−2 to 28 Jcm−2 median MED reported from our centre.2 This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1111/bjd.16005

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