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We describe a case of occupational rhinitis and asthma in a 46-year-old carpenter who presented nasal and bronchial symptoms after cedrorana (Cedrelinga catenaeformis Ducke) wood dust exposure. Skin prick tests (SPT) with a battery of common allergens and different kinds of wood, were positive to cedrorana and grass pollen and negative to the other wood extracts. Nasal provocation and exposure challenge tests with Cedrorana wood dust also gave a positive reaction. IgE-immunoblotting showed twopmid:17153887 fatcat:eudczpqxsreb5amsa3e2eywlka