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eBook Urticaria (Major problems in dermatology) ePub

by Robert P. Warin

  • ISBN: 0721691110
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Robert P. Warin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Saunders (1974)
  • Pages: 173
  • ePub book: 1358 kb
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The term urticaria denotes a monomorphic exanthem characterized by wheals (hives). Warin RP, Champion RH (1974) Urticaria. Saunders, London, pp 120–160 (Major problems in dermatology, vol 1 )Google Scholar. Fisher AA (1982) Contact urticaria due to medicaments, chemicals, and food.

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Urticaria (also known as hives) is a common skin condition which affects the dermis. It manifests as macules (flat lesions) and weals (superficial oedema) on the skin which are frequently erythematous and itchy (Marks 1983) (see Figure . ). It is a transient condition, with lesions appearing and disappearing within a few hours (Schocket 1993). This reaction can occur on a daily basis and involve numerous lesions with flares lasting a few days to weeks. A major mediator in the development of weals, flare (erythema) and itch is histamine which is released from skin mast cells.