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The most frequent symptoms were hypochondrial pain (48.9 %), epigastrial discomfort (27.7 %), vomiting (21.3 %), minor cough (12.8 %), urticaria (6.3 %), weakness (4.3 %), fever (2.1 %), side-or back-ache (4.3 %).
      
Adverse side-effects recorded were skin reactions such as itching exanthem or urticaria in eight of 70 patients.
      
Complications included haematemesis, pancreatic affection, carditis, reactive arthritis, urticaria, and transient malabsorption in one patient who had had a previous Billroth II operation.
      
In two patients a change of pathogen occurred; in one patient treatment had to be stopped after the first injection because of urticaria.
      
NSAIDs are estimated to be responsible for up to 25% of all reported adverse drug reactions, ranging from urticaria and angioedema to asthmatic attacks and anaphylactic shock.
      
Autoimmunity in chronic urticaria and urticarial vasculitis
      
In contrast to acute urticaria, etiology cannot be identified in most cases of chronic urticaria.
      
Recent evidence suggests that a subset of patients with chronic urticaria may have an autoimmune basis for their condition.
      
The demonstration of antithyroid autoantibodies in some patients with chronic idiopathic urticaria (CIU) provides support for an association.
      
Urticarial vasculitis is differentiated from chronic urticaria based on clinical features and biopsy findings of leukocytoclastic vasculitis.
      
Chronic urticaria: Background, evaluation, and treatment
      
Urticaria and angioedema will affect 15% of the general population during their lifetime, and this remains one of the most vexing cutaneous conditions to evaluate and treat.
      
This review presents recent information in a clinical context with the aim of aiding the physician in understanding the pathophysiology of urticaria and formulating an intelligent evaluation and treatment plan.
      
Allergic diseases of the eyelid include atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, and urticaria/angioedema.
      
Chronic urticaria-new concepts regarding pathogenesis and treatment
      
In ordinary urticaria, individual lesions disappear within 24 hours.
      
We recognize such a urticarial reaction as a different clinical entity than usual urticaria, which is presumably mediated by latephase inflammatory reaction in immediate hypersensitivity.
      
Recent studies performed under properly controlled conditions imply that sensitivity to food additives in patients with chronic urticaria/ angioedema is very uncommon.
      
Papular urticaria and things that bite in the night
      
Papular urticaria is a very common hypersensitivity reaction to the bites, stings, and contact with critters such as mites, ticks, spiders, fleas, mosquitoes, midges, flies, and even caterpillars.
      
 

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