Contact Urticaria Syndrome by Ana M. Gimenez-Arnau,Howard I. Maibach

By Ana M. Gimenez-Arnau,Howard I. Maibach

Contact urticaria syndrome was once first outlined in 1975 and because then clinical curiosity has progressively elevated. New circumstances are always being said furnishing details on novel scientific positive aspects. a lot of compounds should be chargeable for triggering the syndrome together with fragrances, cosmetics, latex, preservatives, flavorings, and disinfectants.

However, touch urticaria syndrome is frequently misdiagnosed partly because of a misinterpretation of its scientific manifestation and absence of information of acceptable trying out protocols and diagnostic courses. The latter need to be individualized for every sufferer in line with the substance in query, scientific heritage, attainable concomitant ailment, and medical signs mentioned after publicity to the suspected perpetrator.

Contact Urticaria Syndrome explains a number of features of this syndrome. The booklet discusses its definition, heritage, epidemiology, and occupational relevance. It additionally offers an in depth dialogue of varied triggers together with proteins, chemical substances, agricultural chemical substances, metals, crops, meals, and different components.

The publication describes identified immunological and nonimmunological reactions in addition to diagnostic instruments and attempt systems. This entire textual content is a invaluable source for dermatologists, toxicologists, immunologists, physicians, and different future health care companies diagnosing and treating sufferers with touch urticaria syndrome. It summarizes scientific adventure that makes it more uncomplicated for companies to choose the precise diagnostic instruments and healing approaches.

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