By Todd Pawlicki; Arno J Mundt
First outlined in 1975, touch urticaria syndrome (CUS) is a gaggle of inflammatory reactions of the surface. those reactions, that are rather universal, often seem inside mins of touch with numerous components. touch Urticaria Syndrome discusses reactions because of chemical substances, animal items, antibiotics, cosmetics, and plenty of different fabrics. Chapters written via best specialists within the box evaluate scientific shows, causative brokers, pathophysiology, method of assessment, and checking out technique . This logically dependent textual content presents simply available details and contours a number of precis tables. unique concerns equivalent to formative years atopic dermatitis, protein touch dermatitis, paronychia, and the oral hypersensitivity syndrome are addressed besides
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Contact Urticaria Syndrome by Todd Pawlicki; Arno J Mundt