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Genetic mutation induces vibratory urticaria in affected families
“We identified a novel missense variant in ADGRE2 as the basis of autosomal dominant vibratory urticaria, a clinical and pathophysiological entity that is distinct from dermatographism and other physical urticarias,” Steven E.
Chronic hives (urticaria) and penicillin allergy have a strong association: Study
Chronic hives (urticaria) and penicillin allergy have a strong association, according to research. The study found that those living with a penicillin allergy are three times more likely to suffer from chronic hives, compared to the general population.
Chronic Urticaria Or Hives – Pipeline Review, H2 2015
Accredited Case-Based Chronic Urticaria CME Available for Free on epgonline.org
Chronic urticaria is thought to affect up to 1% of the population at any given time, with two-thirds of the cases thought to be spontaneous or idiopathic1. The lifetime prevalence of this condition is thought to be between 0.6 and 1.
Connection between chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) and parasite infections
Hives Connection between chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) and parasite infections (PI) has been found through analysis. The association has been suggested for more than 65 years, but the latest exhaustive review revealed parasite infections in CSU.

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