Background: The pathogenesis of chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) is stillinsufficiently understood. Recentfindings suggest that immunoglobulins, in particularIgE but also IgA, play a role in the development of CSU. Objective: Our aim was to assess differences in...
The identification of the causes of chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) is difficult. The recognition of functional autoantibodies against FcεRI and/or against IgE in some patients with CSU led to the concept of autoimmune etiology of the disease. Clinical and...
Chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) is a skin disease related to autoreactive IgE in at least a subgroup of patients. However, the nature of this autoreactive IgE remains poorly characterized. This investigation had three objectives: first, to quantity CSU...
An autoimmune subset of chronic spontaneous urticaria is increasingly being rec- ognized internationally, based on laboratory and clinical evidence that has accrued over the last 20 years. This evidence has been reviewed by a taskforce of the Dermatology section of...
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