BACKGROUND: Vibratory angioedema (VA) is a subtype of chronic inducible urticaria that manifests with erythematous wheals or angioedema after skin exposure to vibration. Because the condition is rare, the available information is limited. OBJECTIVE: To systematically...
BACKGROUND: Symptomatic dermographism (SD), the most common form of chronic inducible urticaria, presents with transient wheals accompanied by itching in response to scratching. Little is known about available treatment options and their efficacy in SD. OBJECTIVE: To...
BACKGROUND: Delayed pressure urticaria (DPU) is characterized by recurrent erythematous and often painful swelling after the skin is exposed to sustained pressure. Treatment is challenging. Antihistamines, the first-line and only approved treatment, are often not...
Background: Several treatment options for cold urticaria (ColdU) have been studied and reported, but systematic reviews and meta-analyses are limited. Objectives: We sought to meta-analyze and review the efficacy and safety of ColdU treatments. Methods: We followed...
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