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Urtikaria pp 53-87 | Cite as

Physikalische Urtikaria

  • B. M. Henz
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Zusammenfassung

Die physikalischen Urtikariaformen umfassen lokalisiert oder generalisiert auftretende urtikarielle Reaktionen der Haut oder Schleimhäute auf definierte physikalische Reize. Die Ursache für diese Überreaktion auf sonst tolerierte Reize ist unbekannt. In den meisten Fällen konnte eine Mastzelldegranulation, in einigen Sonderformen sogar eine IgE-abhängige Sensibilisierung nachgewiesen werden. Eine genetische Prädisposition oder assoziierte Krankheiten können ursächlich bzw. auslösend sein.

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