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Urtikaria pp 89-94 | Cite as

Cholinergische Urtikaria

  • T. Zuberbier
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Zusammenfassung

Das charakteristische Erscheinungsbild der cholinergischen Urtikaria sind stecknadelkopfgroße Urticae auf erythematösem Grund, die nach kurzzeitiger Erhöhung der Körperkerntemperatur auftreten (Jorizzo 1987; Casale et al. 1986; Hirschmann et al. 1987).

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