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Contact Urticaria Syndrome

Contact urticaria syndrome (CUS) represents a heterogeneous group of inflammatory reactions that appear, usually within a few minutes to an hour, after contact with the eliciting substance. Clinically, erythematous wheal-and-flare reactions are seen, and sensations of burning, stinging, or itching are experienced. These are transient, usually disappearing within a few hours. In its more severe forms, generalized urticaria or extracutaneous manifestations, such as asthma, nausea, abdominal cramps, and even anaphylactic shock, may occur. Diagnosis may be achieved by a variety of skin tests the open test is the simplest of these and is the ''first-line'' test. Nonimmunological Contact Urticaria -a Nonimmunological contact urticaria (NICU), which occurs without prior sensitization, is

Immunological Contact Urticaria

Immunological contact urticaria (ICU) are immediate (Type I) allergic reactions in people who have previously been sensitized to the causative agent. ICU is IgE mediated and is more common in atopic individuals. Food substances are common causes of ICU. 2 This term is a neologism for consumers' feelings about their intolerance to a variety of topical agents, be it topical medicaments or cosmetics and toiletries. Individuals present with very similar complaints, such as burning, stinging or itching sensations, on contact with certain cosmetic products that most people do not seem to react to, sometimes accompanied by slight erythema or edema. They frequently complain of a ''tight feeling'' in their skin, secondary to associated dry skin. Sensitive skin describes the phenotype noted by the consumer mechanisms include sensory irritation, suberythematous irritation, acute and cumulative irritation, contact urticaria, allergic contact dermatitis, as well as photoal-lergic and phototoxic...

Angioedema

Angioedema is an uncommon and usually self-limited swelling of the deep dermis. It can, however, be complicated by potentially serious adverse consequences, including death. Although IgE-mediated mechanisms are not the major cause of angioedema, they are among the few that can be clearly identified, and thus this topic will be discussed here. Angioedema occurs together with urticaria approximately 85 of the time in 15 of instances, it occurs alone. Angioedema (Fig. 1) is the abrupt and transient swelling of the skin, mucous membranes, or both, including the upper respiratory and intestinal epithelial linings (11). In some cases, angioedema and urticaria should be viewed as varying manifestations of the same pathologic process, and they are common components of anaphylactic reactions. Angioedema involves the reticular dermis and subcutaneous or submucosal tissue, particularly of acral areas, while urticaria involves the papillary dermis and mid-dermis throughout the body. The depth of...

Answers To Patients Frequently Asked Questions

Albizia is a traditional Ayurvedic medicine used to reduce allergic conditions, such as allergic rhinitis and urticaria. It is also used for atopic conditions, such as eczema and asthma, when indicated. Controlled trials have not been conducted, so it is uncertain whether it is effective. When will it start to work

Cosmetic Percutaneous Absorption And Toxicity

When the site of application was occluded, the percutaneous absorption doubled to 13.3 . Occlusion is a covering of the application site, either intentionally, as with a piece of plastic taped over the dosing site during experimentation, or unintentionally, as by putting on clothing after applying a cosmetic. The percutaneous absorption of cinnamic anthranilate was 26.1 of the applied dose, and this increased to 39.0 when the site of application was occluded. The percutaneous absorption of cinnamic alcohol with occlusion was 62.7 , and that of cinnamic acid with occlusion was 83.9 of the applied dose. Cinnamic acid and cinnamic aldehyde are agents that elicit contact urticaria 14 , and cinnamic aldehyde is positive for both Draize and maximization methods 15,16 .

Erythropoietic Protoporphyria And Photosensitivity

Studies in bacteria, animals and humans have demonstrated that carotenoid pigments can prevent or lessen photosensitivity by endogenous photosensitisers, such as chlorophyll or porphyrins, as well as by exogenous photosensitisers (Mathews-Roth 1993) and high doses of beta-carotene (between 180 and 300 mg day) have been used to effectively prevent or lessen photosensitivity in most patients with erythropoietic protoporphyria and in some patients with other photosensitivity diseases such as solar urticaria, hydroa aestivale, porphyria cutanea tarda, actinic reticuloid (Mathews-Roth 1986, 1987, 1990, Mathews-Roth et al 1977).

Other Skin Lesions Associated with Heparin Treatment

Urticaria and Other Miscellaneous Lesions. Other dermatological consequences of heparin treatment do not appear to be related to HIT. These range from common lesions (ecchymosis) to rare effects of intravenous heparin, such as vasculitis (Jones and Epstein, 1987) and cutaneous necrosis with hemorrhagic bullae (Kelly et al., 1981). Some patients have developed widespread urticarial lesions, sometimes accompanied by angioedema, during treatment with subcutaneous or intravenous heparin (Odeh and Oliven, 1992 Patriarca et al., 1994). In one patient skin testing suggested a generalized reaction against the preservative chlorbutol (Dux et al., 1981). Although LMWH injections were claimed to have caused distal extremity dermal lesions in a patient with HIT (Payne and Kovacs, 2003), it is possible these were related to concomitant warfarin therapy.

Clinical Manifestations

Skin reactions include urticaria, with itching and circumscribed red lesions, and contact dermatitis.33 Typically localized lesions appear quickly on the skin exposed to allergen, such as the face, neck, and arms, but skin reactions can be more generalized.48 Anaphylactic reactions are a rare manifestation of LAA that have been reported in association with both rat and mouse bites2,35 and a puncture wound from a needle used on a rabbit.36 These reactions can lead to generalized itching and urticaria, swelling of the face, lips, and tongue (angioedema), obstruction of the airways, and shock (low blood pressure). The symptoms may vary from mild skin rashes to life-threatening cardiorespiratory reactions.

Adverse Reactions

A number of adverse reactions are reported for topical application, including systemic toxicity in a 6-year-old girl, and urticaria, contact dermatitis and skin irritation in other cases (Darben 1988). However, when considering the risks of topical application of eucalyptus oil the state of the skin must be considered as well as the individual's susceptibility to atopic conditions such as eczema and asthma. Allergic reactions to lozenges have also been reported anecdotally. Inhalations may irritate the eyes and mucus membranes.

Schistosomiasis bilharzia

The first clinical sign is a local skin reaction at the site of penetration of the parasite (it then invades liver, bowel and bladder). This site is known as 'swimmer's itch'. Within a week or so there is a generalised allergic response usually with fever, malaise, myalgia and urticaria. A gastroenteritis-like syndrome can occur (nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea) and respiratory symptoms, particularly cough. Clinical findings, such as trypanosomiasis, include lymphadenopathy and hepatosplenomegaly. The infestation is caused by parasite organisms (schistosomes) whose eggs are passed in human excreta, which contaminates watercourses (notably stagnant water) and irrigation channels in Egypt, other parts of Africa, South America, some parts of South-East Asia and China. Freshwater snails are the carriers (vectors).

Biodemographic Research

Honeybees provide multiple, practical advantages over other models in biodemographic research worker cohorts are readily obtainable and maintainable in large numbers from either genetically homogeneous or heterogeneous sources (Laidlaw and Page, 1997). Honeybee workers return to their hive daily as long as they live. Thus, their activity and lifespan can be directly monitored in observation hives without disturbance and under seminatural conditions.

Enalapril Enalaprilat Vasotec

Metabolite (enalaprilat) renal and fecal elimination. Contraindications idiopathic or hereditary angioedema, bilateral renal artery stenosis, primary hyperaldosteronism, pregnancy. Adverse effects causes increased serum potassium, increased renal blood flow volume-responsive hypotension can cause angioedema, blood dyscrasia, cough, lithium toxicity, worsening of renal impairment subsequent doses are additive. Comments dosing needs to be adjusted in renal and hepatic impairment.

The Nature Of Cosmetic Allergens Fragrance Ingredients

Other less frequent adverse reactions to fragrances are photocontact dermatitis, contact urticaria, irritation, and pigmentation disorders 17 . With regard to ''active'' or category-specific ingredients, in contrast to de Groot 3 we found an increase of the number of reactions to oxidative hair dyes (PPD and related compounds) during the period 1991-1996 compared with the period 1985-1990 12,13 . According to one cosmetic manufacturer (personal communication, L'Or al, 1997), the use of such hair dyes has more than doubled in recent years. However, the replacement since 1987 of PPD-hydrochloride by PPD-base a more appropriate screening agent for PPD-allergy may also have influenced the incidence 30 . They are important causes of professional dermatitis in hairdressers, who also often react to allergens in bleaches (persulfates, also causes of contact urticaria), permanent-wave solutions (primarily glycer-ylmonothioglycolate, which may provoke cross-sensitivity to...

Acute Systemic Reactions Following Intravenous Bolus Heparin

The clinical features of postheparin bolus ASR are not typical of IgE-mediated anaphylaxis (i.e., urticaria, angioedema, and hypotension are not seen). Rather, the syndrome resembles febrile transfusion reactions commonly observed after platelet transfusions, suggesting a common pathogenesis of proinflammatory cytokines associated with cellular activation (Heddle et al., 1994). Moreover, there are

Allergic rhinosinusitis

The diagnosis of allergic rhinosinusitis is based first upon clinical presentation. Thus, the presence of itchy watery eyes, sneezing, palatal itching, clear watery rhinorrhea, and sinus facial pressure suggest this disorder. In addition, the presence of other allergic manifestations such as asthma, eczema, or urticaria angioedema, and a family history of atopic disorders, provide further support. Exacerbation of symptoms during specific seasons of the year (spring trees, late spring to early summer grasses, and fall weeds and molds), or with certain exposures (e.g., cat), is additional evidence of an allergic etiology. Physical examination may be relatively unremarkable or may reveal pale and swollen nasal mucosa, sometimes described as a bluish discoloration, enlarged turbinates, and copious nasal secretions. Profound erythema of the mucosa and or the presence of purulent nasal discharge should suggest other diagnoses or the presence of complications of underlying allergic disease....

Aspirin nsaid hypersensitivity

Three manifestations of sensitivity to NSAIDs are of importance to the head and neck. They include urticaria angioedema, anaphylaxis, and rhinoconjunctivitis asthma. These appear to occur separately, and, in most instances, cross-reaction with other drugs in the class is common. By definition, NSAID hypersensitivity is present in patients who react adversely to the administration of this class of drug. It was originally described by Widal as a symptom complex of aspirin sensitivity, asthma, and nasal polyposis, and is now known to be associated with chronic pansinusitis and tissue and peripheral blood eosinophilia. Another group of patients react to the ingestion of these drugs with acute urticaria angioedema, or, more controversially, with exacerbation of underlying urticaria angioedema. Finally, a small group of patients have immediate anaphylactic reactions to the ingestion of this class of drug. Only in the latter group does selectivity for a particular agent within the class...

HAART Influence on skin and mucocutaneous diseases

Drug eruptions have many clinical patterns including macular or maculopapular exanthemas, follicular eruptions, urticaria, and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN), to name a few. Severe, sometimes life-threatening reactions such as Stevens-Johnson-syndrome or TEN were mainly reported in patients on combination therapy with zidovudine, didanosin, nevirapine, indinavir or amprenavir. In 86 of these patients, the drug eruptions occurred within the first 4 weeks of treatment (Rotunda 2003). Instead of discontinuing therapy, less severe drug eruptions without mucosal involvement, blistering, or constitutional symptoms (apart from pruritis), may be treated with antihistamines and corticosteroids. This is especially important for patients, whose choice of antiretroviral combination drugs is already limited by drug resistance or severe side effects such as hematotoxicity or polyneuritis. Patients who are treated through drug eruptions must be monitored frequently. Corticosteroid treatment should...

Atopic dermatitis OMIM 603165

Atopic dermatitis (AD) is a clinical syndrome characterized by an itchy rash with a variety of morphological cutaneous features that change with age, in association with a positive family history and concomitant presence of other atopic diseases (atopic asthma, hay fever, and occasionally urticaria) (Williams, 1997). The atopic immunological state is characterized by a propensity to develop type 1 IgE mediated responses in response to certain antigens, but the cutaneous immuno-pathology of atopic dermatitis is characterized by the presence of a T cell and inflammatory cell infiltrate resembling the pattern seen in type IV hypersensitivity reactions (rather than the type 1-like response seen in urticaria). The onset of the rash is typically in early life, peaking at age four years and tending to improve with age, although a large proportion of subjects may develop other forms of eczema later in life (Williams, 1997). Drawing the boundary between mild atopic dermatitis and normality is...

Allergic Reactions And Other Toxicities

Acute allergic reactions to a number of cytotoxic agents used in the treatment of germ cell tumors have been documented these agents include bleomycin,60 paclitaxel,72-74 and (rarely) carboplatin or cisplatin.57,76 These can manifest as minor reactions such as flushing and rashes or as more severe symptoms such as urticaria, periorbital edema, bronchospasm, and hypotension. In the majority of cases, the hypersensi-tivity syndromes can be treated with corticosteroids and antihistamines, and the patient can be rechal-lenged after pretreatment with these medications.7476 Hypersensitivity reactions are so common during treatment with paclitaxel (up to 30 of patients) that patients are routinely treated prophylactically with corticosteroids, cimetidine, and antihistamines.46

Nonneoplastic Conditions

Persistent diffuse swellings of the oral mucosa are much rarer and most represent vascular anomalies (such as haemangioma or lymphangioma) present since birth. Causes of intermittent diffuse swelling of the oral mucosa are orofacial granulomatosis (sometimes a manifestation of Crohn's disease) or angioedema, a selective deficiency of components of the complement system.

Measure of Quality of Life Quantitative Approach

A quantitative approach for measuring QoL in HS was performed 2 . Questionnaires widely used in other skin diseases such as the Dermatology Life Quality Index (DLQI) questionnaire, Skindex and VQ-Dermato 1, 4, 5 were chosen. This approach allows a direct comparison of the results with those from previous studies on other skin diseases. We will discuss two studies, one already published and our unpublished data 2 . In both studies, in addition to this questionnaire, basic demographic data and aspects of the history of HS were collected 114 patients participated in the first one 2 and 61 in the second. In the study of der Werth and Jemec 2 the recorded mean DLQI score was 8.9, higher than scores found in several other dermatological conditions such as alopecia, acne, psoriasis, Hailey-Hailey disease, vascular anomalies of face, and atopic dermatitis. In our center (unpublished data) using two other skin-disease-specific QoL questionnaires (Skindex and VQ-Dermato) 1, 5 , the scores...

Medicolegal Forms With Legal Analysis P-47

Related Terms Familial amyloidosis (multiple forms, including familial Mediterranean fever and familial amyloid nephropathy with urticaria and deafness hereditary cerebral angiopathies) idiopathic or primary amyloidosis (AL protein) (1) localized or isolated amyloidosis (amyloid in islets of Langerhans and insulinoma congophil cerebral angiopathy * isolated atrial amyloid medullary carcinoma of thyroid) reactive or secondary amyloidosis (AA protein) systemic senile amyloidosis.

Evaluation Of Itching Response

Yosipovitch 24 , studying the effects of drugs on C fibers during experimentally induced itch, showed that topically applied aspirin rapidly decreases histamine-induced itch. This result can be attributed to the role that prostaglandines play in pain and itch sensation 25 . Localized itching, burning, and stinging can also be a feature of nonimmu-nological contact urticaria. This condition, still not completely defined, is characterized by a local wheal and flare after exposure of the skin to certain agents. Different combinations of mediators such as non-antibody-mediated release of histamine, prostaglandins, leukotriens, substance P, and other inflammatory mediators may likely be involved in the pathogenesis of this disorder 26 . The fact that prostaglandins and leukotriens may play a role in the inflammatory response is supported by the inhibition of the common urticants by both oral acetylsalicylic acid and indomethacin and by topical diclofenac and naproxen gel 1 . Several...

Anticoagulation During Cardiopulmonary Bypass

Protamine sulphate is a simple protein and is a strong base in characteristics, as against heparin which is acid. Therefore, it forms electrostatic complexes with the molecules of heparin and neutralises its action by inhibition of anti-thrombin III. It acts on all stages of the coagulation cascade. Protamine is extracted from a fish sperm and can show cross-immunity by giving a hypersensitivity reaction in patients who are allergic to fish protein. Protamine can also, by the same mechanism, give rise to allergic reactions in those who have a history of testicular trauma or procedures like vasectomy, in which there is a breach in the blood-sperm barrier. Patients, who are on protamine containing insulin preparations (PZI, NPH insulin), can also elicit strong reactions to protamine. Apart from minor reactions like skin rash, nausea, and lassitude it can give rise to some major reactions like hypotension, hypertension, bradycardia, and severe bronchospasm. Urticaria with severe...

Drug Allergies

Often a patient reports expected side effects of analgesics as allergies. Opioid analgesic drug allergies are often less accurate than those of other medications. Patients also frequently report nausea and vomiting as drug allergies instead of expected untoward analgesic effects. There is very little evidence in the literature that true anaphylactic-type reactions occur with opioids. Most of the reported adverse events are because of symptoms (e.g., hypotension, itching, hives, and rash) associated with histamine release from the opioids (87-92). Other opioid-related adverse effects (e.g., nausea and vomiting) are linked to the chemotrigger zone stimulation by the opioids (28,93-96) (see Table 1). These symptoms can be managed with antihistamine-antiemetics (Table 2), and hypotension can be managed with appropriate fluids and opioid dosage and route adjustments. Therefore, it is important to obtain a thorough drug allergy history with specific details of the reactions. Early planning...

Respiratory

The symptoms of rhinoconjunctivitis and urticaria are a nuisance. Unless they are effectively managed, they may make it difficult for the affected persons to continue to work with the animals to which they are allergic. If the affected persons cease to be significantly exposed to the allergen, then symptoms will not reappear. However, subjects who have developed sensitivity to one type of fur animal are at increased risk to develop allergies to others. In a study of 100 subjects diagnosed with occupational asthma and followed up after a mean 5.8 years after ceasing exposure, significantly more subjects had developed symptoms against other animals.51

Honeybee Husbandry

Honeybee colonies are normally accommodated in standard commercial hive bodies, and a host of literature for laypersons and experts exists on the practical aspects of keeping honeybees (for more information see Atkins et al., 1975 Laidlaw and Page, 1997). They can also easily be kept in hives or in sheltered milieus designed for specific research purposes, allowing for experimental manipulations or efficient censusing under seminatural conditions. Bees can be kept in indoor observation hives with access to the outside to facilitate behavioral observations and accurate censuses (for a discussion see Frisch, 1967). These hives can be designed to various sizes, but they require intense management. Egg-collection hives (Aase et al., 2005) consist of a single-frame hive body with two aluminum frames that hold 6 Jenter frame modules (Karl Jenter, Nurtingen, Germany). This design allows the collection and introduction of eggs and larvae by simple extraction and insertion of individual cell...

Captopril Capoten

Clearance hepatic metabolism 95 renal excreted. Adverse effects may cause rash, proteinuria, neutropenis, cough, angioedema, hyperkalemia, hypotension, diminution of taste, bronchospasm. Comments use caution in collagen vascular disease avoid in pregnant patients exaggerated response in renal artery stenosis and with diuretics.

Allergic Reactions

Lepirudin administration during prospective studies in patients with HIT was associated with a low incidence of allergic events, as well as during the much larger clinical trials in patients with ACS. Among the adverse events reported were eczema, rash, pruritus, hot flushes, fever, chills, urticaria, bronchospasm, cough, stridor, dyspnea, angioedema (face, tongue, larynx), and injection-site reactions. Any causal relationship of lepirudin to these adverse events is unclear.

RHuSCF

The adverse event profile associated with r-metHuSCF was first defined in two small phase 1 clinical trials investigating its utility in patients with cancer receiving chemotherapy (29,30). When administered to 17 patients with nonsmall-cell lung cancer in incremental doses of 10, 25, and 50 g kg d before the administration of chemotherapy, a specific pattern of adverse events emerged. At the lowest dose level, adverse events were limited to the injection site. At dose levels > 10 g kg d, adverse events occurred as multisystem systemic reactions. Dose-related mild-to-moderate reactions occurred in all patients at all dose levels and included edema, urticaria, erythema, and pruritus. These reactions, mild to severe, as well as angioedema and der-matographia, occurred at distant cutaneous sites. Cough, throat tightness, sore throat, dyspepsia, and hypotension were transient and did not result in patient withdrawal from the study (29). In another phase 1 trial of identical design,...

Sulfadiazine

Side effects very frequently allergies with pruritus, fever and urticaria, often treatment-limiting. Rare Stevens-Johnson syndrome. Gastrointestinal complaints such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. Renal problems with renal failure, crystalluria, nephrolithiasis in up to 7 . Anemia, leukopenia, thrombocytopenia. Elevated liver enzymes.

Stinging Test

Ing this screening procedure, 20 of the subjects exposed to 5 lactic acid in a hot, humid environment were found to develop a stinging response 5 . Lammintausta et al. confirmed these observations 22 . In this study, 18 of subjects were identified as stingers. In addition, stingers were found to develop stronger reactions to materials causing nonimmunological contact urticaria, to have increased values of TEWL and increased blood-flow velocimetry values after application of an irritant under patch test.

Garlic Allergy

Allergic reactions to garlic have also been reported in the literature. Garlic allergy can manifest as occupational asthma, contact dermatitis, urticaria, angioedema, rhinitis, and diarrhea. A 35-year-old woman experienced several episodes of urticaria and angioedema associated with ingestion of raw or cooked garlic, as well as urticaria from touching garlic. Two garlic extracts as well as fresh garlic produced a 4+ reaction on skin prick tests (SPTs) in this patient, but no other food allergens produced positive results. The patient's symptoms were immunoglobulin E (IgE)-mediated, but she also produced specific IgG, which confounded the results of IgE testing (90). A group of 12 garlic workers with respiratory symptoms associated with garlic exposure underwent SPTs using garlic powder in saline, commercial garlic extract, and various other possible allergens bronchial provocation tests with garlic powder oral challenge with garlic dust and specific IgE testing using the CAP (CAP...

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