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ur·ti·car·i·a

 (ûr′tĭ-kâr′ē-ə)
n.
See hives.

[New Latin urticāria, from Latin urtica, nettle.]

ur′ti·car′i·al adj.
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urticaria

(ˌɜːtɪˈkɛərɪə)
n
(Pathology) a skin condition characterized by the formation of itchy red or whitish raised patches, usually caused by an allergy. Nontechnical names: hives or nettle rash
[C18: from New Latin, from Latin urtīca nettle]
ˌurtiˈcarial, ˌurtiˈcarious adj
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hives

(haɪvz)

n. (used with a sing. or pl. v.)
a transient eruption of large, itchy wheals on the skin usu. caused by an allergic reaction; urticaria.
[1490–1500; orig. Scots; of obscure orig.]
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Noun1.urticaria - an itchy skin eruption characterized by weals with pale interiors and well-defined red marginsurticaria - an itchy skin eruption characterized by weals with pale interiors and well-defined red margins; usually the result of an allergic response to insect bites or food or drugs
rash, roseola, skin rash, efflorescence - any red eruption of the skin
hypersensitivity reaction - an inappropriate and excessive reaction to an allergen (as pollen or dust or animal hair or certain foods); severity ranges from mild allergy to severe systemic reactions leading to anaphylactic shock
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Translations

urticaria

[ˌɜːtɪˈkɛərɪə] Nurticaria f
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ur·ti·car·i·a

n. urticaria, erupción cutánea gen. alérgica que se manifiesta con ronchas rosáceas, se acompaña de picazón intensa y puede producirse por un factor interno o externo;
___ pigment___ pigmentosa.
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urticaria

n urticaria
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Allergy Skin Test Market Outlook 2019 to 2023 is latest research on Global Allergy Skin Test Market research report analyzed: By Type (Prick, Intradermal, Patch), Indication (Allergy Rhinitis, Allergic Asthma, Drug Allergy, Anaphylaxis, Urticarial, Food Allergy), End User (Hospitals & Clinics, Diagnostic Centers) - Global Forecast till 2023
Here we report the case of a patient who developed perioperative anaphylactic shock caused by chlorhexidine 1 year after a postoperative urticarial reaction, which was not assumed to be significant at the time.
Antihistamines have emerged as an effective medication to manage allergies such as urticarial, conjunctivitis, and rhinitis.
It also demonstrated to be better tolerated and the safety profile was consistent with that observed in earlier studies in people with moderate to severe allergic asthma and chronic idiopathic urticarial. The co-primary endpoints of both studies were change from baseline in Nasal Polyp Score (NPS) and change from baseline in average daily Nasal Congestion Score (NCS) over 24 weeks.
showing prevention of skin lesions in topical lupus erythmatosis patients, (3) Faurschou et al.'s reporting the prevention of urticarial reactions in subjects with idiopathic solar urticarial, (4) and Fourtanier et al.'s work showing lower levels of polymorphous light eruption.
A significant number of patients present with allergic skin disorders including eczema and urticarial, their care is shared between the allergy and dermatology services.
* Prurigo pigmentosa is a benign, pruritic rash that most commonly presents with erythematous or hyperpigmented, symmetrically distributed urticarial papules and plaques on the chest and back.
Urticaria is marked by itchy wheals that vary in flare-type dermal reactions, distribution, number and size.1 Urticaria can be an acute (less than 6 weeks) or a chronic urticaria (more than 6 weeks).2 Chronic urticaria (CU) is either idiopathic chronic (55%) and autoimmune chronic (45%) without urticarial vasculitis and physical urticaria.
The itching caused by urticarial can be mild or severe.
All affected individuals experienced urticarial rashes during childhood before 1.5 years of age, which persisted throughout life.
Open tests on the inflamed skin showed a localized urticarial reaction (20 minutes) to the cream (as is) and to TCD 0.25% aq., along with a negative response to the vehicle of the allergen solution (water) as the negative control.