Autologous Serum Injection In Chronic Urticarial.

Dhari Kettan Aouda Aladwan & Saja Mohammed Abbas.
Background: Chronic urticaria is usually diagnosed when wheals occur daily or almost daily associated with redness and itching for more than 42 days due to leak of fluid from blood vessels in the dermis, however, these symptoms often on and off. It is one of the demanding and bothersome therapeutic problems seen by dermatologist and it is classified according to the aggravating factors, among the aggravation factors are the autoantibody. The aim: To assess the...
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