Cholinergic Urticaria

This patient complained to me that she gets rashes when she comes walking to the clinic in the morning. Today she showed me the lesions, numerous small (1-4 mm in diameter) pruritic wheals with surrounding flares. Lesions used to subside in 30 minutes. A diagnosis of cholinergic urticaria was made. Posted by Picasa

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Bell Eapen

AI, machine learning & digital health consultant at SkinHelpDesk
Techie Dermatologist, Information Systems PhD, Supporter of Open-Source Software, Machine Learning and AI geek,loves cricket, Canadian wine and beer. [Resume]
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  1. Severe cholinergic urticaria successfully treated with scopolamine butylbromide in addition to antihistamines.

    H. Ujiie, T. Shimizu, K. Natsuga, K. Arita, K. Tomizawa, H. Shimizu

    Clin Exp. Dermatol

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