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Urticarial Vasculitis

What is Urticarial Vasculitis ?

An inflammation of the blood cells under the skin. Leaving bruising and possible swelling after an outbreak of urticarial.

 

An inflammation of the blood cells under the skin. Leaving bruising and possible swelling after an outbreak of urticarial.
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Most cases of urticarial vasculitis idiopathic meaning unknown.
Hives Breathing difficulty Chronic urticarial vasculitis Chronic hypocomplementemia Joint pain Arthritis Inflammation of uvea of the eye Episcleritis Recurrent abdominal pain Venulitis of dermid Glomerulonephritis Blood in urine Excess protein in urine
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many differnt types of meds may be tried. Prednisone Dapsone Hydroxyzine Neo clarityn
Prognosis of Urticarial Vasculitis has not been added yet.
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Trying to find other people with this illness Created by bettyboop31
Last updated 9 Jul 2009, 09:02 PM

Posted by iguanaamy428
9 Jul 2009, 09:02 PM

hello. i do not have this illness, but http://www.inspire.com/groups/rare-disease/journal/huvs-hypocomplementemic-urticarial-vasculitis/ they do. also this had a lot of great information http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1085087-overview let me know if i can help

Posted by bettyboop31
6 Jul 2009, 05:13 PM

I have been suffering from this illness for nearly 8 months now and i am desprate to fing othr people that have ths ilness.

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