By Todd Pawlicki; Arno J Mundt
First outlined in 1975, touch urticaria syndrome (CUS) is a gaggle of inflammatory reactions of the outside. those reactions, that are particularly universal, frequently look inside mins of touch with a variety of ingredients. touch Urticaria Syndrome discusses reactions brought on by chemical compounds, animal items, antibiotics, cosmetics, and plenty of different fabrics. Chapters written through best specialists within the box overview medical displays, causative brokers, pathophysiology, method of overview, and checking out technique . This logically dependent textual content offers simply available info and lines quite a few precis tables. certain concerns resembling adolescence atopic dermatitis, protein touch dermatitis, paronychia, and the oral hypersensitivity syndrome are addressed besides
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A) Contact wheals and angioedema appeared immediately after contact with mango fruit. Two days after, the deep swelling evolved into desquamation and a crusted epidermis. (b) Positive occlusive patch test with mango fruit; a positive prick by prick was also observed. 24 Contact Urticaria Syndrome after 4–5 hours.  The time course and intensity of CoU lesions differ depending on the nature of the eliciting agent. This variability may also be due to differences in the reactivity of the cells, which secrete the vasoactive amines or the sensitivity of the target tissue to the mediators or chemical released.
Stages 1 and 2 show cutaneous symptoms. Stage 1 includes flare reactions, wheals, and eczema as well as symptoms such as itching, tingling, or burning sensations. When CoU is present, it shows as itchy wheals that are usually strictly limited to contact areas and that disappear within a few hours without residual lesions. PCD typically affects the hands (especially the fingertips) and sometimes extends to the wrists and arms. Chronic paronychia with redness and swelling of the proximal nail fold after handling food  and natural rubber latex (NRL)  can also be observed in PCD.
Two days after, the deep swelling evolved into desquamation and a crusted epidermis. (b) Positive occlusive patch test with mango fruit; a positive prick by prick was also observed. 24 Contact Urticaria Syndrome after 4–5 hours.  The time course and intensity of CoU lesions differ depending on the nature of the eliciting agent. This variability may also be due to differences in the reactivity of the cells, which secrete the vasoactive amines or the sensitivity of the target tissue to the mediators or chemical released.