Modern approaches to research and treatment of chronic idiophatic urticaria

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ketevan Ukleba
Irene Agnus


As is known, the 21-st century is the century of allergies. Chronik Idiopathic urticaria is an important pathology among allergic diseases. The pathology has no direct cause and last for six weeks or more. It’s also called chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU).Chronic hives are itchy, raised red bumps or welts ,that appear on skin at least twice per week.These welts also called wheals.
Hives ( urticaria) and angioedema ( swelling) can occur together. Hives are raised red bumps or splotches on skin. Angioedema may occur in deep layers of tissue. This swelling can affect face, lips, throat, hand, feet and genitals.

Published: Nov 30, 2023

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Biodiversity and biomedical ecology