ACUTE ANNULAR URTICARIA IN A CHILD

Aaron Yon, Dayse Fernandes, Michelle Pike, Jodi Newcombe, Colin Michie

Abstract


Urticarial skin rashes have a range of causes, the most common of which is atopy.  We present a case of a widespread diffuse urticarial rash related to a lower respiratory tract infection; a case of an annular urticarial hypersensitivity syndrome.


Keywords


Pneumonia, Urticarial Rash, Annular urticarial hypersensitivity syndrome.

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