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Allergic vasculitis

Introduction: Allergic vasculitis

Description of Allergic vasculitis

Allergic vasculitis: Inflammation of skin blood vessels caused by an allergen. Symptoms may include itching, malaise, fever and skin disorders such as the presence of papules, vesicles, blisters, urticaria or small ulcers.

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