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First defined in 1975, contact urticaria syndrome (CUS) is a group of inflammatory reactions of the skin. These reactions, which are fairly common, usually appear within minutes of contact with various substances. Contact Urticaria Syndrome discusses reactions caused by chemicals, animal products, antibiotics, cosmetics, and many other materials. Chapters written by leading experts in the field review clinical presentations, causative agents, pathophysiology, approach to evaluation, and testing methodology . This logically structured text provides easily accessible information and features numerous summary tables. Special issues such as childhood atopic dermatitis, protein contact dermatitis, paronychia, and the oral allergy syndrome are addressed as well
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