Anaphylactic reaction to the first dose of subcutaneous methotrexate in JIA: a case report and literature review

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Results A 13-years old adolescent girl diagnosed with polyarticular JIA (RF +/ANA-/HLA-B27-) received the first dose of subcutaneous methotrexate in our Day Care centre due to refractoriness to NSAIDs. While she was leaving the building after 10 minutes of medication she developed urticaria, angioedema, shortness of breath and hypoxia (O2 saturation of 85… (More)

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