Chronic urticaria in myasthenia gravis patients - more than occasional coexistence?

@article{Rymarczyk2014ChronicUI,
  title={Chronic urticaria in myasthenia gravis patients - more than occasional coexistence?},
  author={Barbara Rymarczyk and Joanna M Gl{\"u}ck and Barbara K Rogala and Zenon K Brzoza},
  journal={Allergologia et immunopathologia},
  year={2014},
  volume={42 6},
  pages={
          626-7
        }
}
Chronic idiopathic urticaria (CIU) is characterised by transient cutaneous wheals occurring daily or almost daily for more than six weeks. The pathogenic mechanism of more than 65% of patients with CIU remains unknown.1 In these patients mast cell dysfunction or local activating factors should be taken into account.2 The coexistence of CIU with autoimmunity is relatively well proven.3 This phenomenon has mainly been connected with thyroid abnormality although other associations have also been… CONTINUE READING
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