Delayed hypersensitivity to tetrazepam

  title={Delayed hypersensitivity to tetrazepam},
  author={R. Blanco and M. Diez-Gomez and G. Gala and S. Quirce},
  • R. Blanco, M. Diez-Gomez, +1 author S. Quirce
  • Published 1997
  • Medicine
  • Allergy
  • air or washing hands with cold water (< 10°C) resulted in the rapid induction of urticarial lesions. After all three wasp stings, she had developed only a moderate local reaction to the sting. Treatment with ketotifen was begun without significant effect on the symptoms. Physical examination showed no abnormalities. The ice-cube test on the volar forearm was positive. All other laboratory tests performed to rule out an underlying factor, including CBC, ESR, CRP ANA, rheumatoid factor… CONTINUE READING
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