Neurogenic inflammation and sensitivity to environmental chemicals.

  title={Neurogenic inflammation and sensitivity to environmental chemicals.},
  author={William Joel Meggs},
  journal={Environmental Health Perspectives},
  pages={234 - 238}
Neurogenic inflammation as a pathway distinct from antigen-driven, immune-mediated inflammation may play a pivotal role in understanding a broad class of environmental health problems resulting from chemical exposures. Recent progress in understanding the mediators, triggers, and regulation of neurogenic inflammation is reviewed. Evidence for and speculations about a role for neurogenic inflammation in established disorders such as asthma, rhinitis, contact dermatitis, migraine headache, and… CONTINUE READING