Schnitzler's syndrome: a broader clinical spectrum.


Schnitzler's syndrome is characterized by chronic urticaria, recurrent fever, bone pain, and lymphadenopathy in conjunction with a serum IgM M component in a concentration that is usually less than 10,000 mg/L. Complement activation and cryoprecipitation do not appear to be involved. We report two additional patients who share many of the characteristics of… (More)


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@article{Berdy1991SchnitzlersSA, title={Schnitzler's syndrome: a broader clinical spectrum.}, author={Susan S Berdy and Kasia J Bloch}, journal={The Journal of allergy and clinical immunology}, year={1991}, volume={87 4}, pages={849-54} }