The following Conditions are related to Wheals

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  • Erythema multiforme bullosum

    Erythema Multiforme Bullosum can range from mild to severe. The skin rash caused by erythema multiforme minor is typically caused by a modest disease. Mucous membranes may be severely affected by erythema multiforme major, which can be severe mucous membranes, and usually requires more intensive therapy.Risk factors for erythema multiforme bullosumThese are the risk factors involved to Erythema Multifor  Read More

  • Physical urticaria, cholinergic type

    The most common symptoms of physical urticaria are itching (pruritus) and hives consisting of red rings around white ridges (wheals). Sensitivity to cold is usually manifested by these eruptions on the skin, itching, and swelling under the skin (angioedema). These symptoms develop most typically after exposure to cold is terminated and during or after swimming or bathing. Contraction of the muscles around the bronchi (bronchospasm) and even hi  Read More

  • Urticaria, cholinergic

    If you’re experiencing CU, you may have: wheals (small, raised bumps on the skin) redness around the bumps itching These bumps typically develop within the first six minutes of exercise. Your symptoms may worsen for the next 12 to 25 minutes. Although wheals can appear on your body, they often begin on your chest and neck first. They may then spread out to other areas. These bump  Read More

  • Urticaria, papular

    Papular urticaria is an allergic reaction caused by insect bites, sensitivity to drugs, or other environmental causes.The risk of this disease is on 1-6-year-old children, Fleas and mosquito are the insects that are associated with this type of disease, and other insects also creates skin infections.As a result of this disease, large numbers of itchy red bumps come and disappear for a period of a month, si  Read More

  • Urticaria, physical

    Physical urticaria is a subtype of urticaria that is caused by an extrinsic physical stimulus rather than occurring naturally. There are 7 subcategories of diseases that are classified as distinct diseases. Physical urticaria is considered to be unpleasant, itchy, and physically repulsive; it can last for months or years.Physical urticaria has no established aetiology, but it has been proposed that it is an autoimm  Read More