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A clinical study occupies 140 pages and therapeutic considerations the remainder of the book. After a brief discussion of anaphylaxis and colloidoclasia, the various types of urticaria are considered: alimentary, medicamentous, parasitic, psychogenic, from effort, from heat and from cold. The collateral factors in the production of urticaria, such as abnormalities of the nervous system, the endocrine glands, acidbase equilibrium of the blood, hepatic insufficiency, digestive ferments, infection and preexisting local lesions, are discussed. The portion on treatment includes methods to produce antianaphylaxis, specific desensitization, the treatment for the collateral abnormalities mentioned and empiric remedies.
Les phénomènes de choc dans l'urticaire. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1931;23(6):1205–1206. doi:10.1001/archderm.1931.03880240186025
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