H1 and H2 Receptors in the Skin: Role in Chronic Urticaria
A general review of urticaria is given with emphasis upon the classification, etiology and causative mechanisms of urticaria. Treatment modalities are then introduced for the various types of urticaria. Finally, a comprehensive discussion is presented concerning the role of H1 and H2 antagonists in the treatment of urticaria and a comparison is made between the various H1 and H2 antagonists currently available for therapy.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Chicago Medical School, North Chicago, Illinois
Publication date: 01 September 1984
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