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Cold, cholinergic and aquagenic urticaria in children: presentation of three cases and review of the literature

Cold, cholinergic and aquagenic urticaria in children: presentation of three cases and review of the literature

Turkish Journal of Pediatrics 55(1): 94-98

Urticaria can be induced with a wide variety of environmental stimuli, such as cold, pressure, vibration, sunlight, exercise, temperature changes, heat, and water. Urticaria caused by physical factors has been reported as the cause of 6-17% of the chronic urticaria in children. We present three cases here - cholinergic, cold and aquagenic urticaria - in which the diagnosis was proven with exercise, ice-cube and water provocation tests, respectively.

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