ⓘ Aquagenic pruritus

                                     

ⓘ Aquagenic pruritus

Aquagenic pruritus is a skin condition characterized by the development of severe, intense, prickling-like epidermal itching without observable skin lesions and evoked by contact with water.

                                     
  • of aquagenic pruritus and characterized by a widespread burning pain that lasts 15 to 45 minutes after water exposure. Aquagenic pruritus Pruritus Skin
  • rule out other types of physical urticaria. Aquagenic urticaria should be distinguished from aquagenic pruritus in which brief contact with water evokes
  • where the skin becomes sensitive to contact with water, such as: Aquagenic pruritus Aquagenic urticaria The allergy is rare, only 1 in 200, 000, 000 have it
  • blaschkitis Aquadynia Aquagenic pruritus Biliary pruritus Cholestatic pruritus Drug - induced pruritus Hydroxyethyl starch - induced pruritus Lichen simplex chronicus
  • Drug - induced pruritus Hydroxyethyl starch - induced pruritus Senile pruritus Aquagenic pruritus Aquadynia Adult blaschkitis due to liver disease Biliary pruritus Cholestatic